CBSE Class 12 Board Exam is a critical stage for any student. CBSE board exams are not as tough as they seem to be, but lack of guidance can be one of the major reasons for poor results.
Only a few students succeed in crossing the 90% mark while most of them end up hitting 80% in this exam. Obtaining good marks in the board exams is a necessity as candidates appearing for competitive exams are selected based on their board exam scores.
Here are some study tips and tricks:
- Start your preparations early, do not procrastinate and make it too late to start your preparations.
- Complete all other activity like projects and practical work as early as possible so you can get enough time to complete your syllabus on time.
- NCERT books are the Bible for CBSE examinations
- CBSE board exam is completely based on NCERT text books
- Practice the book thoroughly
- Solved, unsolved and practice questions must be practiced
- Approach other reference books only when you are done with NCERT books.
- List out important concepts which you have learnt throughout the year.
- List out important formulae which you have learnt.
- Attempt exercises with same type of questions, to understand the technique to solve these, this will give clearer understanding of the concept.
- Subjects like Mathematics, Physics, Chemistry, solve 5-10 questions every day to attain constancy in your preparation.
- Try solving previous year question papers, sample papers or model papers.
- Try and finish the chapters which are easy for you in understanding as well as solving, this will boost up your confidence.
- Emphasise on those subjects which you think you are weaker.
- Revise all the topics minimum two times, then you can go ahead and revise important topics again and again.
- Revise those chapter which you have already completed.
- Try to complete your syllabus till January and dedicate February in doing revision work of various subjects.
- Just practice, practice and practice
Tips during Exam time:
- The first 15 minutes is given as reading time
- This should be utilised to its fullest
- You should be analysing of what problems you know and which one you don't know
- Probability and application based question are the most tricky ones, as they have tricky words.
- Such question should be identified and you should be alert that they are tricky and they will take time to solve
- Section C should be attempted first
- it makes 50% of the paper
- and the mark allotted to it is also more (42 marks)
- Section B should be attempted next
- As it has highest marks allotted (52 marks)
- Section A should be attempted at last