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CBSE Board Exam: Tips and Tricks to score 90% marks in Class 10 and 12 Board Exams in 100 Days

Posted By Admin on December 10, 2017

 

CBSE Board Exam: Tips and Tricks to score 90% marks in Class 10 and 12 Board Exams in 100 Days

 

CBSE has not declared the date sheet for 10th and 12th board exam so far. It is expected that CBSE board exams 2018 will start from 1st week of March 2018. Class 10th and 12 students have nearly 100 days (including exam period) for their preparation. Keeping in mind the pressure on board students, experts at Moducation are providing the best study plan for class 10th and 12th board exams. With this plan students can utilise the remaining time in most efficient way. After following this plan properly, students can score more than 90% marks.

Even if you have not prepared for the CBSE board exams so far, you should not worry. This is the right time to start your preparation so you can start your preparation right now by following the study plan given below.

It is expected that you have studied all the chapters mentioned in latest CBSE Syllabus 2017 – 2018. For revision purpose, you can also take help of study material prepared by experts at Moducation from the links given below

 

Monthly Study Plan to score 90% in CBSE 10th and 12thBoard Exams 2018:

 

What to Study in December During Pre Board Exams:

December is the time for pre board examinations in most of the CBSE schools. Sometimes, CBSE 10th and 12th students do not prepare for pre-board exams seriously because the marks obtained in pre boards are not added to the final board marks. However, these pre-board exams are very important and must be attempted seriously with an honest effort because Pre-board exams provide real time scenario similar to the CBSE board exams. From these exams, students can easily identify their weaknesses and information about what they need to study. Moducation faculty advise all students to go through Class 10/12 Marking Scheme and CBSE toppers answer sheets (released by CBSE) before appearing in Pre - Board Examinations.

Answer Sheet of CBSE Class 12 Toppers

Answer Sheet of CBSE Class 10 Toppers

Marking Scheme for CBSE Class 10 Board Exam 2018

Marking Scheme for CBSE Class 12 Marking Scheme 2018

 

How to Prepare for Boards in January 2018 Once CBSE Board Exam 2018 Date Sheet will be released?

CBSE 10th & 12th board exam 2018 Date Sheet is expected to be released in the first week of January. Students preparing for CBSE board exam must plan (re-plan) their study accordingly immediately after the release of the Date Sheet for board exams. It is expected that every students must have studied the complete Syllabus, by the end of December.

CBSE has also issued sample papers (like every year) to help students in understanding the latest examination pattern. During January, students must solve CBSE sample papers based on the latest board exam pattern and marking scheme. It is very difficult to score well without solving CBSE 12th and 10th practice papers.

During this month students advised to revise formulae and concepts (or short notes) for every chapter and then solve chapterwise questions from previous year CBSE Board Papers. Solving previous year CBSE question papers of last 10 years is the key to score above 90% in CBSE board examinations because questions based on the concepts given in previous year CBSE question papers are repeated frequently in CBSE Class 10 or 12 board exams. Very frequently questions are repeated from previous year papers.

Students can also attempt few CBSE Guess papers specially prepared for students who are going to appear for CBSE 10th and 12th board exam 2018.

Sample Paper for CBSE Class 10 Exam 2018

Sample Paper for CBSE Class 12 Exam 2018

CBSE Class 10 Guess Papers

CBSE Class 12 Guess Papers

 

How to Study in February, the Last Month Before Final Board Exam 2018:

(Revise & Practice: Don’t study anything new)

One should devote this month for revision purpose only. Do not study anything new in this month as you may get stuck in any new topic during last moment and it may add more confusion and may also result in wastage of precious time.

Students should revise NCERT textbook summery, Formulae and Concepts in Moducation App & hand written notes prepared by themselves. Try solving at least 2 papers on daily basis.

Stop using Facebook, Twitter and other social media websites. Usually students get involved in unnecessary conversations and discussions on these social sites which leads to emotional stress and hence wastage of time.

So, be honest to yourself and uninstall all other apps not related to your board exams to follow your study timetable.

 

What to Study in March During Board Exams :

(Give your Best in CBSE Board Exams 2018)

NO new chapter should be prepared during board exam period. During board examinations students do not have enough time to study entire syllabus in details. Therefore, they should focus only on the important highlighted concepts and summery of all chapters. Students can use self made notes (which they might have prepared while studying) and the important concepts and Formulae prepared by Moducation Experts.

They should also solve CBSE guess papers because guess papers include important questions for CBSE board examination and such questions are asked in board exams.

Moducation experts advise you not to read each and every line of NCERT at this stage because it is not possible now.

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