Study Basics to Get Complete Understanding of Concepts

Since last year, CBSE has made the class 10th board exams mandatory for all the schools affiliated to CBSE. Well, all the questions come in the board exam are based on the concepts and topics mentioned in the class 10th science NCERT books. For doing well in the board exams students have to prepare from the NCERT book as well as students can also refer other books to study the topics given in the NCERT book. They cannot just go through the prescribed questions given at the end of each chapter.

Therefore, all the schools must have to follow NCERT books from the beginning of the session. To get better results in the CBSE board exam, students have to strengthen their basics and study each and every topic in a full manner.

As per the new curriculum, CBSE has done a few changes in the question format under (PBQ) section and also descriptive type i.e. long questions. Also, all 27 questions are compulsory and must be attempted. Moreover, CBSE has also increased the internal choice weightage. The difficulty ratio of the board exam has also been decreased. Still, a lot of practice, revision, efforts, hardwork, and determination should be needed to score well in the board exams.

Physics is being considered one of the toughest exams in the CBSE exam. Students have to focus on Ray diagrams, numerical questions, and theory questions. Solving previous year sample papers gives the idea of questions asked in the board exam. Students need to read all the chapters very well. Get these CBSE class 10 physics notes to excel in exams.

Chemistry is one of the scoring subjects in the CBSE board exam. Chemical formulae and equations are the most important part of Chemistry. Mostly, indirect questions have come from this part but still, if you read all the topics thoroughly, it will become the best scoring subject. Students to need to attempt all the questions in the exam to score well. You must checkout IUPAC naming practice worksheets for better understanding.

Moreover, students have to answer all the questions according to their weightage. This will help to save their crucial time. As per the question asked students should answer point to point and also highlight the main points or keywords.

Scoring well in the exam is not an impossible goal. Regular practice, hardwork, stressfree mind, patience, and determination are the key points to score good marks in the CBSE board exams. Keep your mind open and learn thoroughly to achieve wonders in your board exams.

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