During the last days of an exam, most of the students get confused what to do in this crucial moment. Most of the students devote lots of time to collect information and give very less time for processing of the information, as a result of which they are not able to score maximum marks. Here are some useful tips which students can follow to score maximum marks in their CBSE Class 11 English Exam. At the end of this article, you will also find the important links which will definitely boost the level of your preparation.
• Collect the relevant material: Before you start to study it is important that you have all the relevant content, especially class notes, test papers, etc.. Try to collect previous year question papers from your senior. The notes from class should help you get a general idea of the mindset of your teacher. In most of the school teachers frequently ask questions which they have already asked in the previous year exam. Even some teachers are too lazy to set a new paper. If you are lucky you may get some exact questions from the previous year question papers.
• Make a judicious timetable: Calculate the amount of time left before the exam and divide it judiciously to study all the topics. First revise the topics which you have already studied. However, in CBSE Class 11 English Exam, more emphasis is laid on reading comprehension and grammar. So, it is also necessary that you must know basic rules of grammar and able to form grammatically correct sentences while answering such questions.
• Avoid distractions and follow your timetable strictly: It happens with 90% of students. They devote a lot of time in making timetables and plans, but most of them are unable to follow their timetable. Most of the students devote their precious time on mobile phones, whatsapp, television etc. So before you start your study, lock yourself in a room, switch off your mobile phones and prepare as if your life depends on utilizing the left amount of time.
• Assess yourself by solving some practice papers: It is the most important part of the preparation for any exam. Most of the students avoid solving papers before the exam, but it's not a good practice. A student must devote at least 1 to 2 hours for practice.