Tips by CBSE Topper

Raksha Gopal from Noida scored 99.6% marks in class 12th last year. There are some very useful tips which she has given for students appearing in the class 12 board exams this year. See her tips below:

a) Stop worrying about the marks that you have to target. Concentrate more on making a schedule which can help you to cover the entire syllabus with enough time to practice as many test papers as possible

b) Don’t waste your time on social media sites. This can cause lot of distraction and may divert your attention. Better would be to stop social media or mobile use for atleast 2 months while you are studying and giving your exams.

c) Solve previous year question papers in examination condition at your home. Compare your answers with the suggested answers and see where you have made mistakes. This will help you to find out your weak topics and also will help you to prepare for the exams.

d) When you are sitting in the exams. Spend 30 seconds to a minute on thinking what the answer should be. Prepare the structure of the answer in your mind. This will help to write the answers in a logical flow.

e) Important to relax too. Take adequate breaks and sleep to give your body and mind relaxation.

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