Maharashtra HSC Board 2022: Result (Declared), Time Table, Hall Ticket, Syllabus, Pattern, Question Papers

Maharashtra High School Certificate 2022 ( Maharashtra HSC )

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Updated on Aug 2, 2022 15:17 IST

Maharashtra HSC Exam 2022: Maharashtra State Board of Secondary and Higher Secondary Education (MSBSHSE) has decided to postpone the supplementary exams for a few subjects after it clashed with MHT CET. The MSBSHSE has decided to postpone the dates of the HSC supplementary exams between August 6 and August 10.
The state board had declared the Maharashtra 12th result 2022 on June 8, 2022. The board officials have released the Maharashtra hsc result 2022 in a press meet at around 11:15 am.  In the result, 94.22% have passed Maharashtra State Board 12th Exams.

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Maharashtra State Education Board conducts the Maha HSC board exams every year. It sets the syllabus and paper pattern of HSC 2022. Students must follow the same and solve previous years' question papers to prepare well for the exams. The board has decided to follow the reduced Maharashtra HSC Syllabus this year too. The syllabus was reduced by 25% for the academic session 2020-21. Maharashtra HSC Result 2022 is expected to be out in June 2022 on the Maharashtra Board Official Website.

According to the qualifying mandates of the Maharashtra HSC Exams 2022 set by the Maharashtra HSC Board, students must score at least 35 per cent or above to pass the 12th board exams. The 35 per cent include marks secured in both practical and theory exams. In case, the student fails to secure 35 per cent, s/he has to appear for the Maharashtra HSC Supplementary exams in order to pass the Maharashtra HSC Exams 2022.

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Maharashtra HSC 2021-22: Overview

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Exam name

Maharashtra HSC exam 2022

Authority name

Maharashtra State Board of Secondary and Higher Secondary Education (MSBSHSE)

Exam Dates

4-Mar-2022 to 7-Apr-2022

Exam duration

3 hours for most of the exams

Number of students

Around 14.5 lakh

Maharashtra Board Official Website

www.mahahsscboard.in

12th result 2022 maharashtra board date

8-Jun-2022 (Declared)

Maharashtra HSC Result 2022

Maharashtra HSC Board has released the 12th result 2022 maharashtra board on June 8, 2022 in a press meet at around 11:15 am. The board will also release the HSC result 2022 Maharashtra board online on the official website at around 1 pm. The 12th result 2022 Maharashtra Board date has been announced officially. Students will be able to check their 12th result 2022 Maharashtra board using their roll number and mother's first name. They can also check their result using the SMS facility. Maharashtra HSC result 2022 provides the basic details of a student along with subject-wise marks details.

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Here's how to check Maharashtra HSC Result 2022

  • Visit the official website of the Maharashtra HSC result
  • Click on the link HSC March 2022 result
  • A new login page will appear
  • Enter roll number and mother's first name
  • Submit details
  • Maharashtra HSC result 2022 will open on the screen
  • Take a printout or screenshot of the same and keep it safe

If not satisfied with the result, students can apply for revaluation along with the requisite fee. HSC Supplementary exam will be conducted in June/July. The Supplementary result is expected to be declared in the last week of July 2022.

Maharashtra HSC Time Table 2022

Maharashtra HSC Board released the Maha HSC time table 2022 on December 21 on the official website. The exams were conducted between March 4 and April 7, 2022, in offline mode. The Maharashtra Board has rescheduled Maha HSC time table 2022 for second and third language papers. Exam for both papers was conducted on April 5 and April 7, respectively. The 12th Time Table 2022 Maharashtra Board has been announced for Science, Commerce & Arts streams on mahahsscboard.in. Maharashtra HSC board exam 2022 time table comprises the dates and time for the exam of all subjects. The Maharashtra HSC Board conducts the Maharashtra Board 12th exams in two shifts, morning (11 a.m-2 p.m.) and evening (3 p.m.- 6 p.m). The Maharashtra HSC time table 2022 should be referred to create a productive study schedule. Students must watch this space to stay updated for the release of Maharashtra 12th time table 2021-22.

Maharashtra HSC Syllabus 2022

This year, the Maharashtra State Board has decided to continue to reduce the Maha HSC syllabus 2022 by 25 per cent owing to the Covid-19 pandemic. The questions will be asked from the reduced syllabus. The Maharashtra HSC syllabus mentions the chapters and topics to be covered while preparing for examinations. It is important to know the complete syllabus as this ensures that students do not waste their time studying chapters not included in the preparation. Click to know the complete Maharashtra Board HSC syllabus 2022

Maharashtra HSC Exam Pattern 2022

Exam pattern mentions the marking scheme, duration of the exam, different types of questions asked in the exam, and much more. Familiarity with the exam pattern helps build a strategy for solving the question paper in a smart way. Students can also learn about the Maharashtra HSC exam pattern by solving the previous years' question papers. The paper pattern of HSC 2022 is different for the various papers. The exam is held in the offline mode and students have to answer very short, short, long and essay type questions. The questions are asked from the syllabus of Maharashtra HSC.

Each exam is held for 100 marks, wherein 80 marks are allotted to theory and 20 marks to practicals/oral/projects.
For subjects like Geology, Biology, Physics, Chemistry, agriculture science and technology and animal science and technology - 70 marks are allotted for theory exam and 30 marks are fixed for practical/oral/project.
Each student requires to attain 35% marks in each subject to clear the examination.

Maharashtra HSC Preparation 2022

Preparation tips for Maharashtra HSC help students score well in the examinations. While studying, they must make notes of the important points and formulas. These notes can be referred to every day for better retention. Solving previous years papers are also very helpful. Know more preparation tips for the Maharashtra HSC exams here.

