CBSE 10th and 12th exam dates are not announced yet but we are expecting that CBSE board exams 2018 will start from 5th March 2018 (i.e., after Holi festival). It means, you have less than 4 months for CBSE 2018 board exam preparation. Here, we have provided you with the best study plan for the board exams, with which you can make the best out of remaining time. These strategies, if followed properly, will fetch you more than 90% marks.
With few months left, if you still have not prepared for the CBSE board exams then you need not worry. This is the best time to start your preparation so you can start your preparation right now by following the study plan given below.
It is expected that you have studied all the chapters mentioned in latest CBSE Syllabus 2017 – 2018. For revision purpose, you can also take help of study material prepared by experts at Jagran Josh from the links given below
For Class 12 Board Exams 2018
For Class 10 Board Exams 2018
Monthly Study Plan (from December onwards) for CBSE 10th and 12thBoard Exams 2018 is given below:
December 2017 # (Pre-rehearsal time: Time for Pre-Board Exams)
Sometimes, CBSE 10th and 12th students do not take pre-board exams seriously. Although, the marks of these pre-exams are not added to final CBSE results but one must attempt these exams with an honest effort.
Pre-board exams provide real time scenario similar to the CBSE board exams. From these exams, you can easily identify your weaknesses and understand what you need to study.
Give pre board exams honestly and you will also understand what you need to study on the last day before the exam. Before appearing in Pre – Board Examinations, you can also go through Class 12 Marking Scheme and CBSE toppers answer sheets (released by CBSE).
January 2018 # (CBSE Board Exam 2018 Date Sheet will release)
CBSE 10th & 12th board exam 2018 Date Sheet is expected to be released in the first week of January. Students preparing for CBSE board exam 2018 should plan their study accordingly as soon as the Date Sheet will be released.
It is expected that every students must have studied the complete Syllabus, by then.
Also, you can’t score well until and unless you will solve CBSE 12th and 10th practice papers based on latest examination pattern.
Solving previous year CBSE question papers (at least 5 to 10 year) is the key to score above 90% in CBSE board examinations.
Questions based on the concept given in previous year CBSE question papers are repeated frequently in CBSE Class 12 board exams.
Jagranjosh will also release CBSE Guess papers specially prepared for students who are going to appear for CBSE 10th and 12th board exam 2018
CBSE has also issued sample papers (like every year) to help the student in understanding the latest examination pattern. You can go through these papers from the links given below
February 2018 # (Revise & Practice: Don’t study anything new)
One should devote this month for revision purpose only. Do not study anything new in this month as you may get stuck in any new topic during last moment and it may add more confusion and may also result in wastage of precious time.
Students should revise NCERT textbooks & hand written notes prepared by themselves. Try solving at least 2 papers on daily basis.
Avoid excess use of Facebook, Twitter, Whatsapp and other social media websites. Usually students get stuck in unnecessary conversations or activities on these social sites which leads to emotional stress and hence wastage of time.
So, be honest to yourself and uninstall these apps or else opt for the last solution: hide your Smartphone somewhere (or give it to your parents) and follow your study timetable.
March and April 2018 # (Give your 100% in CBSE Board Exams 2018)
Now for final days, avoid too much study. Only revise summary and highlighted content or self made (which you have already studied).
You can also solve CBSE guess paper prepared by Jagranjosh.com (to be released soon) as they are consist of questions which are extremely important.
Don’t push yourself to read each and every line of your textbook as it is not possible. In case you feel any sort of problem in your studies, team jagranjosh is there to help.
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