UP Board Exam 2023 Datesheet Update: When and Where to Check 10th, 12th Timetable?
UP board exams 2023 datesheet soon at upmsp.edu.in (Representative image)
UP board exams 2023: The timetable will be released for all streams including arts, science and commerce soon at upmsp.edu.in, however, the board is yet to announce the exact date.
The Uttar Pradesh Board of Secondary Education (UPMSP) will release the UP board class 10th and 12th exam datesheet soon at the official website at upsmp.edu.in. The timetable will be released for all streams including arts, science and commerce soon, however, the board is yet to announce the exact date.
More than 58 lakh students have registered for the UP board 10th and 12th exams 2023, which is the highest-ever. In this session, maximum number of girls have registered for the 10th board examination when to compared to last five years. According to the data released by the UP Board, a total of 31,28,318 students have registered in high school whereas a total of 27,50,130 students have registered for the intermediate examination.
UP Board Exam 2023 Datesheet: How to Download
Step 1- Go to the official website of UPMSP
Step 2- On the home page of the website, click on the datesheet link
Step 3- The timetable will be displayed on the screen in PDF format
Step 4- Check the time table and keep a hard copy for future use.
The datesheet of UP board exam 2023 will carry information about subject name, exam date and time/shift. The UP board had earlier stated that the final exams for 2023 will be held in offline mode in March. Before board exams, schools have been asked to hold pre-boards in January and half-yearly exams based on syllabus taught till September. As per the schedule, the pre-boards will be held from February 1 to 15 for both classes 10 and 12.
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The exam pattern will be different this year. The question papers will be divided into two parts — multiple choice questions and subjective questions. Around, 30 percent of the question paper, or the first section of 20 marks will consist multiple choice questions, which candidates must answer on the OMR sheet. The second section, which will have 70 per cent or 50 marks, will comprise descriptive questions, which are to be answered on the traditional copy as before.
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