CBSE Board Exams 2021: 7 Useful Tips to Get Good Marks in Boards
On 31st December 2020, Education Minister Ramesh Pokhriyal ‘Nishank’ announced the date of the CBSE board exams. The examination will be held from 4th of May 2021 to 10th of June 2021 and the results will be declared on 15th of July 2021 for both class 10th and 12th examinations.
The long wait for the declaration of exam dates is finally over but it has led students to buckle up and start preparing for the examinations in full swing. If you’re appearing for your class 10th or 12th CBSE board examinations in 2021, here are a few tips that can come in handy to score high marks.
1) Prepare a Time Table
Proper planning is the key to performing well. Without a precisely planned time table, you won’t be able to achieve your target. Start dividing your time for each subject and follow the same so that you have enough time to complete the syllabus along with the revision.
2) Practice Previous Year Papers
Practicing previous years CBSE question papers is a tried and tested strategy to prepare for board examinations. Not only it helps in testing your preparation but also in understanding the marking schemes and how answers are evaluated in board exams.
3) Revise with Your Handwritten Notes (Short Notes)
Students are advised to prepare handwritten study materials to understand the essence of a subject in an easy to understand manner. Keep revising the same every now and then to visualize the concepts easily during the exams.
4) Filter Important Topics
30% of the CBSE syllabus has already been reduced. So, it will be easier for the students to filter down high-scoring topics that are more likely to be asked in the board exams. It will help you in managing your time efficiently.
5) Focus on Rectifying Your Mistakes
“Every weakness contains within itself a strength.”
― Shusaku Endo
You will be the best person to identify your weaknesses and strengths. It’s time to rectify your mistakes, work on your weaknesses and turn them into your strengths by investing time in the topics that give you chills so that you never repeat them.
6) Avoid Distractions
We understand that spending time on games, social media and watching television is quite tempting but can land you in trouble. The best bet is to jail your gadgets and other distractions and focus on your studies for the board exams.
7) Take Breaks and Start Again
Studying continuously can hamper your grasping power. It is advised to take regular, short-time breaks and start studying again with new enthusiasm. Sleep for at least 6 hours to keep your brain focused and healthy.
The long wait for board exam dates is over. It is high time to open your books, focus on your studies, clear your doubts, and give your best in your examination. No need to fear or panic. If you need, we are here for you. Inception Guide’s rigorous classroom programs, in-depth study materials, and experienced faculties can help you stay motivated and score more. Join our Crash Course for last-minute preparation and pass with flying colours. Contact us at +91-7698011021, +91-9173920007.