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CBSE Practical Exams 2019: Follow these 5 tips to get maximum score

Dec 21, 2018 12:13 IST
    CBSE Practical Exam Date Sheet 2019
    CBSE Practical Exam Date Sheet 2019

    CBSE Practical Exam Dates 2019 are announced but CBSE date sheet 2019 for 10th and 12th board exam is yet to release. So, it's a little relief for students who are going to write CBSE board exams in 2019. Now students can plan their studies in a more effective manner. As per the latest updates, CBSE schools are instructed to conduct practical exams for Class 12 from 16th January 2019 to 15th February 2019. 

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    Recently the board has also released Sample Papers for all subjects of CBSE 10th and 12th. Students preparing for CBSE Board exams 2019 must give an honest attempt to solve these sample papers. CBSE Marking Schemes (along with answers) are also available with each paper and after attempting papers, students can cross check their solutions with the answers provided by the board. You can access these sample papers (with answers and marking schemes) from the link given below

    CBSE Sample Papers 2019 for 10th and 12th with Answers & Marking Scheme: All Subjects

    Here, we have provided tips for practical exams with which students easily score well in their CBSE practical exams 2019.

    1: Check the latest syllabus of CBSE Practical exams 2019

    The complete knowledge of CBSE Practical exam syllabus is quite important because examiner can ask you questions related to all the experiments mentioned in CBSE Syllabus. You can access the latest CBSE Syllabus for Practical Exams from the link given below

    CBSE Class 12 Physics Practical Exam 2019: Check Syllabus  

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    You must go through these syllabuses and memorize the list of experiments and activities.

    2: Keep your Practical record, Investigatory Project, etc., up to date and checked by teachers

    If we look at the evaluation scheme of CBSE Practical exam (let’s say Physics), then you will learn that there are marks for each and every activity. For your reference, evaluation scheme of CBSE Class 12 Physics Practical Exam 2019 is given below

    CBSE Class 12 Physics Practical Exam 2019 (Evaluation Scheme)

    Time Allowed: 3 hours

    Max. Marks: 30

    Two experiments one from each section

    8 + 8 Marks

    Practical record [experiments and activities]

    6 Marks

    Investigatory Project

    3 Marks

    Viva on experiments, activities and projects

    5 Marks

    Total

    30 Marks

    It means even if you have not performed very well in viva, you can easily get marks for other activities (even full marks) for performing experiments and showing signed practical record and projects.

    3: Prepare all possible questions based on topics mentioned in the syllabus

    Viva on experiments is considered as one of the most challenging activities of CBSE Practical exams by many students. In viva, students need to answer questions of examiner instantly.

    Students should note that examiner is not bound to ask questions from the syllabus of practical exam only; he or she can ask questions from the complete CBSE syllabus of the subject.

    For example (Class 12 Physics), you have conducted an experiment to determine resistance per cm of a given wire by plotting a graph for potential difference versus current now its time for viva Now, during viva examiner can ask many basic questions like, “what is electric resistance?”, “what is the main cause of electric resistance?”

    Students should prepare all the terms for their textbooks so that they can easily answer all such questions. As per CBSE Practical Date Sheet 2019, practical exams are going to start from 16th January 2019, so, students have enough time for preparation.

    4: Answer with confidence but don’t try to fool the examiner

    Let’s suppose examiner asked a question or any term and you have no idea about that, then, don’t try to fool the examiner. Just honestly reply that you haven’t studied this yet.

    5: Keep your tone soft and never argue while answering

    At times there is a possibility that examiner will try to test your knowledge by asking many questions back to back. A few students lose their patience during the process and this may hamper your score. No matter how many questions the examiner asks; always answer them with a smile on your face.

    These are some useful tips to score maximum marks in your CBSE practical exams 2019. Now can also check some other important article for the preparation of CBSE Board Exams 2019

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