Kerala Plus One Improvement Time Table 2020 – Directorate of Higher Secondary Education (DHSE) released a revised Kerala Plus one improvement time table 2020 online at dhsekerala.gov.in. Students who applied for the improvement exam can appear for the exams from September 22 to 24, 2020. As per the time table released online, the supplementary exam is going to be held in two shifts. First shift will commence at 10 am, while the second shift will start at 2 pm. Students must appear for the exam as per the schedule mentioned on Kerala +1 improvement time table 2020. You can check more details on Kerala plus one improvement time table 2020 from this page below.
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Kerala Plus One Improvement Time Table 2020
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Only those candidates who submitted their Kerala plus one improvement exam before the last date by paying the required amount of fee will be eligible to appear for the improvement exam. Students can check the complete time table for Kerala Plus one improvement exam 2020 from below:
Download here: Click here to download Kerala Plus one Improvement time table 2020.
How to Download Kerala +1 Improvement Time Table 2020?
The improvement exam time table is released by online mode only. Hence, to download it, you may follow the instructions as provided below:
Step 1: Click on the direct link on this page to download the improvement time table.
Step 2: After this, the time table pdf will appear on the screen.
Step 3: Check the exam schedule and you may also download the pdf for further reference.
Details Available on Kerala class 11 Improvement Time Table 2020
The time table consists of some important information for the improvement exam. The same can be checked by the students from below:
- Date of Examination
- Day of Examination
- List of Subject
- Time Schedule
- Part- I, II, III
How to Prepare for Kerala Pus One Improvement Exam 2020?
The compartment exam is the second chance given to the students to pass the class 11th with minimum qualifying marks. Hence, it is advised to the students to not leave any stone unturned. In the section below, we have provided some preparation tips which you can follow to prepare well for the exams.
- It is better that you prepare a study plan for preparing for the exam. This will help you be in discipline and complete the syllabus before the exam.
- You have already completed the syllabus while preparing for the main exam, therefore, for the supplementary exam, you need to focus on topics which you left during preparation.
- See what mistakes you did in the previous exam and do not repeat them again.
- Solve past year question papers and sample papers as much as you can.
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