AISSEE 2023 Application Correction Window Open, Know How to Edit

National Testing Agency has opened the correction window for all India Sainik School Entrance Examination (AISSEE) 2023. Earlier, the correction window was scheduled to go live from December 2 to 6, but was later revised on the request of candidates seeking additional time for correction. AISSEE 2023 application form and changes in documents can now be done online at aissee.nta.nic.in. The last date to do so is December 11.

Sainik Schools admit students at class 6 and class 9 level on the basis of applicants’ performance in AISSEE. AISSEE 2023 exam is scheduled to be held on Sunday, January 8. To submit their application, candidates had time till 5 PM on December 5 and to pay the registration fee till 11:50 PM on the same day.

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“As per the requests of various candidates and with a view to enable larger participation, it has been decided to extend the last date for online submission of examination application forms,” ​​read the official notification by NTA.

AISSEE 2023 Application: How to edit the form

Step 1: Visit aissee.nta.nic.in. Official website of NTA

Step 2: On the homepage, click on the AISSEE 2023 Application Form option.

Step 3: Enter your credentials and view the application form.

Step 4: Make necessary corrections and changes in the application form and submit it.

Step 5: Download a copy of the updated application for future reference.

During the time when the correction window is open, candidates will be able to make corrections in their examination application form online. In case of any error while uploading the documents, applicants will also be able to replace the existing documents with suitable documents. The official website of NTA will soon provide more information regarding the exam and admit card.

The entrance exam for Class VI in Sainik School will be of 150 minutes. While the class 9 exam will be of 180 minutes. The exam will be conducted offline and will consist of multiple choice questions to be answered on the OMR sheet. Class 9 entrance exam will be in English only. While the Class 6 entrance exam will be held in 13 languages ​​including English, Hindi, Assamese, Bengali, Gujarati, Kannada, Malayalam, Marathi, Oriya, Punjabi, Tamil, Telugu and Urdu.

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