As the upcoming CBSE Class 10th and 12th board exams will start from 15th February 2020, you are left with only a few months to prepare for it. And to help you remove your chaos, we have come up with a few tips for CBSE board exams 2020.
Board examinations at the level of class 10th and class 12th are considered as the first intensive exams that a regular school student takes outside their school premise. And if a student prepares for it with the help of a balanced study plan he/she can easily excel in it.
Normally a student should get his entire course completed a few months before the commencement of the CBSE board exams. The way a boarding school or day-boarding school makes their students do in a yearlong study format. This allows ample time period for extensive practice and revisions.
However, if you are left with some unfinished portions of the syllabus then refer to the blueprint or the marks distribution as released by the CBSE. After referring to them, cover up the portions that require less time and fetch considerably more marks. Additionally, you must start revising the previously studied portion of the prescribed syllabus. This will enhance your command over them boosting your confidence and thus help you score more in your CBSE board exams 2020.
It’s advised to build up good habits that support your studies, in the early phases itself. However, it’s never too late to indulge yourself in learning something good.
Like developing a habit of taking a planned action, especially while doing pre-planned study sessions. Avoiding procrastination and doing your scheduled work at the time and balancing your academic life with your normal personal life, etc.
It’s not just your studies and your preparation that will lead you to a great score in board exam. Studies are merely a part of it. Additionally, you must know the best way to answer in the given time limit.
It has been seen many times that a student with limited knowledge and less preparation, scores more. While sometimes a student having the entire Knowledge of the subject matters lags behind when it comes to scoring.
It’s your answer sheet that will represent you in front of your examinees, so you should make your answer sheet reflect the amount of hard work you have put in your studies.
The best part of it is that the art of answering can be learned through practice. You can learn the best techniques and strategy to write the answers by practising through the previous yearboard exam papers and the sample papers released by the CBSE board. As the questions from previous exam papers may get repeated or asked after reframing it.
Also, you can follow the general answering tips as mentioned below and find some on your own!!
Implement these easy study tips for CBSE Board Exams 2020 and witness the enhancement in your possible score earlier, in you pre- boards.