With CBSE Board Exam 2019 only a few months away, students are now buried in books as they try to complete its vast syllabus.
Whether you are appearing class for class X or XII board exam, you must maintain focus and stay inspired.
Here are a few tips you need to keep in mind while preparing for board CBSE board exam.
Focus on completing the syllabus as soon as possible. Questions will come from the syllabus and not outside the syllabus. Don’t learn chapter-by-chapter. The students should know that an irregular and a non-systematic study can lead to loss of marks in the examination.
Proper study plan
How to write answers within a stipulated time? How to write quickly during exam? These questions crop up into the mind of students appearing for board exam. The answer to these questions is thoroughly structure your study plan.
Answer what is asked
Always remember that examiners allot marks for answers written neatly and to the point. Try to keep your answers concise and precise because marks are given for what is asked in the question.
Practice writing answers
Take a watch and start practising writing answers. After writing all the answers, students should review the answers to check spelling mistakes. Most of the students skip reviewing answers.
Question paper pattern
A 100-marks question paper is divided into different sections – 15 marks question, 5 marks questions, 2 marks questions and objective questions. The student should attempt objective question first and then write subject answers.
Marks distribution for CBSE Mathematics paper
Algebra- 20 marks
Geometry- 15 marks
Trigonometry- 12 marks
Statistics and Probability- 11 marks
Mensuration- 10 marks
Coordinate Geometry- 6 marks
Real Numbers- 6 marks
Get your doubts solved the minute you are confused. Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics are based on concepts. Clear all your concepts from your teachers. You have to know the basics very well. Concentrate on your best subjects first and then, later on, shift to the hard ones. In the end, set time duration for every task and topic for the day. Make sure to complete it in a stipulated time period. The easiest way of doing this is using an eLearning app.
Attempting a lot of mock tests are a way to success. Mock exams are a great way to practice, test your speed, assess your preparation, and find out your mistakes or weak areas to work on that. The mock tests also give you an idea of the pattern of the question paper. Books
Candidates appearing for the CBSE board exam should read NCERT textbooks. This apart, they should also consult a refresher by any of the authors like RD Sharma, RS Aggarwal etc.
Follow the above mentioned tips to score good marks in CBSE board exam 2019.