It’s All About Board Exams!
Board exams of 2015 are approaching and the date sheet is already out. Students are burning the mid night fuel to get good marks.
As exams are commencing from 2nd of March; students, parents and teachers all have pulled their socks up and are working hard for achieving good results.12th standard gives us a bundle of memories that includes our friends, teachers and of course our farewell.
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It is a turning point in our life where on one side students feel sad for leaving their school and at the same time they are full of excitement to start a new life. But between all this, the concern of everyone remainsthe same- ‘Boards’. According to experts, boards are similar to our normal school exams and it is just our perception that makes us think that they are difficult. Yes, they are crucial but taking them lightly is the only way out to perform better.
So, what all are the quick tips to master the boards.
1. Irrespective of your stream the most important thing is to chalk out a schedule for yourself. It should at least include 8 hour of study time, so that you can manage your time for each and every subject.
2.Start revision with your strong subjects as it would boost your confidence and you will be able to save time for the subject that is comparatively weak.
3.Don’t take Englishlightly regardless of whetheryou are a science student or a commerce student. Revise English on a regular basis as it would play a vital role in your aggregate percentage.
4.Take a quick recap of all the formulas you have in your subjects. In chemistry or in Accountancy and if you are not able to recall them make a list of them and paste them in your room, so that they can be set in your brain.
5.If you are a commerce student, do not leave theory for the last day. Because it can help you to fetch good marks if you get stuck in practical.
6.Do a thorough preparation for practicals: They are such a boon for students because if you perform well in practicals you can easily score full marks and that will help in your aggregate marks of that particular subject.
7.Do not forget to Relax: Do not work in pressure, take a break while studying as that would help you to retain everything that you have learnt so far.
One World News wishes you All the Best for the board exams. These simple seven tips can help you deal with the pressure of board exams.
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