CBSE Class 10th and Class 12th Last Moment Preparation Tips

CBSE Board Exams had already been started as on 2nd of March-2015. Now it is the time to make a different plan of study which includes Exam Preparation Tips for the Students.

Mar 3, 2015 12:16 IST

Board Exams have always been a testing time not only for the students, but for the parents and teachers as well. Students appearing for the board exams go through a range of emotions; right from anxiety to apprehension, and from confidence to self-belief.

The most common symptoms that are witnessed include sleepless nights, troubled thoughts, loss of appetite, rapid pulse, and trembling hands, which are typical manifestations of exam related concerns.

Most students tend to blindly follow the study routine of the ‘brighter students’ in class and end up lagging behind as they cannot keep up with the pace of the demanding schedule. All these developments lead to building of stress and last minute jitters.

On a sombre note, in 2006 alone, more than 6000 students took their lives just because they could not deal with exam related fear and stress. To reassure the students and instill confidence in them, the following guidelines would prove to be very helpful.

Some Important Tips for CBSE Board Exam 2015 are as follows:

1. Best Ways to Manage CBSE Board Exams

2. Top Ten Tips for CBSE Exam Preparation

3. Top Five Tips to Overcome The CBSE Board Exam Fear

4. CBSE Board Exams: How to tackle stress?

5. A Parallel Path to Success in CBSE Board Exam

Subject oriented Tips for CBSE Exam Preparation are as follows:

1. Class 10: Science

2. Class 12: Physics

3. Class 12: Chemistry

4. Class 12: Mathematics

5. Class 12: Economics

6. Class 12: Accountancy

For CCE pattern Examination some Important Information are as follows:

1. Grading system under CCE scheme CBSE class 10

2. Pressure on students under CCE scheme CBSE class 10

3. Reliability of CCE report card for CBSE class 10

4. How are results declared under CBSE CCE scheme?

5. Does CBSE CCE scheme affect the output of students?

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