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Now, online practice test for SSC students
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Published on 7 Feb. 2011 11:23 PM IST
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The Maharashtra Knowledge Corporation Limited (MKCL) has launched a website that offers online practice test to the secondary school certificate (SSC, Std X) students to help them prepare for the impending March 2011 examination conducted by the Maharashtra state board for secondary and higher secondary education.
The MKCL is a registered public limited company promoted by the state department of higher and technical education with a view to create new paradigm in education and development through universalisation and integration of information technology (IT) in teaching, learning and educational management processes in particular and the socio-economic transformative processes in general.
The new website - mkcl.org/ssctest - offers practice test for students studying in English, Marathi and semi-English medium schools affiliated to the state board. Among other things, it offers preparatory questions in science, mathematics, history and all other subjects that are part of the board exam.
Students can also secure alternative answers to each of the query and check out their performance in terms of marks scored for the test in a given subject. This would enable them to improve upon the score by bridging the scoring gaps and be adequately prepared for the bigger test ahead i.e., the board exam, a release issued by the MKCL stated here on Saturday.
All that a student, desirous of taking the online practice test, is required to do is to approach the nearest MS-CIT centre set up by the MKCL and register his/her name for the test. The facility is available at the 5,000 MS-CIT centres established by the MKCL across the state.
Students can also log on to mkcl.org/mscit or call 9326552525 for further details.

 
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