Top 5 CBSE Toppers Tips To Ace The Exam – Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) has started class 10 and class exams from February 15, 2020 with the skill subjects. We all know that exams are related to stress, anxiety, sleepless nights and many more things. Adding a word “Board” to it doubles the stress levels among the students and parents. Here, we are with some relief factors for you all!! Given below are some of the preparation tips of the toppers of class 10th and 12th. The students can have a look at it to know how they managed to score well and top the exam.
Top 5 CBSE Toppers Tips to ace the exam
#Hansika Shukla (CBSE 2019 Topper)
There is no secret behind my success. I was very regular and consistent throughout the year. Also, I used to revise everything for more than once. What I did? I used to study for an hour and then take a break of 10 to 15 minutes. NCERT books are sufficient to prepare for the exam. But you should know which topic is more important and need more time to cover. You can discuss it with your teachers and concentrate on the notes provided by them more.
I expected to score above 90% but never though of becoming the topper. I was never a book worm and just used to follow one schedule. Set a target everyday and complete it by the end of the day. Also, make it a habit of revising everything at the time of the day. Also, do not take much stress during this. Just believe in yourself and go for it.
#Shivani Lath (10th Topper)
I expected to score above 98% but never thought that I would top the class 10th exam. My mother has been a constant support during my exam days. She used to keep on encouraging me to study more. My study mantra was not to study for hours and hours continuously. But yes, I used to make sure that I give my best while studying. I used to make notes and note down the important points every time. Then keep on revising them.
#Apoorva Jain (10th Topper)
Persistent hard work, consistent efforts and determination made me a topper. Papers were easy but I never thought that I would top the board exam. During my exams, my mother used to give me so much motivation. I used to study for 7 to 8 hours in a day with a short breaks of 10 to 15 minutes in between. According to me, NCERT books are enough to prepare for the theory exam. Give more time to the subjects which you find difficult to study. Break your answers into points. This will help you in scoring better.
#Ankur (Class 10th Topper)
I was surprised to see my result. My exams went good and was not knowing that I would top. I never used to make a time table. I used to set my goals and manage my time accordingly. Apart from this, I concentrated more on the topics which my teachers told us as important. I just want to say that focus on one thing at one particular time. If you keep on mugging up things.
CBSE class 10th and 12th Result 2020 is expected to be available by the month of May. More than 31 lakhs students have appeared for CBSE board exams 2020. Passing percentage for class 10th and 12th students is 33%.
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