The Board of Secondary and Higher Secondary Education has recently announced the routine for the SSC exam 2023. The exam will begin on April 30 and will continue till May 23. This year, the exam will be conducted in all subjects and candidates will have to follow certain instructions to appear in the exam. Let’s take a closer look at the SSC Exam Routine 2023.
SSC Routine 2023
The SSC exam is one of the most important exams for students in Bangladesh. It is the first step towards higher education and a bright future. The exam is conducted every year by the Board of Secondary and Higher Secondary Education. This year, the exam will be held from April 30 to May 23.
As per the routine, the SSC exam will be held from 10 am to 1 pm every day. The exam will begin with Bengali first paper on the opening day, followed by Bengali second paper on May 2, English first paper on May 3, English second paper on May 7, Mathematics on May 9, Information and Communication Technology on May 10, Religious Education exam on May 11, Physics on May 14, Domestic Science on May 15, Chemistry on May 16, Geography and Environment on May 17, Biology on May 18, Science on May 21, Accountancy on May 22 and Bangladesh and World Identity on May 23.
SSC Exam Routine 2023 PDF
SSC Exam 2023
The exam will be conducted in all subjects and will be of normal time or three hours in each subject. Creative and Impersonal Questions (MCQs) will remain as before. Candidates will have to take their seats in the examination hall 30 minutes before the commencement of the examination. The exam should be taken as per the time mentioned in the question paper.
The exam will be divided into two parts. First, the Multiple Choice test will be conducted and then the Creative or Essay (Theory) test will be conducted. There will be no break between the two tests. Candidates should collect their admit card from their respective institution head at least three days before the commencement of examination.
The marks obtained through continuous evaluation as per the guidelines of NCTB for physical education, health science and sports, and career education subjects will be provided by the educational institutions to the concerned center. The concerned center will send the marks obtained in the continuous assessment along with the practical test marks online on the board website.
Candidates have to fill the circle in the OMR form of their respective answer sheet by writing his exam roll number, registration number, subject code etc. appropriately. Under no circumstances should the answer sheet be folded. Candidates have to pass creative or compositional (theoretical), multiple choice and practical sections separately.
Every candidate can participate in the examination only in the subjects mentioned in the registration card. Under no circumstances will he appear in the examination in a different subject. The examination of a candidate will not be held in his own school or institution. Seats should be arranged through transfer of candidates.
Candidates can use general scientific calculator in the exam. No other person or candidate can bring or use mobile phones in the examination center except the center secretary. The same admit card should be used for appearing in creative or compositional (theoretical), multiple choice, and practical tests. The practical test will be held at the respective center or venue.
Application for revaluation can be made through SMS within seven days of publication of exam results. This is an important feature for students who believe that they have not received the marks they deserve.
Usually, the SSC exam was held in early February and HSC exam in early April. But due to the corona infection situation, the entire curriculum has been messed up since March 2020. It may take until next year for the exam to normalize. Therefore, students are advised to prepare well for the exam and follow all the instructions given by the Board of Secondary and Higher Secondary Education. Candidates should also take care of their health and well-being while preparing for the exam.
In conclusion, the SSC exam routine for 2023 has been announced and students have ample time to prepare for the exam. The exam will be conducted in all subjects and candidates should follow the instructions given by the Board of Secondary and Higher Secondary Education to avoid any confusion. Students should stay focused, prepare well, and give their best to achieve good results. We wish all the candidates the best of luck for their upcoming SSC exams.