Are you preparing for the CBSE Board exams 2021? As a student, each one has a unique strength or weakness. It is important to know your plans accordingly so that the upcoming CBSE Board exam should not be difficult to ace.
You might be earnestly waiting for the board to release the subject-wise date-chart. However, no official announcement has been made yet on the same so far. But education experts are of the view that the CBSE Board could announce the timetable by mid-January.
It is quite common for students to experience stress during exam season. In order to overcome it, you should follow some strategies rather than worrying about unnecessary things while preparing for CBSE exams.
Edignite, in this article, has listed tips that help you reduce stress and achieve desired results in your CBSE Board exams.
1. Reduced syllabus to the rescue
You must be aware that the education minister had announced a reduction of 30 percent of the total syllabus. It is important at this point to adhere to the syllabus reduced. Therefore, know the syllabus thoroughly and prepare well for what’s in the syllabus. Do not invest your time in the topics that are out of your current syllabus.
2. Filter important information
You must filter important topics that you feel will be asked in the CBSE examinations 2021. So, make extra time preparing for these topics so that they can increase your chances of securing maximum marks. Subject wise topic listing is important and so make a time-table to go through the important topics during exam preparation.
3. Learn the smarter way
You can employ various learning techniques to memorize the topics in an efficient manner. Try mnemonics or learning using keywords and acronyms to save effort and time. Short study sessions will also help the synapses in your brain process information much better than lots of information in long sessions.
4. Practice from previous papers
While the conceptual understanding of the subjects is essential to get good grades, it is a constant practice of previous year’s question papers that will give you an edge to ace CBSE exams. At Edignite, we stress the importance of constant exam preparation and the best way to do this is by solving CBSE board previous years’ question papers.
5. Manage your time
Preparing for a CBSE exam can be stressful at times when we have a lot to study but a restricted period of time. Prepare a study schedule that fits your way of studying and do not leave anything for the last minute. Try studying for 60-90 minutes per day for a week leading up to your examination.
Edignite wishes you the very best for the forthcoming CBSE Board Examinations!