CBSE Class 12 and 10 Preparation Strategy 2023
The Central Board of Secondary Education’s (CBSE) Class 10 and Class 12 board exams play a pivotal role in the academic career of a student as they have a significant impact on shaping one’s career trajectory. As per the information, the CBSE Board Exam 2023 is set to begin from February 15, 2023. With just three months left, many students might stand clueless about how to prepare for the examinations within a competitive deadline.
However, by following an effective study plan in a disciplined manner while keeping exam stress at bay, students can bag the desired scores even within a short span of preparation.
EFFECTIVE TIPS TO PREPARE FOR CBSE BOARD EXAM 2023:
Understanding the syllabus
The smartest way to prepare effectively for the CBSE board exams in a limited time period is by being aware of the syllabus and the exam pattern. A clear understanding of the CBSE Syllabus and the exam pattern can significantly reduce the stress on the students and help them easily get prepared for the exams.
The syllabus can guide the students regarding the topics about which the questions can be asked.
Time schedule and study plan
After gaining a thorough understanding of the syllabus, the next step for students should be to chalk out a full schedule and follow it rigorously. Preparing an effective study plan includes time management and studying according to the syllabus, which will help a student complete preparation for all the subjects on time.
Sample question papers
Solving sample question papers can be an effective strategy for preparing for any examination. CBSE Sample question papers can help a student understand the types of questions that can be asked during the exam and also provide insight into the exam pattern.
CBSE has also released its sample papers for all the subjects. Class 10 and 12 students can visit the official academic website of CBSE,i.e.,cbseacademic.nic.in to check and practice the same.
Strategic preparation might not be enough for a student to excel in the CBSE Board exams if s/he is not revising the topics deliberately. After covering the entire syllabus, the key to scoring high marks is by revising the important chapters and topics.
While most students will aggressively prepare for the exams, especially within a limited time span, taking breaks from time to time can be effective for maintaining good mental and physical health.
This article is authored by Ms. Alka Kapur, Principal, Modern Public School