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Maharashtra SSC Geography 2023: The final paper of Maharashtra SSC board exam is the Social Science Part-II paper, or more popularly referred to as the Geography subject. It will be conducted on Saturday, March 25, 2023. Similarly as that of history, it will also be conducted for 40 marks and two hours duration. Obtain below the previous years’ papers, last-minute tips, and the most important chapters as per their official weightage distribution.
Maharashtra Class 10 Geography Sample Paper 2023Click on the links given below to download Maharashtra 10th physics board question paper for the respective year:
|Year||PDF Download Link|
|2023 (English Medium)||Question Bank|
|March 2022||Click Here|
|2021||No exam due to pandemic|
|July 2020||Click Here|
|March 2019||Click Here|
|March 2018||Click Here|
|March 2017||Click Here|
|July 2017||Click Here|
Maharashtra Class 10 Geography 2023: Most Important TopicsMaharashtra SSC Geography 2023 most important chapters based on their official weightage distribution are listed here:
- Population (5 marks | 8 marks with options)
- Human Settlements (5 marks | 8 marks with options)
- Tourism, Transport, and Communication (5 marks | 8 marks with options)
- Natural Vegetation and Wildlife (5 marks | 7 marks with options)
Maharashtra Class 10 Geography 2023: Last Minute TipsThe most important quick tips which will improve your performance in the paper at these last days are given here:
- Study the map and graph questions. Two map-based question of 4 marks each and a graph-based question of 6 marks will be asked in the paper.
- Go through and perfectly revise all the textbook questions. The direct questions in the paper will be asked from the textbook only.
- Especially practice the ‘answer in one sentence’ questions (which will be asked for 4 marks) and ‘give reasons’ questions (which will be asked for 6 marks) from the textbook.
- For long-answer questions (only two are to be answered), go through the previous years’ papers and note down the repeated questions or the repeated topics from which the questions are asked. Thus, you can prepare a few chapters and questions well to be able to score these 8 marks as well.
- Similarly, previous papers can also help you prepare better for the objective-type questions.
- Answer the questions in bullet points instead of long paragraphs, specifically for long answer questions and give reasons.