Board Exams Preparation: Rules, Tips & Tricks
The Central Board of Secondary Education which is controlled and managed by the Union Government of India have started to conduct exam. This year the board is prepared with every precaution to prevent paper leaking, cheating, and other malpractices. CBSE conducts final exam in the month of February and results are out by the month of May. Apart from the basic instruction of cheating, it has some specific instructions too.
7 important instructions for students appearing for exam –
1. CBSE board has instructed all the school affiliated from CBSE to make it compulsory for the students to wear a uniform. Any student who appeared without wearing the uniform will not be allowed into the examination hall.
2. This year the board has increased the percentage of internal choices. There is an increase of 33%. This change in the pattern of question paper will be of great help to the students.
3. Unlike every year, the board has made the signature of parents compulsory on the admit card. Apart from the signature of students and principal, a separate column has been made for the signature of the student.
4. This time the entry will not be provided after 10:00 am at any cost. To appear for the exam a student must appear before 10.
5. The students are allowed to carry just a few mandatory things. Pen and other compulsory stationary items in a transparent bag along with school identity card and CBSE admit card.
6. Diabetic students can carry a packet of snacks. Any technical types of equipment are strictly prohibited inside the examination hall.
7. Old question papers have been banned by the board. No student is allowed to carry old paper into the examination hall.
As the CBSE board exams have already begun with the vocational subject and for the main subjects will start with English being the first one. According to the students, the toughest exam, i.e. mathematics will be conducted on March 7, 2019. Teachers and family members try their best to help the student in overcoming the fear of the subject but the matter remains the same.
Here are some expert-backed tips to study the toughest subject, mathematics –
Go with the flow, i.e. follow the syllabus and keep yourself updated with the latest information by the board on its website.
Secondly, practicing the previous year question papers can be of great help. Unless and until there’s no change in the format of the paper it will give you the idea of the paper and on the basis of it, you can plan to solve the paper.
While practicing from the previous papers, you can able to manage the time as there will only be a difference of questions and not the matter.
As it is said that, ‘it’s in our mind’, which is somewhere applicable to the phobia of maths. If you will learn the subject with fun, then your mind will be occupied with one thing, i.e. learning, otherwise you will get scared of the subject and productivity will be decreased.
We wish you All The Best for the examinations!
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