Fear of the board exams is quite common among students and we understand that thoroughly. Our interaction with students has revealed quite a few insights on how you can prepare and ace the CBSE board exams. Even though, the exams are competitive, feel free to share this with your friend who would appreciate your help!
With the pandemic going on, everything is on an ‘ultra pro max’ level of uncertainty. Let’s not add another layer of issues on top of all our existing ones, shall we? So let’s come back to answering our question on how to stop worrying about board exams?
The first step is to analyze and eliminate the fear in you. Ask yourself this question, “What is making me frightened about CBSE board exams” and write down your answer. Obviously, don’t wait for the last day before the exams to ask yourself this question, we need time to prepare too, right? Feel free to make a few points on why you fear the board exams? Now write solutions that you think could reverse them.
If you can’t find a clue, ask your parents, neighbours, friends (confirm their opinion with someone else, more than often, your friends won’t be able to guide you here.) You need to remember that board marks matter for your future and if someone tells you otherwise, look out for any college’s admission criterion, you’d get a good understanding of why it does. Our experts are happy to help you through this too, hit us up!
Now that we have our fears out of the way, we can move on to how to prepare well for the boards. You might’ve heard your parents say it often, MAKE A SCHEDULE! We would add onto it, AND STICK TO IT!
Making a schedule is the easy part and sticking to it is tough. Do not make a schedule just to not stick with it. The process is simple. For example, if you have to study class XII Maths, we would advise you to do the following:
- Convert the entire syllabus into bite-sized chunks of similar topics. Class XII Maths can be divided into Relations and Functions, Algebra, Calculus, Vectors & 3-D, Linear Programming, Probability, etc.
- Based on your learning speed and the time left for the exams, divide these topics to create a weekly schedule until your exam. Make sure to leave 10 days before exams just to revise the syllabus.
- Revise whatever you learn bi-weekly to retain it.
- If you follow this, you’re pretty much guaranteed to ace your exams!
Students also tend to not understand the importance of NCERT material. Practising examples, questions and exercises, are all very important to get a good grade in board exams. Previous year’s papers are also an absolute goldmine!
Studying with friends is fun, group studies can be good, but nothing beats self-study. we repeat, NOTHING BEATS SELF-STUDY! However, self-study is tough and can be strenuous if you don’t understand a concept or struggle with solving problems.
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