Maharashtra Board conducts School Leaving Certificate Examination (SSC) for Class 10 students, every year. Maharashtra State Board of Secondary and Higher Secondary Education (MSBSHSE) is responsible for setting the curriculum, time table, textbooks and more. Maharashtra SSC exams include subjects such as English, Social Science, Hindi, Marathi, Science and Mathematics. Around 1,700,000 students appear for Secondary School Certificate (SSC) exams.Latest: Maharashtra Class 10 exam which was scheduled on March 23, 2020, has been postponed. Revised date for the Social Science paper -II Geography will be released soon by the board.
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Past Dates and Events
21 Mar, 2020
Exam - Social sciences- paper-I (History and Political Science) | Mode: Offline
18 Mar, 2020
Exam - Science and technology part-II (72) | Mode: Offline
16 Mar, 2020
Exam - Science and technology (part I) (72) | Mode: Offline
Exam - Physiology Hygiene & Home Science (77) (for special needs (divyanga)- blind, deaf, spastics, autism & learning disabled etc. ) | Mode: Offline
14 Mar, 2020
Exam - Mathematics (71) paper-II (Geometry) | Mode: Offline
12 Mar, 2020
Exam - Mathematics part-1 - Algebra (71) & Arithmetic (76) (for special needs (divyanga)- blind, deaf, spastics, Autism & learning disabled etc.) | Mode: Offline
09 Mar, 2020
Exam - First language- English (03) | Mode: Offline
Exam - Third language- English (17) | Mode: Offline
07 Mar, 2020
Exam - Second or Third language- Urdu (18) Gujarati (19) Sanskrit (27) Pali (28) Ardhamagadhi (29) Persian (30) Arabic (31) Avesta (32) Pahalavi (33) Russian (36) | Mode: Offline
06 Mar, 2020
Exam - Second or Third language- Hindi (15) | Mode: Offline
Exam - Second or Third language (composite course)- Hindi (composite) (B) | Mode: Offline
04 Mar, 2020
Exam - Second or Third Language (Composite Course)- Marathi (Composite) (A) | Mode: Offline
Exam - Second or Third language- Marathi (16) Kannada (20) Tamil (21) Telugu (22) Malayalam (23) Sindhi (24) Bengali (25) Punjabi (26) | Mode: Offline
03 Mar, 2020
Exam - Second or Third language- German(34), French (35) | Mode: Offline
Exam - First language- Marathi (01), Hindi (02) Urdu(04) Gujarati (05) Kannada (06) Tamil (07) Telugu (08) Malayalam (09) Sindhi (10) Bengali (11) Punjabi (12) | Mode: Offline
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Before filling the application for Maharashtra SSC board exams, students should follow the below-given eligibility criteria.
Mode of Application : Online and Offline
Mode of Payment : Bank Challan | Other
Students can submit the Maharashtra SSC 2020 application forms in both online and offline.
Maharashtra SSC 2020 exam preparation tips include study methodology keeping the following 5 basic principles in mind:
Maintain regularity: The candidates must maintain regularity in attendance of class in the school. Regularity in school will help candidates to comprehensively understand a topic in the school. In case of any doubt in any topic, candidates must clear their doubts by appropriately interacting with their teachers.
Full-fledged preparation: The candidates should revise the lessons taught in class every day with strict regularity. Following this practice will help the candidate to thoroughly understand and remember concepts from the various chapters in the long run. Multiple revisions are always recommended for scoring well in the exam.
Practice: The candidates must ensure that sufficient practice and re-reading is carried out in order to comprehensively understand and remember the subject matter. Making notes is a beneficial practice methodology and speeds up the learning process. Candidates should also practice through mock question papers to pinpoint areas of study which need further attention.
Clarity: The candidates must devote a proper amount of time to every subject and ensure that the concepts of all chapters are clear. Book recommendations can be sought out from teachers to further ensure clarity of the subject matter.
Health: The candidates should sleep and eat well. Ensuring physical soundness is integral for proper preparation for the exam.
The Maharashtra SSC 2020 exam pattern comprises 5 compulsory subjects:
Another language paper is available in different language options including Marathi. The minimum percentage of marks required is 35% to obtain a pass result.
In Mathematics and Science, the total marks are 150 each and a candidate is required to obtain at least 52 marks in each subject in order to obtain a pass result in the subject.
The remaining subject exams are of 100 marks each and the candidate requires at least 35 marks to obtain a pass result.
Students can practice from the Maharashtra SSC question papers or sample papers to know the exam pattern well. They will also learn time management for the actual exam day. By practising previous years questions candidates will know the typology of questions and difficulty level of the exam which will increase candidate's confidence over the exams.
Maharashtra State Board of Secondary and Higher Secondary Education (MSBSHSE) will release the Maharashtra SSC Board admit card 2020 online in February 2020. Regular students can also collect the admit cards from their respective schools. The admit card could be downloaded from a link available on the official website using application number.
Maharashtra Board SSC result will be released in the first week of June 2020. Last year, the result was declared online on June 8, 2019 at 1 pm.
In order to obtain a pass status in the Maharashtra SSC 2020 exam, the candidate must achieve a minimum percentage of 35% which is considered equivalent to a grade 'C'.
Students who fail in one or two subjects can appear for SSC supplementary exams from July 17 to July 30, 2020 (tentatively). The result for the same will be announced in the last week of August 2020.
Yes , it is. According to the best of five scheme for SSC board, Maharashtra candidate can choose five best subjects among the six. The candidates can choose five subjects from these six subjects- English, Mathematics, Science,Marathi,Social Science, Hindi.
Yes there is nothing like it i important. Best of 5 is take on merit. So even if you have less marks in Marathi and rest 5 subjects are greater than that, then its acceptable. Your Marathi marks would be eliminated out of the best of 5. So do not worry. And try to give your best as much as you can.
Best wishes. Thankyou.
Yes , it is.
According to the best of five scheme for SSC board , Maharashtra candidate can choose five best subjects among the six which they can appear for the examination.
Candidate cab choose five subjects from these 6 subjects : English , Marathi , Hindi , Mathematics , Social Science and Science.
Hope it helps :)
Firstly i would like to tell you is Believe in yourself.
Next is that if you have option of changing your stream now I would recommend you to figure out in which stream you are interested in and than further talking it out with your parents.
If you are interested in science stream and as off now you are not able to cope up . I would like to suggest you to be regular with your study.Keep trying.
make a schedule for yourself , allocate time to each and every subject you have.
you can start with the topic you like first this will motivate you for studying further topics.
ALL THE BEST.
Hello dear student,
Your 10th marksheet is usually considered everywhere. So if there is no mistake in your class 10th marksheet and you want to get it evaluated or get it corrected. So give the details of your class 10th marksheet. I hope this was helpful for you
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