HSC Routine 2019 PDF Download All Education Board. Higher Secondary Certificate (HSC) and equivalent examinations are going to start from 1st April 2019. On Sunday 24 February the Dhaka Education Board published the schedule of the examination.
According to the HSC schedule, the next test will be from April 1 to May 11. Between 12 and 21 May 2019, HSC practical Exam will be completed.
HSC Routine 2019 PDF Download All Education Board
Like every year, there will be a series of multiple Choose Question (MCQ) and later creative/stylistic (theoretical) tests. The morning examinations will be held from 10 am to 1 pm and in the afternoon the examination will be held from 2 am to 5 pm.
It has been said in the directive that the candidates will have to accept the seat after 30 minutes of the examination.
The HSC exams are going to start on April 1st, 2019. During the examination on Sunday (February 24th) the HSC Exam Routine 2019 was published by the Inter-Education Board Coordination Sub-Committee.
According to the schedule, the therapeutic examination will be held from 1st April to 11th May. The practical examination will be completed between 12 and 21 May 2019.
Instructions of the HSC equivalent test 2019: At the beginning of this year, many candidates will be examined in the MQQ and later on. During the 30-minute multidisciplinary test, 30 minutes and 70 number of creative exams are two and a half hours. There will be no breaks between MKQ and creative parts.
Examples of practical exams are 25 minutes for 25-minute exams and creative hours for two hours and 35 minutes.
Candidates can use simple calculators. However, no scientific calculator can be used. None other than the officer in charge of the examination centre can use the mobile phone.
Persons with vision impairments, Cerebral palsy, disabled people and those with disabilities will be able to take part in examinations. There will be an additional time of 20 minutes for such candidates and hearing-impaired students.
Candidates with special needs (with Autistic and Down Syndrome or Cerebral Palsy) will have 30 minutes of additional time and examination opportunities for parents or teachers or helpers to participate in the examination.
28 units, including law and order forces, will work to stop questioning. And you can call emergency services ‘999’ to provide information about the questionnaire.
The Dhaka Metropolitan Police (DMP) has banned the entry of the public without examining 200 yards of the examination centre.