Assam 12th Exams 2020 to Commence from Tomorrow; Know the Last Minute Preparation Tips

Assam 12th Exams 2020 to Commence from Tomorrow; Know the Last Minute Preparation Tips
Saumya.Srivastava | Feb 11, 2020 - 6:46 p.m. IST
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NEW DELHI: The Assam Higher Secondary Education Council will commence the Assam 12th exams 2020 from tomorrow i.e., February 12, 2020. The AHSEC 12th exams will be conducted in two shifts. The morning shift will be held from 9:00 A.M to 12 noon. The afternoon shift will start from 1:30 P.M and conclude on 4:30 P.M. Students will be given an extra 15 minutes time for reading the question paper. They can check the last minute preparation tips to avoid the anxiety and remain intact with their preparation.

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Last Minute Preparation Tips for Assam 12th Board Exams

Stay prepared: Students are advised to stay organised and keep all the important exam related things such a writing pad, stationery, etc in place. Keep the school uniform ready a night before the exam.

Don’t forget to carry the admit card: Students must not forget to carry an extra copy of the admit card as without the admit card no candidate will be allowed in the exam hall.

Utilize the 15 minutes effectively: Students must use the 15 minutes very wisely which is given before the commencement of exam to read the question paper.

Write the correct question number while answering: It is advised that students must stay attentive while answering the questions and write correct question numbers while answering.

Keep calm and stay relaxed: Do not get stressed as it’ll lead to last-minute hassle. Stay calm and attempt the questions which you know first. A positive attitude will help you to stay relaxed and attempt maximum questions.

Assam 12th exams will be concluded on March 14, 2020. Stay focused during the examination for better results. All the Best!

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