POINTS TO PONDER BEFORE EXAMINATION:
(The Following tips may help the students in scoring better ..... released By CBSE 18-19)
- Devote plenty of time for practicing the questions.
- Focus on the examples and exercises given in the textbooks particularly the highlighted portions of the NCERT textbooks.
- Practice through worksheets prepared by the teachers from the scoring chapters.
- Practice the sample Question Paper of three hours and fix the target to complete it within the time limit.
- Try to attempt sample papers of two subjects in a day.
2. Revision regime
- Prepare a time table for each subject and work on it honestly.
- Revise the chapter wise bullet notes given in the support material and class notes.
- Devote extra time on focused areas in the syllabus.
3. Strategy to attempt Long questions
- While learning long answers, break down the long text into simple paragraphs and points.
- Use flow charts, pictorial representations and abbreviated forms to memorize difficult topics.
4. Previous year question papers
- Practice previous year question papers and CBSE Sample papers to have a fair idea about the style and pattern of the question paper of exam.
- Refer to Model answer sheets available on the CBSE website to understand the required presentation of answers (Under Exam Related Material) using the following link :(http://cbse.nic.in/curric_1/mode12018/modelanswers2018.html)
5. Balanced Diet and lifestyle tips
- Eat home cooked healthy meals. Drink enough water. Sleep well before the exam.
- Remember to exercise and meditate after long and tiring practice sessions.
- A relaxed mind can solve questions faster and accurately.
6. Preparation for the day
- Make sure to carry everything required for the examination: admit card, identity proof and stationary permissible for Board Examination.
- Reach examination centre at least 30 minutes before the commencement of exam.
REMEMBER THESE POINTS WHILE YOU ATTEMPT THE QUESTION PAPER
1. Use the first 15 minutes effectively
- As per CBSE, 15 minutes will be given to student only for reading the question paper .Read all the questions carefully and full of concentration.
- While reading, mark the questions into categories - easy, manageable and tough.
- Prioritize your attempt.
- Always attempt the easy questions first and then move on to the manageable ones.
- Ensure that you complete them before taking on the difficult ones
3. Select your options wisely
- Make sure to attempt all the questions and its parts.
- In certain questions you will be provided multiple choices or options. Do not hurry. Choose the easy option carefully.
4. Use simple language
- Write within the word limit. Use to the point and easy to understand language, quote examples and draw diagrams where necessary.
- Mention the question number and the part number.
- Don't forget to write SI Units/other units wherever required.
- Understand the language of the question before you start writing.
5. Legible Handwriting
- Write in legible handwriting with proper margins. Avoid cuttings and using whiteners.
- Use pencil and scale to draw the figures.
- Avoid overwriting
6. Keep an eye on your watch
- Divide the three hours according to the sections and check time regularly.
- Ensure speed and accuracy.
- Complete the question paper on time.
7. Revise your answers
- Ensure that all the additional sheets, Maps etc. are properly tied in sequence.
- Keep 10 minutes in the end to revise your answers for removing the mistakes.