CBSE Board Exam 2023: Class 10 English Paper Tomorrow; Check Last Minute Tips & Important Resources Here
CBSE Class 10 English Exam 2023: Finally, the first major paper of CBSE Class 10 is here, and students must be preparing hard off to a good start. As this is going to be an all new experience for the class 10 students appearing for their first ever board exams, pressure and anxiety are the obvious feelings among them. However, if you have prepared well for the exam then there’s nothing to worry about it. We have come here with expert tips that will help you in the last minute revision for the CBSE Class 10 English Exam and boost your confidence level to score high in exam. We have also collated some of the most important resources that are going to help you quickly revise the English syllabus in this last day before exam.
Know CBSE Class 10 Exam Pattern & Marking Scheme
This must be the very first task while preparing for the CBSE English Exam for 10th Class. Knowing the paper pattern and marking scheme, makes it easier to prepare the right strategy for the exam. Check marking scheme for paper pattern, weightage distribution, and other important details.
Solve CBSE Sample Paper and Practice Paper
Questions released by CBSE are no doubt the most important resources for board exam preparation. CBSE Class 10 English Practice Paper and Sample Paper have already been made available for the students preparing for the CBSE Board Exam 2023. Those who have not attempted to solve these papers, have one last day to practise the questions by CBSE experts and boost their confidence level for the exam.
Brush up on important formats for the writing section
Writing section in CBSE Class 10 English Exam 2023 will have questions on letter and paragraph writing. And to score well in these questions, one must know the correct formats and be good at organising ideas in the right sequence. You can learn these important skills by going through the important instructions suggested by experts for letter writing and paragraph writing from the link given below:
Read all chapters in First Flight and Footprints Without Feet, prepare important questions
In the literature section of the CBSE Class 10 English Paper, there will be questions based on extracts from textbooks and descriptive answer type questions with a weightage of 40 marks. If you have read these books thoroughly, then answering all questions in this section is not going to be a tough task for you.
Practise grammar questions for concept clarity
Be sure that you are well versed with the various elements of English grammar including Tenses, Modals, Subject – verb concord, Reported speech, Commands and requests, Statements, Questions, and Determiners. Solve multiple questions based on these elements to not to be in a panicking situation at the examination time.
We hope these tips and resources are going to be very helpful in your last minute preparations for the English exam. Besides this, some crucial suggestions for students preparing for the CBSE Class 10 English Exam are:
- Study more, stress less
- Improve your writing flow
- Take regular breaks
- Talk to your friends
- Get enough sleep
- Keep the exam essentials ready
Tips for exam writing and presentation:
- Read the question paper thoroughly in 15 minutes reading time.
- Start writing paper from first question to last to keep it organised
- In Section A, read the unseen passage first and then read questions. In this way, you will quickly get clues for the answers.
- Know correct formats for the writing section.
- In grammar section, read questions and the given options carefully before reaching an answer.
- Underline important points or keywords in long answers.
- Revise your answers to eliminate spelling and grammatical errors.
If we analyse the previous years’ trend, the English paper in CBSE Board Exams has never been too tough even for the average students. So, this year again we expect the paper to be easy and scoring. However, as it is a language paper, writing speed can be an issue for students. So, keep preparing and keep practising.
ALL THE VERY BEST!