ICSE, ISC Exam 2021-Question Paper New Format : The date for the Semester 1 exam has also been announced by the ICSE and ISC boards. On the CISCE’s official website, cisce.org, the board has announced the dates for the ICSE and ISC Semester 1 exams for students in grades 10 and 12. For the first time this year, the board will administer the exam in two semesters beginning November 22.
Exams for the CISCE Board Term 1 will begin on November 22, 2021. The instructions for term-1 examinations have been announced by the CISCE. The ICSE Semester 1 examination will take place from November 29 to December 16, 2021. Simultaneously, the ISC Semester-2 test will begin on November 22 and end on December 20, 2021.
Candidates who will appear in the Term 1 examination for class 10 or class 12 must read the essential documents supplied by the council before taking the examination.
To begin, obtain your admit cards from the heads of their separate institutions prior to the semester 1 exam.
It is necessary to be at the exam centre 10 to 15 minutes prior to the planned exam start time.
After then, first and foremost, read all of the instructions on the question paper carefully.
ICSE, ISC Exam 2021 New Question Paper Format
The Council for the Indian School Certificate Examinations (CISCE) stated last month that the first-term board exams for classes 10 and 12 would be administered in an offline format.
Candidates will be given Question Paper – Cum – Answer Booklets to attempt their paper because the Semester 1 Examination is in the MCQ format.
Candidates will only be allowed to write on these booklets and turn them in to the invigilators at the conclusion of the test. Sheets for conducting preliminary work have been included in the question paper – cum – answer booklet for topics that involve calculations, diagrams, etc., such as Mathematics, Physics, Accounts, and so on.
For rough work, no additional or separate sheets of paper will be given. Below is an excerpt from the TOP – SHEET of the QUESTION PAPER-CUM-ANSWER BOOKLET, which includes the ‘Instructions to the applicants.’
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