CBSE board exam 2021: Class 10, 12 students must follow these rules to get great marks
As CBSE Board exams 2021 are only two months away, students must focus on certain rules that will help them score big in exams.
As CBSE Board exams 2021 are only two months away, students must focus on certain rules that will help them score big in exams. This year CBSE Board exams are slated to begin from May 4 and conclude on June 11, 60 days from today. Students are getting jittery with the board exams fast approaching. However, if planned properly these exams should not bother students much. Here are certain point that will help students do well and do not make common mistakes.
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1 Plan your study
This becomes more crucial than ever as this time CBSE has reduced syllabus and students must be aware of the new syllabus and devise strategy further to score good marks. They should be aware of the new syllabus and study accordingly. Take a print out of subject wise syllabus and keep it near your study table to ensure that you do not waste time over topics and lessons that have been chucked out.
2 Time Table and identifying iportant topics
Time Table is another important thing. Follow a time table and take regular intervals. This allows you to be consistent with your study and keeps you calm and focused. Students must filter the important topics that they feel will be asked in the exams. Students should devote extra time preparing for these topics so that they can increase their chances of securing maximum marks possible.
3 Learning techniques
Students can employ various learning techniques to memorise in an efficient manner. You can try mnemonics or learning using keywords and acronyms to save effort and time. Prepare you, short ready reckoners, for different subjects. Use the coming days to prepare a study plan and assemble what you would need.
4 Practice from old question papers, take note of common errors
Students must take this task very seriously. Make sure that you solve previous years’ question papers. Some questions repeat from year to year. Do remember to cut out the questions that won’t be part of the new reduced syllabus. Also, students must spend some time to find commonly made mistakes in board exams. This will help them save marks.
CBSE Class 10, 12 Board Exams 2021 have a set duration of three hours. Focus on timing. It is very important while writing your paper. Students should form a habit of timing their self-tests. You can also time yourself while solving practice papers.
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