AISSEE 2023 Registration Last Date Today: The last date to apply for the All India Sainik School Entrance Examination (AISSEE 2023) for admission in classes 6 and 9 is today i.e. 05 December 2022, Monday. Today is the last date for the extended deadline. Let us inform you that the last date to apply for the AISSEE exam 2023 was further extended, today is the last chance to apply under the same extended last date. Those candidates who want to take admitted in Sainik School should apply for this exam.
Fill form from here
Candidates have to pass this exam for admission in class 6 and 9 of Sainik School. Here admission is given only on this basis. Therefore, the interested candidates should apply immediately. To do this, they will have to visit the official website of AISSEE, whose address is – aissee.nta.nic.in The examination will be conducted by the National Testing Agency ie NTA.
The correction window will open on this date
Today is also the last date for depositing the examination fee for the AISSEE exam. At the same time, the correction window will open on December 7 to improve these applications. Corrections in the application can be made from 07 December to 11 December 2022. Meanwhile, the uploaded documents can also be replaced.
Apply like this
To apply, first of all, go to the official website i.e. aissee.nta.nic.in.
Here on the homepage, AISSEE 2023 application link will be given, click on it.
Now go to New Registration, submit the details asked and submit the form.
Now enter the details and press the submit button.
Now fill the application form, upload the documents and pay the application fee.
Now submit your form and download the confirmation page.
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