9th Class Date Sheet FBISE 2023
Islamabad: The Federal Board of Intermediate and Secondary Education (FBISE) has released the date sheet for class 9 exams. According to the date sheet, the exams will commence from Thursday 27th Apr 2023 to 22nd May 2023.
The exams will be conducted in the morning shift from 9:00 am to 12:00 pm and 2:00 pm to 5:00 pm in evening shift. The duration of each exam will be 3 hours.
The class 9 exams are an important milestone for students as they are the first board exams they will appear for. Hence, students are advised to start their preparations early and make a study plan accordingly.
The FBISE has provided some important instructions for students appearing for the class 9 exams. They have been advised to reach the exam centre well before time 08:30AM/01:30PM (Morning/Evening) time and carry their class 9th date sheet and necessary stationery items. Students are also not allowed to carry any electronic gadgets or mobile phones inside the exam hall.
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The FBISE class 9 exams will be based on the syllabus prescribed by the board for the academic year 2022-23. The exams will cover all the subjects including Mathematics, Science, English, Urdu, and Islamiyat.
The FBISE has urged the students to stay calm and not panic during the exams. Students are advised to read the questions carefully and attempt the questions they are most confident about first. They should also manage their time effectively.
Parents and teachers are requested to extend their full support and cooperation to the students during this crucial time. The FBISE has assured that all necessary measures will be taken to ensure fair and transparent exams for all the students
i. In abroad institutions, the papers will start in accordance with the synchronized time already notified.
ii. The numeric field after the name of subject/paper represents the subject/paper code.
iii. Practical Examination shall commence with effect from Tuesday 23rd May, 2023.
iv. Mobile Phone & Smart Watch etc. are strictly prohibited in the Examination Centre.