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Maharashtra SSC History 2023: The first of the social sciences paper is History and Political Science. It is to be conducted this coming Thursday, March 23, 2023. It is a two-hour, 40-mark paper that will commence at 11 AM. As history is a complex and vast subject, appropriate revision of the same is necessary. Find here the previous years’ board question papers from 2022 to 2017, the most important topics list as per their weightage, and the last-minute important revision tips.
Maharashtra Class 10 History Sample Paper 2023
Click 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|
|2023 (Marathi 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 History 2023: Most Important TopicsThere are many chapters in social science part-I that carry the equal weightage of 3 marks in history, which is also the minimum weightage. Only one chapter given below has a weightage of 4 marks in history. For political science, a weightage of 3 marks is the highest. Based on this weightage distribution, Maharashtra SSC History and Political Science 2023 most important chapters are listed here:
- History of Indian Arts (4 marks)
- Working of the Constitution (3 marks)
- The Electoral Process (3 marks)
Maharashtra Class 10 History 2023: Last Minute TipsThe most important quick tips which will improve your performance in the paper at these last days are given here:
- Revise all textbook questions. Most of the paper, or even the complete paper, might be based on these questions.
- Ensure to practice the previous years’ question papers. When it comes to history, there are many questions which are repeated throughout the years and are likely to be asked this year too. Prepare these questions/sub-topics well so that you do not lose marks therein.
- Go through all the major definitions, especially for political science.
- Make sure you remember all the dates and appropriate spellings of names, places, and more.
- Do note that at least one point per mark is to be stated in your answers. If you are writing two points for a three-mark question, you will be awarded two marks only.
- Also remember to answer in bullet format instead of a long paragraph. The invigilators prefer sorted and direct answers instead of going through the entire long paragraph.