ICSE Functioning

Pre Vacation

  • 1st April to 30th April
  • 4 days per week
  • 2 lectures of 2 hours each on weekdays & 3 lectures of 2 hours each on Sunday

During School Vacation

  • 16th May to 31st May
  • Monday to Saturday
  • 3 lectures of 2 hours each

During Regular School Days

  • 6th June to end of March (excluding one week holiday for Diwali)
  • 4 days per week
  • 2 lectures of 2 hours each on weekdays & 3 lectures of 2 hours each on Sunday

Tests

  • Periodic tests will be conducted on completion of topics for 20 marks per topic or 40 marks for a combination of 2 or 3 topics
  • Test schedule will be as per school schedule

Pre Vacation

  • 1st April to 30th April
  • 4 days per week
  • 2 lectures of 2 hours each on weekdays, & 3 lectures of 2 hours each on Sunday

During School Vacation

  • 8th May to 31st May
  • Monday to Saturday
  • 3 lectures of 2 hours each

During Regular School Days

  • 6th June to 20th October
  • 4 days per week
  • 2 lectures of 2 hours each on weekdays, & 3 lectures of 2 hours each on Sunday

Revision

  • Phase 1: 5th November to 15th December
  • Phase 2: 2nd January to 20th January
  • Phase 3: 1st February to 28th February

Tests

  • Cyclic Test 1: 11th May to 10th June – 40 marks per subject
  • Cyclic Test 2: 15th June to 15th July – 40 marks per subject
  • Cyclic Test 3: 25th July to 25th August – 40 marks per subject
  • Cyclic Test 4: 1st September to 30th September – 40 marks per subject
  • Cyclic Test 5: 5th October to 5th November – 40 marks per subject
  • Semi Prelims 1 & 2: 10th November to 15th December – 80 marks per subject
  • Prelims 1: 21st December to 31stDecember – 80 marks per subject
  • Prelims 2: 21stJanuary to 31stJanuary – 80 marks per subject
  • Prelims 3: Take home tests in February – 80 marks per subject

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