Tamil Nadu 11th Model Question Papers, TN +1 Sample Papers, TN 11th class practice papers are the latest information are added in this article, from 2019 onwards class 11th/+1 are also conducts as public examination same as SSLC and HSE public exam. Upcoming batch students having an additional public exam before 12th/+2 exam commencement. After completion of SSLC exam of 2017th batch students are having 2 board exams of Class 11th/+1 and Class 12th/+2, get more related information by reading below article fully.
Education Minister Latest Announcement
Respected Tamil Nadu Education Minister Mr. KA Sengottaiyan has announced that upcoming higher secon dary first-year examination model papers are ready to release, within in a few days it will be published through the official website.
Model Question Papers
Students who can use the model papers and get prepare for further board exam of Higher Secondary first year board examination. Using the model papers, students who can get an idea about the exam questions in a subject wise and collect more information to get a pass on the board.
Remaining Subjects Model Papers will be Upload Shortly
Every student can get a trial exam using the model papers to increase the study strength in subject wise. students who should pass in the 11th board exam to enter to the 12th class exam in all stream, so students utilize the model papers to get qualified in the first year of higher secondary exam.
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- Equal marks are provided for both HSC first year (+1) exam 600 marks and HSC second year exam 600 marks.
- Totally 1200 marks for two years.
- The 10% aural & oral marks will be given for all subjects.
- The exam duration of 3 hours is reduced to 2.30 hours for all subjects.
- The minimum pass mark for each subject is 35%.