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CBSE Class 12 Date Sheet 2017 Analysis and Tips to Score Maximum Marks in CBSE Class 12 Board Exams

Jan 13, 2017 10:00 IST

    CBSE Class 12 Date Sheet Analysis and Tips on how to score more than 90% marks in CBSE board exams 2017CBSE Class 12 date sheet 2017 is finally released by the Board. The examination will begin from 09 March 2017.

    Usually, CBSE conducts board examinations for Class 12 from 01st of March. However this time the Board will start it after 08 days. Therefore taking time factor into consideration, this year students will get 8 days more for preparation. So they need to utilize it judiciously.

    CBSE Date Sheet 2017 for Class 12

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    After the announcement of board exam date sheet, there have many queries and speculations from students all over the country. While some questions are related to the examination, most of the questions are out of anxiety! ''Can I get more than 90% in CBSE Class 12 exams in 2 months?'', ''How can we score excellent marks in class 12th board exams?”
    In order to help the students, we have provided an effective 2 months study plan including exam preparation as well. This will enhance your moral and propel you forward to excel well in the examination. This plan is synchronized with CBSE class 12 date sheet 2017 for effective time management.

    From Mid of January 2017 to End of February 2017

    This is a time span of 40-50 days, where students need to concentrate more on revision. This can be easily done with the help of tips given below in the table

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

    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, refer your solutions with the solutions of the paper to analyse your preparation.

    Also, solve some practice papers based on latest CBSE class 12 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 do not ignore class notes

    09th March 2017: English Elective –NCERT (001) | English Elective-CBSE (FUNCTIONAL ENGLISH) (101) | English Core (301)

    For Class 12 students, the board examination will begin with English paper and timings for these exams are 10.30 am TO 1.30 pm. So, from the beginning of March 2017, student should

    Strictly avoid studying anything new.

    Only revise what you have studied yet.

    Go through previous year papers once again.

    Memorize summary of all stories given in their textbooks

    Avoid studying other subjects

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    15th March 2017: Physics (042)

    After English exam, students will get 5 days for Physics exam. So, during this period students must concentrate on studying Physics only. In this time span of 5 days, student should

    Prepare 1 mark and 2 marks questions first.

    Prepare 5 marks with pen and paper

    Not give too much time to numerical problems

    Avoid giving too much time to a particular topic

    Revise previous year question papers and solve CBSE sample papers

    NCERT Solutions for CBSE Class 12

    20th March, 2017: Mathematics (041)

    As per CBSE board date sheet 2017, CBSE class 12 maths exam will be conducted on 20th March 2017. During this period a student should

    Strictly avoid studying anything new

    Revise important formulae and solved examples of each chapter

    Solved CBSE sample paper for class 12 Maths published by CBSE (Paper 1 and Paper 2)

    Revise  previous year CBSE class 12 solved papers

    25th March, 2017: Chemistry (043)

    Chemistry syllabus is just too vast! Hence you have to utilise the 04 days. Immediately after the completion of physics exam, you should begin the revision for Chemistry paper. During this period student must

    Go through previous year papers (last 10 year) and sample papers of CBSE class 12 chemistry.

    Learn all the derivations, numerical and important reactions (organic and inorganic) asked in previous year papers.

    Revise chapter only from NCERT textbooks or the questions bank from which you had prepared the subject.

    Give priority to numerical problems which have been frequently asked in previous year papers.

    5th April, 2017: Biology (044)

    After Chemistry, the Biology exam will be held on 5th April, 2017. But, JEE Main 2017, pen and paper based exam will be held on 2nd April, 2017 whereas computer-based exam will be held on 8th and 9th April, 2017. So, students of CBSE class 12 having Physics, Chemistry, Biology and Maths as their subjects need to put extra effort as they need to perform well in both the exams. In order to score well in CBSE class 12 Biology exam. Students should follow the points given below in order to make an effective study and revision in the 10 days gap:

    Revise the chapters from NCERT textbooks.

    Prepare exercises given at the end of each chapter of NCERT textbooks

    Simultaneously prepare last 10 year papers and CBSE sample paper.

    Revise questions and answers from the question bank.

    22nd April, 2017: Hindi Core (302) | Hindi Elective (002)

    The lat paper is ought to bring relief! But revision is also required as Hindi one of the scoring subjects in Class 12 board examination. So, after biology exam the students of CBSE class 12 have more than enough time to prepare Hindi subject. Student can pick a good quality guide for Hindi class 12 and start preparing. So student should

    Go through all the rules of Hindi grammar from the guide

    Prepare questions and solutions for all the chapters

    Solve some sample papers (Hindi Core or Hindi Elective) and previous year papers with pen and paper

    Summing it up,

    Timely revision is very much required to score well in CBSE Class 12 board examination; especially during the gap between two papers. While revision or preparation students should give proper time to all the subjects. Students must prepare chapters from NCERT textbooks, question bank or class notes and solve maximum papers. 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 12 board examination 2017.

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