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No more days for CBSE board exams 2018: Must focus on these 5 things to score best marks

Mar 4, 2018 17:05 IST
    tips in remaining days of CBSE board exams
    tips in remaining days of CBSE board exams

    Students are devoted to last-minute revisions as the CBSE board exams 2018 for class 10th and class 12th are about to begin in few days. Now the time has gone neither students can make notes nor they can start with any new concepts rather they need to focus on covering the topics with maximum weightage in the syllabus. CBSE board class 10th and class 12th students are advised to summarise whatever they have learnt for every subject in the remaining days of the examinations.

    Majority of students have prepared well for every subject of CBSE Class 10th and Class 12th board exams. However, there are students who are still confused about their exam preparation and they are facing questions like whether they should learn new concepts in the remaining days, or they should just stick to practising sample papers etc.

    Students can check here the important things that students need to focus in the remaining days for their CBSE board exams 2018 that we have listed down here –

    Focus on writing presentable and accurate answer:

    There is a trick for presenting the answers in the exams i.e. the answer should be clear and concise. The students should focus on their writing skills i.e. handwriting, spelling and grammar and also, presentation skills. The answers need to be written accurately and precisely in the board exam then only they will be able to score well.

    Practice well but don’t stress yourself:

    Students often have this misconception about their exams that they need to devote hours for the best preparation of their board exams. Rather, they need to calm down and feel relaxed. Board exam students are always advised to focus on qualitative exam preparation rather than spending hours i.e. instead of 12 hours, prepare for 4-6 hours a day but whatever you study should be in a way that you don’t need to put effort on it again. Also, studying without rest will make you stressed and it may also affect your health. Every board exam appearing student need to care for their physical and mental health to perform well in the exams.

    Seek help from your teachers/elders for any doubts:

    Before exams; it is natural for students to feel nervous and also they have doubts regarding the board exams especially class 10th students as they will be appearing for CBSE board exams for the first time. In case of all queries, doubts regarding board examination, the exam pattern, important questions, tips and tricks to excel in exams or even about their preparation for the exams, students are advised to get in touch with their teachers at school or their parents. The schools are providing extra classes for clarifying any doubts that students may have regarding CBSE board exams 2018 and students should attend these classes for their benefit.

    Stay motivated:

    In the remaining days of the exam, there are chances that students will freak out and they would get nervous. In such situations, students have to keep themselves positive for exam preparation as well as their performance in the board exams. They should be confident about their preparation as they will be able to achieve more marks in exams if they are confident.  

    Keep yourself update:

    Students are advised to regularly get updates about the board exams from the official website of CBSE. They need to be updated because there may be last minute announcements regarding examination, exam centres or any other exam instructions. Also, students should consider information which is provided through official sources only.

    Tips to write perfect answers in board exams

     

    Conclusion: CBSE Class 10th and 12th examinations are considered most crucial in the life of students. Therefore, they should be prepared well enough for the examination. They must value the tips mentioned above for the remaining days of their board examination.

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