MSBSHSE launches online preparation portal for JEE, NEET, MH-CET

Sakal Times
Friday, 23 February 2018

Pune: The Maharashtra State Board of Secondary and Higher Secondary Education (MSBSHSE) has launched the 'Online Preparation Portal' for students preparing for competitive examinations after Std XII. 

The question banks are available for physics, chemistry, biology and mathematics based on Std XI and XII syllabus and are in multiple-choice formats. 

The question banks have been uploaded by the board to help the students who are appearing for MH-CET, JEE and NEET examinations. 

Pune: The Maharashtra State Board of Secondary and Higher Secondary Education (MSBSHSE) has launched the 'Online Preparation Portal' for students preparing for competitive examinations after Std XII. 

The question banks are available for physics, chemistry, biology and mathematics based on Std XI and XII syllabus and are in multiple-choice formats. 

The question banks have been uploaded by the board to help the students who are appearing for MH-CET, JEE and NEET examinations. 

The portal has been started on the website www.mcqpractice.mh-hsc.ac.in. 

To access the portal, the students need to register online and create a password. Then, the portal can be used with the help of students' mobile number and the created password. 

In the beginning, each student will be able to solve 25 questions every day in each subject. Eventually, the number of questions that can be solved every day will be increased. 

The portal has a continuous evaluation system, thus the students will know whether their answers are correct or not, and they will be able to see the right answers. The students will be able to monitor their daily performance on the portal. 

The process for creation of the portal began a couple of months ago, and the questions have been formed by the professors and teachers teaching at various institutes. After the questions were scrutinised by the subject experts, they were uploaded to the portal. 

The portal comes with a disclaimer from the board that the questions are only meant for practice and preparation, and students should not expect the same in the examination. 

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