New Delhi, Mar 2: The CBSE Board Exams 2018 for class 10 and 12 students are just around the corner. The CBSE Board Exams 2018 are starting from March 5. Scoring over 90 per cent is only possible if you have had been studying throughout the year. However, it is still not impossible to score good enough if you have been revising all that you have already read and learned. Just keep revising what you already know. Don’t touch any big topic in the last days but do make sure that you have covered all the important topics and formulae for the CBSE class 10 and 12 board exams 2018. (ALSO READ: CBSE Board Exam 2018: Last Minute Tips For Class 10, 12 Students to Score More) Also Read - CBSE Plans to Offer Skill Courses to Students of Classes 6 to 11 From Next Academic Session
Listed are some of the tips that students could use in the last few days of the exams. Also, watch the video for the expert advice on class 10, 12 board exams 2018. Also Read - Focus on E-Study, Learning Activities: NCERT to Develop Alternative Calendar for CBSE Classes 1-12
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FOLLOW THESE TIPS FOR CLASS 10, 12 BOARD EXAMS 2018
You could use help from your friends but group studies never help. At the end of the day, only self-studies would take you through.
In these last few days, practice last year question papers in the allocated time.
Practice formulae, theorems, and derivations on paper.
Compete with yourself. If you cleared a 5 mark question in 1 minute, next time, try clearing it in 0:30 seconds. This was just for an example.
Don’t try to cover literally EVERYTHING in last few day. Anxiety does make us cover everything but no. Just revise what you have already done. If you try covering everything now, you won’t have time to revise what you have learned and second, you won’t be able to learn what new you are learning.
Take multiple tests.
Stop being on Facebook, Twitter and other entertainment media stuff for a few days now. You’d be back at it, chill.
Do take regular breaks.
Drink lots of water to stay hydrated.