CBSE board exams are just around the corner. Students of CBSE class 10th and class 12th are preparing hard to appear in the CBSE board examination 2020, they are looking for last-minute tips and tricks to get good score in the board exam. However, during examination, students usually miss strategic thinking on time management.
If you are one of those students who is preparing for CBSE board examination 2020. Then you should definitely follow a few tips that can help you to ace the examination.
So, here we are discussing some tips, tricks and useful strategy which can be very beneficial for the CBSE board examination 2020.
1. Work on your weak point
You will not have time to go through all your class material or study notes as you are studying at the last minute. Instead, you should read the whole syllabus and the class material to identify any topic that you are missing or are having trouble remembering. Then you should focus on brushing your analysis on weak spots you can prepare better for the exam.
You can take a practice test and note down the questions that you performed poorly or scored low. Then you can focus your study on these questions so that you do not have any weak spots going into the exam.
2. Talk to subject teachers
Students should talk to the teachers of their subject and clear all doubts. Ask for the suggestions and corrections you need to prepare you to get full marks. Ask teachers to suggest your weak point and work on it.
3. Do not panic
No matter how difficult the situation, try to remain calm. If you can’t find the answer to the questions, don’t waste the remaining time. Go to the next questions and if you really get time. Go back to the question you left unattended. Also, keep calm and perform well during examination.
4. Analysis the sample papers and previous years questions papers
While preparing for the board exam you already have less Time left to prepare everything, so for a good score in the examination, you need your time efficiently. You have to start by analyzing sample papers and previous year question papers as per the syllabus of your upcoming exams.
In the link given below, you can see the sample paper of CBSE board exam.
5. Do revision on time
Do not put your daily revision for the weekend. Once you have studied a new chapter and the syllabuses that have come up in the last few days before the exam, make sure that you revise them within 24 hours. If you fail to do so, you will forget 80% of the information you have studied. So do revise yourself on a daily basis.