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CBSE Class 12 Exam Preparation Tips:

CBSE Board Exams 2018 Date Sheet for Class 12th as released by the Central Board of School Education (CBSE) on 17th January,2018 is scheduled from 5th March, 2018 (Monday) to 13th April, 2018 (Friday). More than ten lakh candidates have registered for Class 12 CBSE board exams 2018. The Class 12 boards are one of the most popular board exams in India as they are conducted on an all-India level. The competition is very stiff as lakh of students from all across the country will be appearing. What makes it so crucial and important is that it is also a pathway to all major entrance exams like the JEE, BITSAT, NEET and AIIMS. In this article, find some CBSE Class 12 exam preparation tips!

The Date Sheet for 2018 class 12 CBSE board examination is as follows:

SUBJECTS DATE
English Elective

English Core

5th March, 2018
Business Studies 9th March, 2018
Accountancy 15th March, 2018
Mathematics 21st March, 2018
Informatics Practise 23rd March, 2018
Economics 26th March, 2018

As seen above the CBSE board releases the official date sheet approximately 40 days before the commencement of the exams. Students have ample time to process and analyse as to which subject needs more attention making their own priority list and following the same. Students must try and complete their portion for the examination much before the release of the date sheet. What lefts for the next 40 days is just the revision and solving of sample question papers available online.

Let us have a much-detailed look into some CBSE class 12 exam preparation tips that every student appearing for the class 12 board exams must follow to score good marks.

With the aim of scoring good comes a perseverant effort from a student towards study of every subject, knowledge of the syllabus and a thorough plan. Here are some CBSE Class 12 exam preparation tips:

  • Accept every subject as it comes:

To score good a student needs to clear and learn all subjects. No subject can become a favourite or non-favourite subject and easy or difficult subject thus, paying more attention on the former type and leaving the latter for reasons of lack of interest.

TIP: Since attempting every subject is necessary to pass, a student must treat all subjects important and give them equal time.

  • Knowledge of the syllabus:

You must be well aware of the complete syllabus of CBSE Class 12 before you commence your Class 12 board exam preparation. Know the CBSE class 12 syllabus and weight-age of all subjects. Then start from the topics that carry the most marks and get a strong grip on these topics. If you find any topic difficult focus on them do not leave the concept unattended or procrastinate it or keep it for last moment.

TIP: Know the weight-age of each subject and proceed. Do not waste your time and efforts over topics that have less weight-age or are unlikely to be asked.

  • Do your SWOT analysis:

Know which subject or topic is your strength and clear the concept. Know which subject you are weak in and try doing it often, do not leave it unattended. Know the topics whose weight-age is more and make it an opportunity to score. Know the topic which are difficult and make sure you work on it and practice it more often.

TIP: SWOT analysis will help you plan your studies and pick topics accordingly.

  • Study material:

Make sure you have every essential study material before you begin your Class 12 board exam preparation. But take care you don’t end up with too many books to confuse you! Start with the NCERT books, as they are the basic preparation material for CBSE Class 12. You may use other reference books for objectives and other concepts which you find difficulty to understand.

TIP: Do not refer too many books at one time. Give NCERT books first reference.

  • Take mock trails:

You may read, learn and understand the concepts very well, but no matter how much you study your mind retains only some percent of it. However, a student shall always remember more percent of what it writes than it reads. Thus, it is important to note that Class 12 board exam preparation is never complete without solving sample papers or taking mock tests. As rightly said practice makes a man perfect.

TIP: Mock trials can be taken when you finish one or two chapters in each subject. Make sure you solve at least one mock trial per week.

  • Time management:

Never try and sit with one subject for the entire day. Mix-match that is, pick two subjects for a day and work on every subject with divided time. This reduces the boredom as well as enables you to finish the portion simultaneously with all subjects, in a planned way.

TIP: Take adequate breaks while switching to another subject. Do not unnecessarily prolong your break time.

  • Last year’s question paper:

This step comes when you have completed your portion, done away with all your subjects and covered all important topics. This is when you must try solving previous year papers. It is another way of gaining that extra edge in your Class 12 board exam preparation apart from mock trials. You can easily find the CBSE class 12 past year question papers both online and offline. It is advised to prepare/solve as many past year papers you can. Past papers give you a thorough understanding of the subject and the types of questions expected. This is one of the most important CBSE class 12 exam preparation tips you’ll get!

TIP: Solve at least 3 question papers of last year to know how well you remember, retain and write. And which section of questions need more attention.

Follow these CBSE class 12 exam preparation tips while preparing for your exams:

  • Make a time table for a week and pick your subjects wisely and follow the same.
  • Keep weekends for mock trials or sample question papers, do not study on that day just work on your mistakes.
  • Give any elder or a professor to correct your answers.
  • Make sticky notes of things that are difficult to remember.
  • Make time for difficult subject and on your weak points.
  • Avoid listening to music, watching television, text messaging or surfing the Internet while studying.
  • Do not study late night and for long hours.
  • Eat healthy food.
  • Get adequate sleep for at least 6 to 8 hours a day.
  • Use light weighted pens.
  • Keep yourself calm, exercise daily, be positive and build your confidence.

Follow these CBSE class 12 exam preparation tips and you’re on your path to achieve amazing scores in your board examination.

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