  • Make a timetable in which there is a time slot for each subject 
  • Cover the entire syllabus. Do not leave out any topic for the exam. Consult teachers and expert faculty in case of any doubts
  • Each day, keep a separate time slot for the practice of sample papers and previous years’ question papers
  • While studying, make short notes. These come handy when one is revising what they have already studied.  This way, they do not have to go through the entire text again.
  • Do not overburden yourself. Take short breaks in between study time

Maharashtra HSC Result of Previous Year Statistics

  • The overall pass percentage last year was 9.63
  •  A total of 13,19,754 students had registered for the HSC exams in the state out of which evaluation report of 13,19,754 students were received by the Maharashtra state board. Of these 1314965 students were declared pass
  • The faculty-wise pass percentage stood at 99,45 for Science faculty, 99.83 in Arts, 99.91 in Commerce, and 98.80 in Vocational studies
  • Konkan region topped among the nine regions with 99.81% of the students passing Class 12. Aurangabad division had the lowest pass percentage at 99.34

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Maharashtra HSC Board Result 2021 Toppers

The list of Maharashtra 12th result toppers will be released along with the Maharashtra HSC result 2022. The Maharashtra state board did not release the merit list in 2020 and 2021 due to the pandemic situation. Below is the list of Maharashtra Board 12th Toppers for the year 2019:

  • Rank 1- Gawade Amol Dilip secured 642 out of the total 650 marks
  • Rank 2- Amit Kisan secured 639 out of 650
  • Rank 3- Chavan Dhanashri Eknath secured 637 out of 650
  • Rank 3- Sahu Ritika Ramnaresh secured 637 out of 650
  • Rank 3- Aditya Surendrakumar secured 637 out of 650

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Maharashtra HSC 2022 FAQs

Q: When will MSBSHSE conduct Maha Board 12th Exams 2022?
A: The Maharashtra Board Higher Secondary exams were held from March 4 till April 7, 2022, in pen and paper mode.

Q: When is the Maharashtra HSC 2022 result expected to be declared?

A: As per reports, the Maharashtra HSC 2022 result has been announced on June 8, 2022. The board has earlier revealed Maharashtra HSC result 2022 date.

Q: How many students register for Mah HSC exams every year?

A: The approximate number of test takers for the Maharashtra Board Higher Secondary exam is 4 lakh.

Q: What is the number of schools/institutes affiliated to the Maharashtra state board?

A: There are approximately 7,000 schools or institutes offering Higher Secondary education, which are affiliated to the MSBSHSE across nine divisions.

Q: What are the nine divisions of the MSBSHSE?

A: The nine divisions refer to the nine divisional boards of the Maharashtra Board. These nine divisions are as follows:
Amravati
Aurangabad
Kolhapur
Konkan
Latur
Mumbai
Nagpur
Nashik
Pune

Q: What is the mode of conducting the Maharashtra Higher Secondary exam?

A: The exam is conducted in paper-pencil based mode or offline mode.

Q: What is the difficulty level of the Maharashtra HSC exam?

A: The difficulty level of the MBHS exam varies paper to paper. According to experts, the overall difficulty level of the can be termed as moderate to tough. However, the difficulty level of the exam also depends on the preparation level of the candidates as well. A well-prepared candidate may find it easy to ace a supposedly tough paper and vice versa. 

Q: What are the streams subjects of Maharashtra HSC?

A: The Board offers subjects in four streams, namely, Arts, Science, Commerce and Minimum Competency Vocational Course (MCVC).

Q: What is the marking scheme and total marks of the Maharashtra HSC?

A: The total marks for each exam is 100, of which 80 marks is allotted for theory and 20 marks for practical. For subjects like Geology, Biology, Physics, Chemistry, Agriculture Science and Technology and Animal Science and Technology, 70 marks and 30 marks are allotted for theory and practical/oral/project respectively.

Q: What is the minimum percentage a candidate should score to pass the Maharashtra HSC exam?

A: Candidates should secure minimum 35% marks n each subject and aggregate in order to pass the Maharashtra HSC exam.

Q: What should be my focus after my Maharashtra HSC exam is over?

A: After the exam is over, candidates have to wait for the Maharashtra HSC result before planning the next step. Those who plan to appear for the entrance tests for the Bachelor’s degree, such as JEE Main, NEET, etc., should focus on the preparation. Once the result is declared, they have to apply to the various colleges based on their academic or career plans and college/course cut-offs.

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If I have less than 60 percent in class 12th after my Master abroad will I get a job as a fresher?

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Devyani Solanki

Contributor-Level 10

4 weeks ago

Honestly speaking the value if class 12th marks are upto the point you take admission in Undergraduate courses because they people ( college admission authorities) judge you on that basis. That's it. After taking admission in Undergraduate programme if you do well and score good and Masters also ...Honestly speaking the value if class 12th marks are upto the point you take admission in Undergraduate courses because they people ( college admission authorities) judge you on that basis. That's it. After taking admission in Undergraduate programme if you do well and score good and Masters also if you did well, then your past won't matter. Many companies sees what you have done or learnt during your college time. Its the skills that you will develop during that period will matters.

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I'm from Maharashtra Board. I gave My Board Exam in March 2022. Can I Skip July 2022 Improvement Exam and give Improvement Exam in March-23?

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Aakanksha Jaiman

Guide-Level 12

2 months ago

Hello Dear!
Yes, you can!
Rest, tap the link below to know more~
https://www.shiksha.com/boards/Maharashtra-hsc-board
Hope this help!
Thank you.

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