CBSE Class 10th Admit Card: CBSE will release the admit card for class 10th board examination 2020-2021. The CBSE board examination for class 10th is expected to start at the end of February. This is a very crucial time for the students of class 10th for the preparation. The exams are just around the corner, students must start making the exam strategy.
The CBSE will release Admit Card on its official website. The date of the release of the admit card will be updated once announced by the official authority. The registered candidates can download their Class 10th Admit Card by entering their User ID and Password.
Students can also collect their Hall Tickets from school authorities. The CBSE Schools have the authority to download the admit cards of their students and they will be provided with the unique ID and Password for the same.
CBSE Class 10th Admit card 2020-2021
Name of the Examination
Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE)
Admit Card Release Date
Procedure to Download CBSE Class 10th Admit card 2020-21
The step-wise procedure to download the Admit card for class 10th board examination is as follows:
Step 1: Visit the CBSE official website www.cbsc.nic.in
Step 2: A link “Admit Card for Private Candidate-Main Examination 2020” will appear on the screen, click on it.
Step 3: There you will get options to open the admit card by entering your application number or previous year roll no. and the year or your name.
Step 4: If you choose to open the admit card by entering your name, you need to enter your mother and father’s name as well.
Step 5: Click on the “Proceed” button.
Step 6: You can see the admit card on the screen. You can download and print it.
Information Mentioned on your Admit Card
- Hall Ticket Number of the Student
- Full Name
- Father’s and Mother’s Name
- Photograph of the student
- Signature of the student
- Thumb Impression of the student
- Gender of the student
- Academic Year
- Age details and Date of Birth
- Identification Mark of the Student
- Name of the Examination Centre
- Examination Hall Code
- Examination center Address
- Name of the subject and its code
- Examination Date and Day
- Duration of Examination
- Name of the school of the student
- Instructions for the students.
In case of any mistake in your details on the Admit card, inform your school authority as early as possible.
Students must have at least 75% attendance in the school. Students who have less than 75% of attendance will not be able to download the admit card and hence, will not be able to sit in the examination. Students must present the legal justification for the shortage of attendance at the school.
Preparation strategy for the students
As the exams are coming, the stress also increases. Some students are good at certain subjects while weak at other subjects. This is the time to prepare the proper preparation strategy in order to prepare equally for all the subjects. Here are some tips you must follow while preparing for your class 10th CBSE Board Examination:
1. Make a proper Time-Table
The very first thing you must do before starting your preparation is making a time-table and following it strictly. Make a time table according to your daily schedule and give time to all the activities including study and games etc.
2. Understand your weak and strong subjects
You have the syllabus, analyze it, and point out your weak and strong subjects. Polish your strong subject as they can be very scoring and work on your weak subjects to avoid unnecessary mistakes.
3. Make notes
Make notes of whatever you study. This will help you to have a quick revision. Make notes using flow charts, headings, sub-headings, tables to make them easy to understand.
4. Attempt previous year question papers
Once you are done with the study part. Now it’s the time to check how much you know. Attempt the previous year’s question papers for self-analyses of your study. This way you will also come to know the important questions that usually repeat every year and exam pattern.
5. Take mock test series
Mock test series are prepared by examination experts. You must attempt these series in order to get familiar with the examination environment and stress. The mock test eases your tension during the actual examination. It helps you to understand the syllabus, exam pattern, and marking scheme.
Revise whatever you have studied again and again so that everything gets feed into your mind.
7. Take short breaks
Many students study continuously for long hours, but it is wasteful. No need to study for 5-6 hours in a single sitting. Take 15-30 minutes of break after every 2 hours. This will help to fresh-up the mind and study effectively.
8. Eat healthy
Staying fit and healthy is very important if you want to study well. Make it a point to start eating healthy foods to avoid last-minute sickness.