How To Prepare For CBSE Board Exams

Final CBSE board exams are just round the corner and your effective study in the coming weeks will play a major role in your exam. The real potential of students can easily be seen in these exams as the NCERT books provides a simple standard than any other board. Boards have always been a crucial part of Indian education system.

CBSE(Central Board of secondary education), most popular school education boards in India. The Board also conducts JEE Exam (Joint Entrance Exam)main and AIPMT(All India Pre-Medical Test). This means that AIPMT and JEE Main syllabus is somewhat similar to CBSE Class 11 and CBSE class 12th syllabus. Besides, CBSE class 12 board exam plays a big role in getting you good engineering college or medical seat by the considerable weightage of your board exam scores. Preparations for CBSE board exams and entrance level exams have always gone together. So, it’s clear that the best performance in your secondary exams will place you best in your future.
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To achieve the best balance of both the worlds, you have to prioritize really well. You need to carefully select the reference material and formulate a structured timeline but the best thing is it’s not as difficult as it sounds.

Read how easily you can prepare for your 12th CBSE board exams and score good marks.

1. If you follow your NCERT Books for exam preparation, 75% of your job is done. These books include everything what you need to read in board exams. Read the chapters thoroughly and practice exercise given at the end of every chapter. Start your board examinations 4-5 months earlier by reading NCERT book.

2. Solve at least 5 to 10 questions of Mathematics, Physics and chemistry daily without any failure.

3. Start your preparation with easy topics and proceed gradually to the difficult ones. Brush up your basics and you will find that most of the difficult topics will break up into simple and easy concepts.

4. It is important for all the biology students to practice all the important diagrams. Use flowcharts and cycles to learn all the lengthy processes.

5. Refer to the previous year question paper for better practice of your topics. Start solving different sample papers, this is where board preparation differs from school exam preparation. Go for some reference books to understand your topics better. Practising different sample papers will make you confident about your exam.

On the final exam day, don’t worry about the topics that you have not covered. There are many chapters that do not carry more than 4-5 marks. So, you are still safe to hit off good score by effectively answering to all those topics that you have prepared well.


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