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CBSE Class 10 Exam: Preparation Tips for Languages

Languages generally do not get much attention from the students while preparing for the board exams. With more focus on the core subjects, it is a common tendency among students to ignore or devote less number of reading hours for languages.

However, it cannot be denied that attempting to learn such subjects during the last minute may not yield good results, which eventually leads to lesser than expected marks and affect the overall performance of the students.

In order to overcome the impediment in learning, Careerindia has listed preparation tips to help you face questions related to languages during the CBSE class 10th exam.

1. Start preparing early: Giving least importance to the language subjects and trying to learn in the last minute will land you in chaos. It is always advisable to start preparing early. Ensure that you spend at least half of the time you spend on other subjects.

CBSE Class 10 Exam: Preparation Tips for Languages

2. Break the monotony: Language subjects are more theoretical since they require a lot of time and attention. The subjects may not come across as interesting as the core subjects. To break the monotony while reading languages, students can switch over the topics. For instnace, if you cannot continue reading prose, you can switch to grammar or poems. 

Also Read: CBSE Board Class 10 Datesheet

3. Refer notes: To brush up/recollect what was taught in the classroom you can refer to key points that you jotted down earlier. Topics/points emphasised by lecturers during classes help you a lot to maximise your score.

4. Prepare review notes: Reading and revision should go hand in hand while preparing for exams. To make it easier you can prepare your own notes, based on chart, flashcards and diagrams. Having these in place will definitely help you in last minute revision.

5. Apply skimming and scanning method: While reading textbooks, it is recommended to introduce skimming and scanning method. It means, you read only the main points in a topic instead of reading the whole text. It should help you elaborate an answer only by looking at the points you have listed out.

6. Refer to old question papers: Referring and solving question papers may appear a formula based learning but it is indeed an intelligent move if you consider it. This helps you to concentrate on the important topics, pattern of the exam and time allotted to each section. It is a sure shot to help you be exam ready.

Incorporating all the above mentioned tips in learning process can guide you on the path of success.

Also Read: CBSE: Last Minute Tips for Effective Revision

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