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HOW TO PREPARE AND SCORE GOOD MARKS IN BOARD EXAMS?If we talk about board examinations preparation, it is not of one or two weeks. Many students have a perception that they will start studying a few weeks before the examinations and will be able to score good marks. Indeed, they can. But the scores are average. If you are among those students who want average marks or just want to pass your examination then preparation of a few weeks or days before the examinations is sufficient. However now a days average marks are considered nothing. Every one wants good marks. For that you need to start your academic syllabus from the month of April itself. You should make some strategies of finishing up with your syllabus by the end of november, so that the last two to three months could be properly devoted to the revision work. Not yet started??? Then what are you waiting for, it’s never too late. Start your preparations.
SOME POINTS TO SCORE GOOD MARKSDown below We have provided you with some points regarding the process of your study. Here are some preparation points you need to follow.
- Start studying from the month of APRIL only. Practicing and learning daily makes it easy for you to cover the entire syllabus without any difficulties.
- You also need to keep on revising what you have studied. Make a day for example Keep sundays for revision work. On this day, you will revise everything you have studied in the entire week.
- Write what you are learning. It will help you memorizing concepts faster and for a long term.
- Conduct tests for yourself. It can be monthly or weekly.
- You need to make a proper time table where you have to distribute your time among all the subjects. Some subjects require lesser time than the other subjects. But devote time to each and every subject.
- Do not keep a misconception that language subjects are easy and could be done on the day of exams or on preparatory leave days. You need to give time to them also.
SOME MORE POINTS
- Once you complete your syllabus start solving previous years question papers. There are a number of model papers available in the market. Purchase them and try solving a number of sample papers. There are various advantages of solving sample/ model papers. All these advantages are discussed down below.
- Involve your friends also. Keeping all your funny gossips aside start asking and solving your doubts. Friends are the ones because of whom you sway away from your path. You know what is right for yourself. Give your friends a break and focus on your studies. Tell them to study and focus too.
- Study according to the latest pattern.
- Give yourself a taste of board examinations. Lock yourself in a room for three hours and solve a question paper. See how much you know. Were you able to complete the paper on time, that is within three hours? What were the topics and questions you were not able to attempt? This practice will definitely work and help you. You need to try these. Try this the maximum number of time you can.
- Never hesitate to get your doubts clear from your teachers. They are the best way to learn. Still if you have doubts surf net.
ROLE OF SAMPLE PAPERS IN THE PREPARATION PROCESSSample papers are the best way to gear oneself up for any assessment.Sample papers will help you to know where you stand and how you will perform in the final show. Moreover it increases your self confidence and you become familiar with the layout of the question paper. Candidates realize the amount of time they need to give to each question. These sample papers brush up your knowledge. Also it helps you in enhancing your speed, getting your concepts clear through practice. Most of all it is a source of practice.
TIPS TO FOLLOW IN EXAMINATION HALLIn this paragraph, we are going to provide you all with some important tips while you are sitting in an Examination Hall. If you are going to follow these tips in the examination hall you will definitely be benefited.
- TIP1: Read the question paper thoroughly. A thorough read is very important. Focus on every part of the question paper.
- TIP2: Start solving the paper. Write whatever you know in the first go.
- TIP3: If you have solved most of the paper then it’s good. But if not then again read the paper and write the related answers.
- TIP4: Start devoting your time to the questions you are not sure about.
- TIP5: Do not give all your time to a single question, if you are not able to solve it in two or three goes. Keep it for last.
- TIP6: Proper numbering is very important.
- TIP7: Write only what is asked for. Do not over elaborate. Just stick to the point.
- TIP8: Save time for 5 marks questions.
- TIP9: Concentrate on your paper.
- TIP10: Do not be conscious. Have confidence in what you have learnt.
- TIP11: Attempt every question.
- TIP12: Write your answers neatly.