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Effective preparation tips for CBSE board exams

Author: Raviraj Mane
by Raviraj Mane
Posted: Jan 04, 2018

We guess you are approaching the final days of your academic year, and we believe that you've come all the way with utmost dedication and hardwork. But you don't have to submit yourself to the possible panic attacks during the end days of the academic year. We understand that the CBSE board exam can be an intimidating one, but if you've prepared right, you really have nothing to worry about. It could be CBSE class 12 Physics or Maths, with right preparation, you can ace them all! Here are a few preparation tips!

How to revise

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Stress is a possible problem. But you really don't have to stress about revising your syllabus. Ease out!

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Find your weak spots. You need to see where your weaknesses are. There might be a chapter that you are really not thorough with. There could be a concept you keep forgetting. Work on those grey areas, and only when you are completely thorough with it must you move ahead with other chapters!

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Do you have a preparatory exam coming up? Then use it as an opportunity to try this. Do not study any new chapter or concept before the examination. You must be well versed with the chapters you already know, and not spend time working on chapters that would possibly be nee for you!

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Be aware of the format of the question paper and its blue print. Be aware of the marks weightage to each of the chapter, and plan your study accordingly!

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Do not ignore the importance of practicing a sample question paper or previous year board exam question papers. These questions papers give you a fair idea of the question paper pattern, and you might actually be benefited from the pattern that you recognise!

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Take up a mock test by randomly choosing a question paper. You must practice this with the exact duration you get in the exam. You should not take any breaks in between. You must be actually simulating the exam hall conditions!

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Clear out any of the uncertainties or doubts you have about a concept on an immediate basis. You could always put up your doubts on online study paltforms and seek help. If you are too shy to ask doubts in class, these online forums help you with your doubts!

How to perform in examination

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You should first take your time and go through the entire question paper thoroughly. This will prepare you for what you are about to face, and it will keep you ready!

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You can make a mental note of those questions you think you can answer confidently and correctly.

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Make sure that you are writing the correct question numbers for the answers you are writing. Otherwise, it will entirely go redundant.

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Make sure that you do not leave any blank spaces between your answers.

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You must write answers for every questions in sequence, and also the parts of the question in sequence for hassle free evaluation!

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Don't leave any question unanswered. Try to answer the closest possibility, but make sure you write something!

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Author: Raviraj Mane

Raviraj Mane

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