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Wednesday, 1 January 2014

CBSE Proficiency Test 2014 - 2015 Online Registration, Last Date Sample Papers

CBSE has extended the date of online registration for Proficiency Test and now according to new circular, last date is 31st Jan 2014.
Applicants who didn’t make any request yet, have a time to apply with details of their academic session. And online application form is available on given link. Students can join optional proficiency test for Math, Science, History and all CBSE subjects. CBSE had been started the program since 2011 to make student more thankful than before.

Why CBSE Proficiency Test?
CBSE started it to give the authority to students so that they could be able to know their performance and after completing the examination, they get score card which make them confident and give them a feeling to qualify the Board Examination. Every year, CBSE conducts the examination online and anyone who are the students under CBSE Board, can make fill up form. CBSE improvement Exam Form Notification

CBSE Proficiency Test Time Table 2014 important dates:
14 April, 2014
15 April, 2014
16 April, 2014
17 April, 2014
Social Science
18 April, 2014

All examination will be conducted on CBSE listed Schools and aspirants can appear in more than single examination, it depends on their choices.  CBSE 10th and 12th Class date sheet 2014 - Details

Application Fee details:
 Students who decided to join only:
Single exam: Rs 300/-
Two Subjects: Rs 400/-
3 Subjects: Rs 500/-
4 Subjects: Rs 600/-

Exam paper duration and Pattern:
CBSE will provide you OMR sheet and the question paper (each of 100 Marks) and time duration is decided to have 2 hour and 30 min as per exam pattern. And also, negative marking is also applicable for each wrong choice that you’ll be made in OMR Sheet for questions.
Note: Read the latest circular from CBSE

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