Q. When I return home after taking an exam, I am always confused about what to do? Do I need to analyse my performance in the paper or take rest or start preparing for the next paper?
Ans. CBSE board exams 2017 have begun today. And also the days full with cut-throat preparation have started from today. Everyday, will seem to the more busy and hectic than the previous day. Each day, you will be required to revise a huge amount of syllabus so as to get well prepared for the exam taking place the next day. But, dear students, this overloaded schedule should not affect your mental status and physical fitness. Don’t get over stressed and anxious. Though, you would be busy with the exam preparations the whole day, still you need to take out some time to refresh yourself.
When you return home after taking an exam, you should follow a routine that ensures you to complete the whole syllabus foe the next paper without getting exhausted.
Below are given some suggestions for the students that they can follow right after taking an exam (CBSE/ UP board or any other state board exam) to make their mind refresh and stress-free so as to prepare well for the next one:
The above given instructions if followed properly, can help you to score optimum marks in CBSE,UP board or any other state board exams.
All the very best!!!
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