The duration of the examinations will be the same for both the old and new paper patterns, but the timetables will be issued separately. The March 2008 exam will be the last chance for repeater candidates appearing for the SSC and HSC exams as per the old paper pattern.
For the subjects of English (third language) and Mathematics, a multiple question paper set will be given, with a 30 per cent difference between the textbook-based questions of each set.
Repeater candidates appearing for science and social studies will be evaluated according to the new paper pattern out of 100 marks instead of the earlier 150 marks. However, in the results, their marks will be calculated as of 150 marks, as was the practice in the previous year.
Result of SSC and HSC Exam All over in Maharashtra Board 78.91 per cent for this year
This year, about 16 lakh students across the state and 2,90,276 in the Mumbai division tookthe exam. While last year's bright results were because of the 30 grace marks in maths, thisyear's sparkle owes it to the new syllabus with 20 marks in each subject for internalassessments with oral exams and projects.
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