HOW TO SCORE 90+ IN BOARD EXAMS?
IT’S HIGH TIME AS IT’S BOARD TIME!
As less than a month is left for Board exams, proper time management is the skill you need to excel. You need to understand that Board exams aren’t that tough if you train yourself with proper time management. It’s no big a deal to score 90+ marks if you follow the right path.
Here are some MUST DO last minute tips to shine in your board exam:
1. CONSULT ONLY NCERT BOOKS!
CBSE Board Exams are only from the NCERT book. Students waste their time around RD Sharma, Full Marks etc. and they ignore their main book. NCERT is the only book you should consider for revision. Each and Every question is from the book and sometimes the same exact question from the book comes in the exam. Though some students for physics find the language of NCERT tough, you can refer other side books for reference and understanding the topic.
MUG UP NCERT!
2. DO SAMPLE PAPERS
It is always good to know about the pattern of the exam. CBSE has uploaded sample papers on their site which every student should do. It helps a lot as you get to know about speed. Solve it on your own only.
DO AT LEAST 2 SAMPLE PAPERS EVERY DAY. MAKE IT A HABIT.
You can find sample papers on the official website of CBSE.
LINK:CBSE SAMPLE PAPERS
3. PLAN YOUR EACH DAY
Though plans rarely work out in our way but it is always good to prepare yourself with the mindset of studying each day. If you plan out on revising for e.g. one chapter of every subject, though you might not end up revising one chapter of every subject but you might end up with revised chapters of 3 subjects that to thorough. Try your level best in completing the task you have assigned yourself but don’t stress upon it. Take it easy and relax, you will be surely able to do every bit of task you have assigned yourself.
4. KEEP A CHECK LIST WITH YOU
Firstly write down all the chapter and topic names of each subject separately. After completing the respective topic or chapter, check the adjacent box to it. In this way you’ll always have the information about what you have completed and what’s left.
5. DON’T USE SLANG OR MESSAGE LANGUAGE IN EXAMS
As in this world of social media, students are the most active ones. Students are now in a habit of using message language in exams too. For e.g. they write because as bcz.
Don’t use that in board; you’ll lose out on many important marks. Try avoiding the habit of using slang or short words in real life that’s how you’ll incorporate that in exams.
6. REMOVE THAT BOARD FEAR
Fearing is normal but it can overcome by practising every single day. Boards aren’t tough if you work out every single day according to the plan. Remove that fear as it’ll drain you and you won’t be able to focus in a correct direction.
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