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CBSE 10th Date Sheet 2017 Analysis and Study Tips for CBSE Class 10 Board Exams

Jan 16, 2017 10:00 IST

    CBSE Date Sheet 2017 Analysis and Tips on How to score maximum marks in CBSE board exam 2017CBSE Class 10 date sheet 2017 has been released. As per the official update CBSE Class 10 board exams will commence from 09th March, 2017 onwards.

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    Taking the trend of previous years into consideration, it can be said that CBSE will start the board examination a bit later this year. Every year, CBSE class 10 SA 2 board exams used to start from 1st of March but this year due to the assembly elections, exams will start from 9th March. Hence students who are appearing the exam this year can consider the 8 extra days as an opportunity for revisions.

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    Students have already planned their study timetable according to the date sheet released. But still, some students are facing problems and are searching answers for their queries.

    In order to help such students, we have provided an effective study plan (of two months duration) along with tips for exam preparations that will not only accelerate your preparation level for CBSE Class 10 board exams 2017 but will also boost your morale. This plan is synchronized with CBSE Class 10 date sheet 2017 for effective time management and proper preparation.

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    These tips are relevant for students of CBSE class 10 having Hindi, English, Science, Maths and Social Science, Information Technology etc. However, students who have opted for other subjects can also refer these tips and implement the same to their study plans.

    From Mid of January 2017 to End of February 2017

    During this period (40 – 50 days), students should concentrate more on revising the topics they have already learned. This can be easily done with the help of tips given below in the table

    Buy question banks & previous year papers (or last 10 years papers) of all the subjects of CBSE class 10.

    Prepare chapter wise questions and answers from question bank. First, prepare short and very short answers of each chapter then jump to long questions or numerical problems

    Solve previous year papers in stipulated time period. Also, match your solutions with the solutions of the paper to analyse your preparation.

    Also, solve some practice papers based on latest CBSE Class 10 examination pattern 2017.

    Avoid studying any new chapter which you have not studied till date. However, you can prepare selective topics & questions if they are frequently asked in previous year question papers.

    Try to learn complete question banks and previous year papers before the end of February 2017.

    Give equal time to all the subjects and don’t ignore class notes.

    10th March 2017: Hindi Course – A (002) | Hindi Course – B (085)

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    Exam Day and Timing: Friday, 10.30 am to 1.30 pm

    According to CBSE Class 10 date sheet 2017, exams for Hindi will be held on 10th March 2017 from 10.30 A.M. to 1.30 P.M.

    So, from 1st of March, 2017 students will have more than enough time for preparation of the subject till 9th of March 2017. To score well in this subject, students should

    Prepare the subject from a good guide (or class notes).

    Solve previous year question papers and sample papers.

    Thoroughly study basic concepts of class 10 Hindi grammar.

    Memorise brief summary of all the stories and poems given in the textbook.

    NCERT Solutions for Class 10

    22nd March 2017: Science – Theory (086) | Science w/o Practical (090)

    Exam Day and Timing: Wednesday, 10:30 am to 1:30 pm

    After Hindi exam, students will have a gap of total 11 days for the next paper i.e. Science. Science is one of the scoring subjects for CBSE class 10 and a gap of 11 days will definitely be a great chance for revising the complete syllabus of class 10 science. During this period students should

    Revise NCERT textbooks and NCERT solutions.  

    Solve last 5 (or 10) year question papers and CBSE sample papers

    Practice diagram based questions with pen and paper

    Avoid getting stuck in any particular as this may lead to precious time

    30th March 2017: English Communicative (101) | English Language and Literature (184)

    Exam Day and Timing: Thursday, 10:30 am to 1:30 pm

    English examination will be conducted on 20 March 2017. After Science examination candidates will get 07 days gap for the English examination. During this period a student should

    Understand basic concepts of English grammar

    Practice CBSE sample papers and previous year papers

    Understand CBSE class 10 Marking scheme 2016

    Learn brief summaries of stories and poems

    3rd April 2017: Mathematics (041)

    Exam Day and Timing: 10:30 am to 1:30 pm

    After English exam, CBSE class 10 students will get 3 days as preparation time after English exam.

    This is very short time considering difficulty level of the subject. So, students should

    Strictly avoid studying anything new during this period

    Revise theorems with pen and paper

    Go through solved examples from a good quality book 

    Don’t forget to solve CBSE sample papers and 1-2 new practice papers

    8th April 2017: Social Science (087)

    Exam Day and Timing: 10:30 am to 1:30 pm

    The Social Science examination will be held 04 days after Mathematics exam. Candidates should thoroughly utilise these days as the syllabus is huge for this subject. So, in order to score well, students must

    Study NCERT textbook or class notes

    Solve previous year papers and CBSE sample papers

    Practice Map based questions with pen and paper 

    Memorise brief summary in case of history

    To sum up,

    Time factor plays an important role in examination preparation. Students must have latest CBSE syllabus, NCERT textbooks, sample papers and past years' solved papers and question banks (good quality). Solving CBSE sample paper (or practice paper) and previous year papers help in time management, revision and improves the confidence level of a student for the final CBSE Class 10 board examination 2017. Students must prepare chapters from NCERT textbooks, question bank or class notes and solve maximum papers.

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