CBSE will release the dates for Board Exam 2018 very soon. Observing the previous trends, board exams are expected to commence from the first week of March 2018. Students are left with only about two months to get prepared for the big final day. It’s time to make a different plan to study a part of your everyday school routine and not to be limited to 'cramming' for exams and tests.
Here, we are discussing top ten board exam preparation tips as suggested by the experts which will enhance your learning capacity and boost your preparations for CBSE Board Exams 2018.
I. Establish a routine
Fix a particular time each day to study a particular portion and stick to it.
II. Create a suitable environment
An environment which suits you to study rather than an environment which is standard but not as per your style. Find a comfortable place where you can study with full concentraion without thinking about the hours for which you have to study.
III. Set a timetable
To be punctual, a timetable is required so that you can plan to cover all your subjects in an organized way.
IV. Look after yourself
Drink plenty of fluids, especially water, and eat healthy foods. Keep sugary foods to a minimum. Make sure you get enough sleep each night. Regular physical exercise makes you feel great, boosts your energy and helps you relax. So try to keep up regular sporting activities or at least fit in some regular exercise as often as you can.
V. Reward yourself for studying
Do the other things apart from study like talk to your friends, watch movies, play your games, etc., but try to recall the things what you had studied.
VI. Have variety in your study program
Study different subjects each day and do different types of work and revision in each study session.
VII. Don’t lose concentration
Have all the appropriate materials with you before you start a session of study to minimize distractions.
VIII. Recall the things to test yourself
Ask your parents or family members to quiz you on what you have learnt, use draft questions from books, past assessments or major exam papers.
IX. Don't get frustrated at exam time
If you have followed a study routine and have been revising your class work, then you just keep the worries away. Stay positive and confident.
X. Be in contact with your teachers for guidance
Especially if you're having doubts in the concepts or facing problems while solving the questions or facing trouble in grasping a new concept. They will be happy to help.
Deep breathing exercises at the start and end of each session will also rejuvenate your energy levels. You should also involve yourself in outdoor activity of half an hour or an hour as it always helps. Don't just stick to the books. Try to stay normal and keep up with you regular studies to avoid any stress or tension.
Check below links to important articles that will help to make an easy and organised preparation for CBSE Board Exams 2018:
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