Matric Date Sheet 2014
Matric Date Sheet 2014
There are total nine educational boards in Punjab Province to control and regulate the Secondary School and Intermediate level education. Like every year, this year too, all of these 9 boards will commence the matric exams, together, on same dates, and will declare the result together, on the same date on their respective official websites.
As per official news from Board of intermediate & secondary Education Rawalpindi. This year the annual examination of matric will commence this year under the aegis of Rawalpindi Board from March 03, 2014. While as per sources the 9th class board examinations will begin from March 19. Board has issued the date sheet in a press release to the general public.
According to this date sheet, the ten class papers will start on 3rd March with the paper of English, then Chemistry on March 06, Biology and Computer on March 08, Mathematics on March 10, Physics on March 12, Islamiyat on 13, Urdu on 15 and Pak Studies will be the last paper on March 17.
After this the papers of SSc Part 1 (9th class) will begin from March 19. The first paper of 9th Class will be English, then Biology and Computer on March 22, Mathematics on March 24, Chemistry on March 26, Pakistan Studies on March 28, Islamiyat on March 29. Physics on March 31 and last paper of 9th class will be Urdu, which will be conducted on April, 02, 2014. After the completion of these examinations, the practicals will start from the mid of April. This is all information official, issued by the board of Intermediate & Secondary Education Rawalpindi.
So finally the wait of many students is over, as the board has issued the date sheet of Matriculation final examination. Now students must be excited, and will prepare well for their exams. I have a quick tip from my own pocket for the students of practical. Now a days, students really need to prepare well all the book for exams. Don’t left the short, questions unprepared at the end of Exercises, because most of the times, many short questions in objective part comes from their. In addition of preparing text books, a student must practice to solve the past papers, which will give him enough idea, how tough the final examination will be.
All these tips to prepare well are just my own views, if any body disagree with them, then it is your right. So let me know, what do you think, how candidates should study for the exams, especially board exams. Do you have any master plan. If yes, then share with us in the below comment box. We wish best of luck to all the students who are appearing this year in Board Examinations. Stay tuned for more updates.