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SUBJECT SPECIFIC TIPS CLASS-XII
• While attempting Note making, do not write complete sentences. Use short phrases.
• For summary don't copy paste lines from the passage. Write in your own words.
• Writing Notice/ Advertisement/Poster/ Invitation in a box should be preferred.
• It is' preferable to have at least 3 paragraphs in writing skills questions like Letter /Debate / Speech /Article/Report writing to give introduction, details and suggestions.
• Make sure to write the heading of Notice/ Advertisement/Article/Report.
• While attempting questions of Poem extract, copying the lines of the extract as answer is a bad practice. Remember the name of the Poem and the Poet along with the poetic devices.
• Attempt all the questions section -wise.
• Language of the answer must be simple, clear, precise and to the point.
• Instead of attaching Map in the answer sheet draw table as per the table instructions given
in the question and practice to write the correct answer as per the desired tabular format.
• Practice to answer cartoon/picture based questions and adheres to word limit as per weightage.
• Use Mnemonics to remember long points/lengthy information.
• Use timeline to remember concepts.
• Consult map while studying specific topic for example Magadha and Maurya Empire. If the
same is studied in consultation with map, it helps in pictorial memorization and identification of location in map.
• Prepare statement based, case study type and picture based questions very thoroughly.
• Practice illustrations and diagrams of Standardization Marks given to different foodstuffs, consumer products and fabrics, Laundry symbols, Food labels, Elements of art and principles of design, Clothing labels, logo of MGNREGA.
• Special emphasis should be given on these topics-Specific issues and concerns of adolescents, anger management, care of elderly, Importance of meal planning, Diet modification at different stages, Common adulterants.
• Learn difference in types of income, Comparison of various investment schemes, Consumer problems and aids, Steps of filing complaint in consumer court, Storage of clothes, Water safety, MGNREGA and DWCRA, Career options in Home Science.
• The student must understand and learn derivations of each chapter. Should do sufficient written practice of Derivation.
• They must practice to solve the numerical (examples) given in the NCERT Book.
• They must practice for diagram/graph based questions given in question papers of past five
years CBSE papers.
• Revise the formulae of the whole syllabus once in a day.
• Key points in answers must be underlined.
• Learn chemical equations in the form of flow-chart.
• Learn p-block and d- and f- block for 1 and 2 marks questions.
• Make a table to learn the topic well in case of polymers and chemistry in everyday life.
• For chapter 1, 2, 3 and 4 on physical chemistry, learn important formula for solving numerical problems. First write correct formula and then solve the numerical.
• Be focused on specific chapters instead of covering all chapters.
• Reaction mechanism must be thoroughly revised i.e. SN1, SN2, p elimination, nucleophilic addition of carbonyl components, Dehydration of alcohol etc.
• Remember 20 — 25 name reactions from NCERT books.
• For coordination compounds, prepare a chart of isomerism.
• Do enough written practice and do not cram a night before exam.
• In order to do well in Mathematics you need to read the question, understand it thoroughly, and then apply the method/theorem/formula as required.
• Know the question paper pattern. Put extra effort in chapters that have high weightage and these chapters must be mastered.
• Practice mock test papers and revise the formulae thoroughly. Do proper revision before and enter the examination hall with an air of confidence.
• Write a solution with a formula applied coding on the right hand side of steps of solution. At last write solution in a box.
• Be Neat and accurate in your exam, always look at what is asked in the question and also the number of marks allocated to it. Devote the time accordingly.
• Do the rough work in a margin.
• Revise the answer sheet before submission.
• Diagrams must be drawn in only those questions in which it is required/ mandatory. So, try to avoid diagrams in those questions in which it is not asked in question paper.
• In statements based questions suitable reasons should be given because it is mandatory otherwise no marks are awarded.
• In numerical questions, first of all correct formula should be written and then question should be solved step-wise.
• Special attention should be paid on long answer questions e.g. questions related to consumer's equilibrium, producer's equilibrium, chain effects of change in demand and supply, inflationary gap and deflationary gap, objectives of budget etc.
• While making formats of Journal/ Ledger/Balance sheet or any statement use pencil first and not the pen.
• Do not forget to write Dr., Cr., Narrations in journal entries and sign of new Indian rupee symbol.
• Special emphasis should be given on these topics- Not-for-Profit Organization (treatment of subscription and consumable items), items to be shown in balance sheet under different heads, sub heads, Comparative and Common Size Statement, Ratio Analysis, Partnership Fundamentals(past adjustment and guarantee), dissolution (journal entries) topics.
• To solve case studies, read the case study carefully to understand the questions. Write answers by applying the concept.
• Special emphasis should be given to these important topics - Coordination, Fayol's & Taylor's principles of management, Dimensions of business environment, Delegation & Decentralization, Recruitment and Selection, Leadership and Communication, Money Market & Capital Market, SEBI, Marketing Mix, Sales Promotion Techniques, Rights and Responsibility of Consumers and Redressal Machinery.
• Write your answers in points and use illustrations like charts, graphs and cartoons wherever required.
Adopted from a CBSE Circular 2018-19