CBSE Class 10 and 12 Board Exams Starts from 15 February. Only few hours are left! With the tick tock of clock mind is getting continuous thought of revising all the topics prepared yet. Last minute revision before appearing for the exams is really helpful to score more marks in board exams. There is no special success mantra for scoring good marks in exams. So, without wasting a single second take a quick glance over the last minute revision tips.
#1 Make Your Mind Stress Free
The first and the most important thing is to make your mind ready for remember the things and this is possible when you stop over thinking. Do not think how much has left or what will happen tomorrow or how will be question paper. Just focus first on the things which you have study until today and start recalling them with fresh and calm mind.
#2 Make Small Key Notes
Studying while writing helps to understand better as well as helps to concentrate more. While revising any topic it is advised to keep writing the important points at one place. Practice the diagrams on the paper and if any topic involve formulas then do remember the formulas by writing them on paper without the help of book.
#3 NCERT Topics Priority
Do not get confuse from where to start and what to study. Just stick to the NCERT topics only. Do not get extra burden by studying the topics given in the other reference book. You can go through them later when you have completed with your NCERT topics. It is advised to CBSE class 10th and 12th students to study all the topics thoroughly including the questions given in the coloured boxes.
#4 Sample Papers/ Previous Year Question Papers
At the end pick any 2 or 3 sample papers and start solving it just like you are giving your exam and analyse your preparation level. If you have previous year question papers then go through them and take an overview of the types of questions has come in last two to three years.
#5 Stay Healthy
Keep your mind and body healthy by taking proper diet and sleep before exam night. While studying also give your mind proper breaks. Go for a evening walk for half an hour or do what you like to do in your free time like playing badminton or listening music.
More than 33 lakhs students are going to appear for 2020 exams at the national level. As per the official data available around 12,88,054 students from class 12th are going to appear for exams. While 21,64,367 students of class 10th are going to appear for exams. CBSE Class 10 and 12 Board Exams Starts from 15 February. Examination timings are from 10:30 am to 1:30 pm.
Both regular and private candidates need to appear for the exams along with their admit card issued by the board, school identity card as well as the aadhar card or the driving licence.
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