Tips for Board Exams 2019

Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) is planning to conduct the board exams for the class 10th and 12th students in the upcoming February. The CBSE board is planning to release the timetable for the exams soon. Now, the mindset of every student is to score the good works in the examination. Not all the hard working students will get the top marks in the examination. The one who studies with the smart plan will only score good grades in the examination. If you are also one student looking forward to the board exam, then this article is exclusively for you. After consulting with the experienced teachers in the CBSE field, we have brought you some useful tips here to help you in scoring the good marks for the upcoming Board exams in 2019.

This article is not only for the students but also for the teachers and parents who are tirelessly working for the welfare of their students and children. Teachers can give these tips to their students to get more marks in the upcoming board exam, and parents can guide their children by telling these tips to redirect them in the right way.

Do revisions properly:

A lot of students have the habit of studying the new topic before entering into the exam hall. Do not do this if you want to score more because if you fail to do revision for the previously studied portions, you will forget everything at the time exam hall. On the day before your exam, try to revise as much as possible. When you start to follow through on the study holidays, note the important key points in a separate note for each subject so that you can revise everything on the go.

Prepare the study list smartly:

If you have a proper timetable for every subject, then you can easily score more marks in the CBSE board exams. When you prepare the timetable, make sure you are not fixing the same time-frequency for all the subjects. For example, if you are strong in English and weak in Science subject, fix more time for the science subject while you prepare the time-table for your examinations. You need to concentrate more on the subjects which are difficult for you so that you can get more marks in the examinations for those subject because when you are strong in a particular subject, you can score easily with the short time in hand.

Sit in a peaceful environment:

If you need to understand things easily while studying for the exam, sit away from your parents and siblings. Sit in a separate room or peaceful place where your concentration power can be higher. If you sit in front of the hall where your father or mother or siblings are watching a TV program, surely you will not remind anything the next day.

Refer previous year question papers:

By visiting the nearest shop, you can get the question bank in the form of a book for all the subjects. Purchase it and go through the previous year questions. You can also ask your staffs to get the previous year question papers to check the format. Many online websites are now offering the option to download the question with answers from their website to download in the form of PDF file type, so it is easy for students to get the question papers. Do not refer the question papers before completing the portion. Study everything first, and then go through the questions for the better result.

Past Year Question Papers for Class 12

Past Year Question Papers for Class 11

Past Year Question Papers for Class 10

Past Year Question Papers for Class 9

Past Year Question Papers for Class 8

Past Year Question Papers for Class 7

Past Year Question Papers for Class 6

Don't get distracted:

These generation kids love to use smartphones a lot. If you also have one smartphone in your hand, keep it in the next room or lock it till you complete your portion for the day. Do not keep your wifi or mobile data on because if a notification pops up, you will get distracted and open your mobile to check the message or updates in social media. You can use your mobile phone in your free time, but never use it when you are preparing for your exams.

Keep yourself calm:

If you find something difficult while studying for the exams, don't get tensed at that situation. If you get nervous at any situation, deviate your mind temporarily by listening to the songs, taking a break and then start again. Because relaxing yourself will ease out the pressure, and you can start studying after sometimes.

If you want to shape your future career in the best way, you need to score good marks in the CBSE board exams. Never give up at any situation for any subject while you prepare yourself for examination. Remember all the tips shared above and become the top scorer for your upcoming exam. Best of Luck!



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