Tips to Prepare for CBSE Board Exam
Examinations play a very significant role in a student’s life. It not only reviews their knowledge but also helps them realize where they stand in studies among their peers. CBSE Board exams act as a stepping stone when it comes to a professional future. While preparing for their board exams, students have a lot of pressure to perform well and make their parents and teachers proud. The marks obtained in an examination act as a basis for selecting preferred stream for specialization and helps them to decide what they want to study in college.
The key factors to perform well in the exams are studying hard, grasping each and every important topic, study smartly in a proper manner so that students’ hard work and efforts translate into performance.
5 Tips to Prepare for Class 10 and 12 CBSE Board Exam
- Know the syllabus
Students should know the complete syllabus of CBSE Class 10 and 12 before starting the exam preparation. Knowing the syllabus will help them to know what are the topics and concepts they are going to study in that particular academic year and also weightage of all subjects. Start preparing from the topics that carry the most marks and get a strong hold on these topics. If you find any topic difficult, do not leave the concept for the last moment.
- Regular Practice
Students should practice questions from the syllabus regularly so that they clear all the concepts in their head. But, students should not only practice the numerical problems mentioned in the textbook but also they should adopt a way to practice and revise smartly. Regular practice will help the students to be perfect and avoid repeating silly mistakes.
- Work on weak points.
Students should work on their weak points to improve their overall performance. Recovering from the weak points which are responsible for losing marks will surely put their performance back on the track to score a good percentage in their board exams.
- Solve sample papers and previous year question papers
After completing the entire syllabus of all the subjects and covered all important topics, then students should try solving sample papers and previous year question papers of Class 10 and CBSE Class 12. Solving the sample papers or previous year question paper will help you to get an idea about the exam pattern, weightage of marks, important questions, etc. It is advised to solve as many as previous year question papers and sample paper.
- Proper study material
Before starting the exam preparation students should have every essential study material related to the subject. They should not refer too many books and should stick to NCERT textbook as they are the basic preparation material for CBSE Class 10 and 12 students. Reference books are useful to clear difficult concepts and topics.
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