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SPECIAL FINAL REVISION, IMPORTANT QUESTIONS AND TOPIC WISE SUBJECTIVE POINTS UPLOADED FOR CBSE TERM BOARD EXAMS

SPECIAL FINAL REVISION, IMPORTANT QUESTIONS AND TOPIC WISE SUBJECTIVE POINTS UPLOADED FOR CBSE TERM BOARD EXAMS

  • April 03, 2022
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CBSE Term 2: CBSE has released the date sheet for term 2 board examinations, 2022. It can be found on the official website (cbse.gov.in). The examination is to be conducted from April 26th.

 

The examination is set to be conducted in the month of April- May 2022 in pen and paper mode. The syllabus for this year’s board examination is reduced (50%). It will contain both objective and subjective questions.

 

It is believed to be one of the most important exam in a student’s career. There is a lot of anxiety and stress among the students just before the exam.

 

Proper planning and execution will be the key to succeed in these kinds of examinations.

 

There are the important preparation materials with most important questions from respective topics which helps students with revision for their board examination.

 

There are five to six subjects each student has to attend in order to pass the board examinations.

 

As date sheet and latest updates regarding the CBSE term 2 are out. There is a growing curiosity among the students about how to prepare for the examination so that they can succeed with flying colors.

 

Discipline, regularity and sincerity are some of the most important qualities that one need to show to get positive results. CBSE has conducted the Term 1 Board examination in MCQ format.

 

One can also find the chapter-wise mock tests for each subject as per the CBSE guidelines for Term 2.

 

It is very important for the students to keep themselves updated with the latest information provided by the conducting authority of the examination (CBSE). Here are some of the important tips one need to follow:

 

 

FOCUSING STRICTLY ON NCERT:

 

NCERT books are considered to be one of the most important book for the preparation of the board examination. One preparing for boards has to ensure that all the contents in the books are properly read and revised by him/her.

 

One of the most positive thing about the NCERT is that its content is well explained and simple in the form of self-explanatory manner which a student find easy learn and understand.

 

The books contains exercises and question in between and at the end on the chapters to analyze the understanding and intake of one who reads the chapter thoroughly.

 

One of the most important step for last minute preparation is solving all the questions from the NCERT. At the same time it is also important for one to also go through the NCERT solution.

 

It is always suggested to follow NCERT because almost 95% of the total questions in the board examinations are directly from the NCERT.

 

There may be some changes in the number but the pattern of NCERT is strictly followed by the teachers preparing the question of CBSE Board examination.

 

Focusing on one simple book can also help a student in concentrating properly. Rather than following lengthy supplement books, follow a simple one and revise it multiple times.

 

 

PREPARATION OF NOTES AND IMPORTANT QUESTIONS

 

After going through the topic, one must have an idea about the type of questions which can be generated from the topic and their possibilities of appearing in the examination.

 

One has to be ready for any type of question which can be asked in the examination to secure a good rank. For this, one has to prepare topic wise note of questions from each chapter.

 

Solve them and analyze their solutions. After going through so many school tests and NCERT exercises questions, it will be easy for one to predict some of the most likely questions which can be asked in the board examination.

 

This can help one in many ways. One is while solving the questions prepared by self, deep revision is done of the important topics. Secondly, one can also learn the correct way to build an answer.

 

Writing practice must be done while solving the questions. Because marks are provided on the basis of the structure of the answer. Question should be divided on the basis of marks they provide.

 

Long questions should be given more importance because they form bulk of the question paper and can help you score maximum of marks. There should be a different section for one word answers and definitions too.

 

 

SOLVING SAMPLE PAPERS WITH PROPER TIME MANAGEMENT:

 

Some say, practice makes a man perfect. For students preparing for board examination, nothing can be better than solving sample papers.

 

Many teachers and principals always recommend sample papers for the last minute preparation because they help in two ways. One, they help students to overcome the fear, stress and anxiety of the examination.

 

Secondly, sample papers helps one in understanding the pattern and type of questions which can be asked. Solving sample papers makes a lot of difference during the examination.

 

One gains a lot of confidence by solving ten to fifteen sample papers before appearing the examination. Keeping the track of time while solving sample papers can help one in managing time during the actual examination.

 

Time management is very crucial because there are some of the cases in which students, even after knowing the correct answer fail to write it because of the poor time management.

 

There are some of the sample papers released by the CBSE (conducting body of the examination). In short, they help the students in developing tools to divide the time for questions.

 

 

PRACTICISING WRITING OF ANSWERS ACCORDING TO THE SELF EVALUATION CHARTS:

 

There has been a growing concern among the students is that how will they able to write lengthy answers for the subjective questions that too without offline classes.

 

Students are not clear enough with their basics in order to write value points according to the question. A self-evaluation chart is very important for one to improve the structure of the answer so that they don’t lose marks unnecessarily.

 

One can practice their sample papers and then evaluate their shortcomings with the help of the self-evaluating charts. They will help students in identifying the missing points in the answer or correcting the important steps.

 

Prepare a self-evaluation chart similar to that of CBSE paper checklist style. It can be easily found on the internet.

 

CBSE has published a marking scheme document to help the teachers how students should answer the question in order to attain the required marks.

 

It will help the student in rectifying their own mistakes and assess them to build up their weakness.                         

                                                            

Last moments before the examination can be very stress full. It is a probability that one might panic due to feeling of incomplete revision due to shortage of time. It can be used as a period of consolidation.

 

Discussing weak topics with friends appearing for the same examination can help one in building up confidence. Reviewing summaries and short notes rather than the whole text book can help one in managing time and revising properly.

 

It is not possibly feasible to go through all the long notes altogether just before the examination. Avoid using technologies for the means of education as much as possible. Use pen and paper and focus on hand written notes.

 

Avoid stress and panic because it will be of no good because a positive attitude will help you more than anything else in the examination. By following the above mentioned steps, one can easily secure good marks.

 

 

ALL THE BEST!

 

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