By | 03 Jan 2023 at 12:08 AM
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UP Board 2023: Uttar Pradesh Secondary Education Council (UPMSP) Exam Date 2023 will be announced soon. Lakhs of students preparing to take the UP Board Exam 2023 are eagerly awaiting the release of the datesheet. Students can expect the UP Board 2023 exam date to be released soon after the CBSE datesheet 2023 is released.

After the release of the UP Board Time Table 2023 PDF, it will be available on the UPMSP official website at Check out the UPMSP Class 10th and 12th expected dates and other important updates below.

Date of the examination

The UP Board Time Table 2023 is expected to be published in the first week of January 2023. The UP Board Datesheet 2023 PDF will include the UP Board exam dates for grades 10 and 12. The PDF datesheet will be available on the official website. The exam is scheduled to take place on various dates between April and May of 2023. Candidates are advised to check the official website frequently for the most recent updates.

The UP Board Exam Date 2023 for Class 10th has not yet been announced. The exam is scheduled to take place in April 2023. UPMSP will issue a PDF Date Sheet listing all of the subjects.

Paper Sample

UP Board Class 12th and Class 10th Sample Papers are now available for subjects such as English, Math, Hindi, and others. Candidates can prepare for the UP Board Exam 2023 by downloading sample papers and practising them.

More than 55 lakh students have registered for the UP Board’s 10th and 12th examinations in 2023, the most ever. This year, more girls have registered for the Class 10 board exams than in the previous five years. According to UP Board data, a total of 31,28,318 students have registered for the high school examination, while a total of 27,50,130 students have registered for the intermediate examination.


  • Step 1: Go to the official website,
  • Step 2: From the home page, select the ‘datesheet link’.
  • Step 3: The datesheet will now be displayed in PDF format in front of you.
  • Step 4: Download it.
  • Step 5: Print the page for future reference.

The exam pattern will be different this year. The exam questions will be divided into two sections: multiple choice and subjective. About 30% of the question paper, or the first section of 20 marks, will be multiple choice questions that candidates must answer on the OMR sheet. Subjective questions will be included in the second section, which will consist of 70% questions for 50% marks.