The CBSE Term 2 board examinations for classes 10 and 12 have been scheduled to take place on April 26 by the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE). The board exams will be conducted in a pen and paper format at the designated exam centres. The board will shortly release the complete CBSE Term 2 timetable on its official website, cbse.gov.in.
The board had earlier issued class 10 and 12 sample papers for term II. The exam will follow a descriptive format, with both long and short-form questions.
The 10th and 12th board exams are coming soon, and the next few months will be important for preparation. It's challenging enough to prepare for an exam that is considered one of the most significant in your life. Board examinations are likely to be the first of many challenges you will face as a student. But the good part is that even with only one month of preparation, you can easily get 90+. And, you just have enough time to be prepared. Here are some helpful tips to score well for the exam in a more efficient and effective manner.
When you have a limited amount of time, the first thing you should focus on is time management. Your exam success is determined by how well you manage your time. Make sure you give each subject the appropriate amount of time, based on your level of competence and the syllabus's scope.
One strategy to organise your studies is to begin preparing for examinations in reverse order, that is, start with the last exam and work your way up to the first exam around a week before the exam date.
It's a terrible and exhausting study strategy to build concepts without first learning the fundamentals. Textbooks give students in-depth knowledge of the basic, and once they have that understanding, they can easily solve issues in other reference books.
There's a little chance you'll get a question that doesn't come from your textbooks. Any part, including illustrations, tables, and graphs, can be questioned.
Take Breaks Regularly
Two hours of continuous study is the ideal amount of time. Each 2-hour period can be split down into 1-hour intervals with a 10-minute break in between. You should keep your mind clear of any exam-related thoughts or tension while on 'break.' Your mind is not on a break if you utilise the break time to talk about the syllabus with pals or plan your next round of studying.
Solve Previous Year's Question Papers
To get a sense of the exam pattern and common questions, solve at least five previous year's question papers. You will get confidence by solving past year's exam papers. You'll also be able to predict what types of questions will be asked in the exam and plan better. To check your speed for the final Board Examination, try to finish solving within the time limit specified on the question paper.