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How to prepare for Board Examination

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How to prepare for Board Examination

Board conduct class 10 and 12 Board exams every year in every part of the state in India. Schools which are affiliated are required to adhere with the course curriculum designed for the class 10 and class 12. They have suggested the board suggested Books to read and learn to compete for the higher world.

Board has designed their class 10 and class 12 curriculum in such a way so that they can learn some of the very important chapters which are essential for the students to get ready for the higher educations.

In India, Boards are now considered as the one of the main and famous Boards for basic to higher education. Since Board is one for the famous Boards among the students therefore, there is very huge competition in the Board class 10 and class 12 exams to gain maximum percentage in the exams. Thus, students appearing for the Board exams should prepare very carefully and strategically.

Hence, looking for the huge competition among the students several points are mentioned to how to prepare for the class 10 and class 12 Board exams. They are:

Preparation before exams start:

By understanding, Divide preparation as per below percentage:

            Above 95% marks

            Between 90% to 95.99%

            below 89.99%

3 months before exam date preparation:

1. Should understand the weakness and strength of each subjects

2. Should mark which all subjects that they can score highest and which all not.

4. Start preparation for the subjects which are less than 89.99%.

  • Arrange the Question bank for the last 2-3 years which has came in class 10 and class 12
  • Start taking the private tuitions/coaching to prepare if in case not able to learn / study fast.
  • Try to learn the pattern of questions came in the exams.
  • Start studying the chapters which had not came for the last these years and then chapters which have came.
  • You may also take help from private coaching incase not able to solve and/or learn more.

5. Once the above points are covered then look for the subjects which are between 90% to 95.99%.

  • Start taking test and prepare for the more type of questions.
  • Be critical while answering the question attempted to get 100% sure that you are well versed with the subject/chapters.
  • You may take help of private coaching or tuition if in case not able to prepare.

2 months before exam date preparation:

Follow the 3 months preparation strategy again.

1 month before exam date preparation:

1. Start evaluating the subjects based on readiness

2. Start for revisions for the subject where least prepared to max. preparation.

4. Check subjects critically which are less than 89.99%.

  • Start taking the private tuitions/coaching to prepare if in case not able to learn / study fast.
  • Try to learn the pattern of questions came in the exams.
  • Start studying the chapters which had not came for the last these years and then chapters which has came.
  • You may also take help from private coaching incase not able to solve and/or learn more.

5. Once the above points are covered then look for the subjects which are between 90% to 95.99%.

  • Start taking test and prepare for the more type of questions.
  • Be critical while answering the question attempted to get 100% sure that you are well versed with the subject/chapters.
  • You may take help of private coaching or tuition if in case not able to prepare.

1 week before the Board exams:

1. Start doing revision based on exam datesheet.

2. Feel confident about he subjects which are week.

3. Do not get tense about the subjects which are least prepare, just start understanding them and not stressed yourself, if not getting it.

4. Take proper sleep and study tactically and do revision.

How to plan:

Students can also talk to their teachers, peers and seniors about what they should study and what plan they should follow in the last days after full syllabus completion. 

Exam strategy:
Students should realistically take up each subject and go through all the topics and chapters in it. The strategy will be made in the way that it should perfect blend of learning and revising the syllabus. Try all the modern technique to answer the question and do not skip studying diagrams, tables or graphs in the textbook.

Practising v/s studying:
Solving the past 2-3 year question papers is also very good idea to understand the exam patterns and popular questions while Practising a ready question bank and mock tests will further help you prepare the right questions.

Small measures which will help a lot:
Students in this exam tension should not ignore important formulae, notes and dates which are important for almost all subjects. They should learn,understand and write these points, formulae, theorems, and definitions.

During the exam, it is advisable to write long, descriptive answers in points and give pictorial or graphical illustrations wherever possible. This enhances visibility.

What pre-boards aim to do:
Pre-boards are preliminary tests which help you understand the weak subjects. Hence, Working on weaknesses would help in building confidence level
 

Remember:
Believe in yourself; there is still time to improve your performance and score better marks. Do not panic; push yourself harder and make sure that you are poised to face the final board examination. 

Create a proper timeline:
 A timetable helps students to prioritise and take care of the important and weaker sections first.
It helps you procrastinate less and gives you the freedom to plan your schedule the way you want. While you have allotted additional time to master those tricky subjects, do not ignore the other lessons.

Preparing notes will go a long way:
Revising the whole syllabus from scratch may seem impossible in the limited time available. Therefore, prepare short notes and list out the main points or draw diagrams that can help you recall all the answers quickly.

Refer to previous years’ question papers:
This technique will boost your confidence. You will be able to understand the kind of questions to be expected in the exam and prepare accordingly. Especially, look at the weightage of marks allotted for those areas you find difficult and work upon them.
Solving past papers help you to get used to the format of the questions and spend adequate amount of time on each section. Solve questions of varying difficulty and try to finish them during the allotted time as mentioned on the question paper.

Close Group study may help:
Studying in a group can help you tackle those difficult areas and learn faster. Students will find it easier to discuss the topic with your friends who can help you fix the problem areas and introduce you to better study techniques. 

## The above suggestions are made based on general understanding. No Research is being done but made based on some feedback and basic understanding. The process of learning may vary students to students hence, they should talk to their parents and teachers also if in case they require. 

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