There are a lot of method to prepare for board exams. Everyone has a unique way to preparation, here CBSE Rank Holders are trying to explain “How do I get 95% in boards studying during 2 months?” We are here to give you all information.
By Shubham Gera
Yes, You can easily qualify 95% if you start working now.
(Only assuming that half of the year has passed with at least 60%)
I passed the 12th last year with only 94.4% added. And for this moment (December), I used to attend classes. Without self-study.
I started taking the INSTITUTION seriously only after the meeting data sheet came out. (1st week of January).
So, now when you have 10-15 days off.
I just suggest you look for the NCERT books first.
Take the boards seriously.
As most of the time, board practice notes are awarded based on previous boards. Even outsiders also ask him about his performance prior to the meeting.
Not only this, the previous tables will inform you of your current status about how much you are prepared for tables.
Therefore, be sure to get 30/30 in three of the practices.
Now, for theory exams
The first and most important thing is to take the NCERT books. Get through it. The role of the boards constitutes direct NCERT questions.
For chemistry, the NCERT book is more than enough. I would not recommend any reference or books from the previous year.
For mathematics, the questionnaire will surely constitute 50% of NCERT direct questions.
But in math, you need to do jobs from the previous year. For this, obtain a U-shaped book and solve each and every one of the papers. This will help to manage the time to complete the paper in 3 hours. Time management is essential at MATHS meetings.
For physics, it’s going to be a bit difficult compared to other subjects. But if you’re careful with the concepts, 90 + is easy to score
Practice each derivation. Get through the numeric. For physics too, buy U-like and simply solve all solved papers.
For English, time management is equally important. You really do not need to use elegant words in the writing section. Be direct and highlight important points. Make the character sketch for the novel section.
I had physical education as 5th subject. Then, the textbook was enough to find me 96/100.
Rest, good luck for your tables.
I hope you have more than 95 on your boards to answer your family’s calls with pride the day of the result.
By Aditya Rana
I want you to believe that getting notes in CBSE Board Science (I can only speak for this) is a children’s game, believe me, I’ll tell you how:
The most important step in the preparation of the Boards is to solve the work of last year. If you have even paid a little attention in class and have a basic idea of the terminology used in the chapter, look no further and go directly into last year’s articles.
Buy Arihant in the 10-year RESOLVE workbook resolutely and start solving the questions.
You may not feel confident, just start solving the questions. Trust me in this.
You will begin to be more interested in the subject and begin to understand why you were made to learn something and how everything is combined.
You will begin to see a pattern in all the questions. You will see more or less the same questions each year in different ways.
You will notice which topics require more attention.
It is FULLY GOOD to look for solutions to the answers and how they are solved. Give
it your best but if you are not able to solve
it simply observe the solutions, try to replicate it yourself and mark it so you can go back to it.
Understand what is good and what needs to work.
Well, if it’s so simple, why do not everyone do it? Well, maybe because they are not able to find the fun factor and lose interest mainly because of the way we are taught science in school. I was lucky not to attend classes during my school days, so I had to solve most things on my own, and when I needed help I would ask my parents and teachers, but not before I tried my best to solve it. I just had this natural curiosity inside of me.
Imagine if you teach children’s football, they were made to memorize all the history, rules, positions and strategies of the game and, years later, only those who memorized them correctly would be allowed to play football in the field. That sounds absurd and horrible, true. This is how the education system in India is built, but you do not have to wait for it to change, but you must learn to avoid it by keeping things fun.
I may not be able to help you during the whole preparation, but there is something small that I have done:
I have scanned my notes and uploaded them to Google Drive, whose link appears below.
1) The Physics part includes most of the concepts that students find difficult to understand. I tried to simplify them as much as I could.
2) The metallurgy notes include all the basic processes in a structured and organized manner.
3) The Semiconductors folder that I have saved separately and contains most of the knowledge you will need to erase the Cards.
4) This includes the notes for Computer Practices, as well as for those who have Java and MySQL.
I understand that the Boards are no longer considered entrances to engineering universities in India, but obtaining the qualifications in the Boards is very easy if the correct steps are followed.
All the best!!
By Aditya Tomar
Scoring more than 90% in board exams might seem a difficult task, however with the right study habits and hard work, it is easily achievable. Here in this article we’ve shared 10 quick ways to score more than 90% in board exams.
#1. Keep improving your previous exam %.Keep a target of performing better than in the last exams. Make a table of the % scored in each exam. This will show how much you need to score in the upcoming exams.
#2. Stick to your textbooks– Well this doesn’t mean that we’re against reference books. But to score more than 90% in the board exams, stick to the textbooks. Seldom is anything asked apart from the content covered in the syllabus books.
#3. Know your weaknesses– While preparing for the board exams, work on the weak points, scratch them to the depth and get thorough with it.
#4. Time management– An adult should sleep for around 8 hours. Do not waste time in sleeping more than this. Subjects such as biology, physics, chemistry and economics should be studied in the morning. Study for at least 8 hours a day, give equal importance to languages and computer as they help in scoring.
#5. Solve the previous year exam papers since almost 50% questions are from them. Learn all the previously asked questions’ answers thoroughly.
#6.Improve your writing skills by writing mock exams. The presentation should be visually pleasing for the examiner.
#7.Last 3 months play an important role in deciding the final % of your board examination, so utilize this time efficiently. Create a proper time management and giving sufficient time to every subject.
#8. On the night before the board exam– Do not touch new topics, revise what you’ve already learn. Sleep for 8 hours to relax the brain.
#9.On examination day don’t think about those chapters which you have not worked upon. Feel confident about those lessons which are learn well. It increases confidence and removes stress.
#10.Finally when sitting for the exam, in the first 15 minutes read the entire question paper. While reading the questions, plan how you’ll attempt the questions and which ones will be attempted first. Take along pens, pencils, scale and rubber, make diagrams where With these tips, scoring more than 90% in the board exams is not a tough task.