Less than two months are left for the CBSE Board Exam 2018 to begin. Though the datesheet for the exams has not been realeased yet, but there is wide spread speculation that the exams will commence from the first week of March. So, it’s the high time when students must start preparing effectively for one of the most important exams of their academic career. They must prepare a strategy and a foolproof plan, to take the best out of this time.
Here, we have compiled a set of tips and tricks as suggested by the exam experts, to make thorough preparations for the CBSE board exams and score the optimum marks:
1. Right time to start preparing for the board exams
Though, every student has different learning capabilities so we can’t decide when each of the students should start preparing for the exams. Still, there is a common approach to the exam preparation which needs to be followed. Those who are not done with the revision of the whole syllabus or have not started yet, can start now to ignore the failure in the big exam.
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2. Good timetable will make the preparations easy
Without a proper planning, it’s almost impossible to reach your target. Therefore, to make an effective preparation for the coming CBSE board exams, every student must prepare a proper study time table first and then make a habit to stick to the same.
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3. Sufficient time should be devoted to self study
After school or coaching classes, every student must take out some time for which he/she can devote completely to self study so as to analyse and practice the topics read in school/ coaching class. You must spare enough time so that you are able to achieve some prefixed study targets.
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4. Adopt the best study habits to excel in board exams
To perform well in board exams, each student must have some important study habits which could help them stand in the que of top scorers. Creating a study plan snd sticking to it, being punctual and disciplined, balancing the academic and personal life are some of the good qualities cum habits, that a student must adopt.
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5. Make a strategy to learn long answers for board exam
It’s quite obvious for students to panic while learning long answers as engulfing the massive text is never an easy job. So, to overcome the terror of learning long answers, students must prepare a strategy for long answers, like breaking them into paragraphs, writing them on paper and relating them to the real life situations so as to retain them in brain for long time.
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6. Practicing previous years’ question papers prepares you better for the coming challenge
Students are always suggested to solve more and more previous years’ question papers, especially when they are done with the reviosion of the whole syllabus. Practicing question papers helps you track your preparation level and know where you are lacking or are strong. Also it acquaints you with the exam pattern so that you are at ease while taking your board exam.
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7. Do not fear the Mathematics exam
Mathematics is one such exam which can help you score the full marks, thereby enhancing your overall grade. But most of the students find it as the toughest subject. However, by following a few simple tricks and tips one can master this most interesting subject and score outstanding marks.
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8. Take regular breaks to enjoy yourself
Avoid studying for long hours continuously, instead take regular intervals evry 50 to 60 minutes. These intervals are important to relax your brain and retrieve your energy to get ready for the next study session. They help to keep your brain focused and alert.
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9. Throw away the exam fear and just relax
Fear, anxiety and stress will only hamper your preparations and ultimately affect your performance in board exams. So, instead of taking tension, start preparing for the exam with a relax mind. You just need to put in the best efforts, result will automatically come out to be the best.
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10. Write your board exam in best way
After preparing hard for the board exam, now it’s the time when your answer sheet must reflect your hard work. You must follow proper technique and strategy to write the answers in best way and complete the exam well on time. Make the best use of the 15 minutes reading time allotted before starting the exam.
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