Effective Techniques to Answer in CBSE Board

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CBSE Board exams always comes with lots of stress, sleepless nights, troubled thoughts, fast pulse, trembling hands and much more. Your brain is blended with different topics, questions, formulas, theorems and other content. You may be finished with your exam preparations but still in a fear to lose marks or forget important answers while writing. This nervousness tends you to lose concentration and drags you behind from performing well in the exams.

We are here with some golden tips and techniques to answer well in CBSE Board examinations.

Read the instructions carefully – On the exam day, before moving forward to solve questions, dig into instruction section of question paper. Capture all the compulsory questions in your mind and choose some good questions from choice questions. Marks are often lose by nervous or over-confident students who overlook instructions and made mistakes.

Read the questions carefully – Go through the whole paper first and then re-read each question to understand the actual requirement. Split the question into different parts which attracts more marks than others. Plan your time so that you don’t miss any question.

Select best questions: Mark all the questions you might answer and then check if you could fully understand it. Check if you have some relevant knowledge, evidence and ideas related to the questions you choose to answer.

Plan before you Answer – Even if you are stressed up working under time constraints at the exam hall, make sure to plate your ideas clearly and beautifully.

● Underline the important point in answer.

● Explain your answers in points

● Leave good space between two answers

● Highlight key words

Answer all the questions which attracts more marks and don’t waste too much time on questions which attracts a very few marks.

If you are unable to understand that how to start answering a question that asks you to explain briefly, imagine that you are explaining it to your friend. This will help you in framing your answer.


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