6 Top Mantras to score well in Class 12 - Mr. Rajesh Kumar Singh – Founder and MD of Kunwar’s Global School
6 Top Mantras to score well in Class 12 - Class 12 Board exams are definitely, not a cakewalk for students. Hard work, dedication, concentration, determination – it takes it all to score well in class 12 boards. Each and every student tried his/her best to score well in the exams but only a few are able to handle the pressure well in such a situation. With a lot of expectation from the family and educators, students are often not able to cope up with the pressure and hence, lack concentration. Here are top 6 mantras that will help the students to score well in their Class 12 board exams.
Mantra 1: Make a Strategy!
Make a complete list of your daily activities and the time consumed in doing each one of them. Cut off the ones which are not-so-important during your boards and then fill the gaps with study time. Slowly and gradually, increase your study time day by day. Make a study time-table and follow it strictly. Try to finish your Class 12 syllabus first and then think beyond it. Solve sample papers, model test papers, watch video tutorials, read last years’ toppers’ interviews and test yourself time-to-time. Make sure you are done with your syllabus thoroughly. Revise and repeat regularly in order to remember everything.
Mantra 2: NCERT is a must!
Do not underestimate the NCERT books. The syllabus of board exams is completely based on the NCERT concepts and pattern. So, before jumping onto your extra books, first cover your NCERT books thoroughly. Studying through NCERT is a must for every student and this will help you to score very well in your class 12 board exams.
Mantra 3: Watch your study pattern
Divide your syllabus according to this year’s marking scheme and likewise divide your study time. Do not utilise equal energy and time in every chapter. Differentiate between what you know i.e., your strong subjects or chapters and what you don’t i.e., your weak areas. Like e students, who are not much confident in Maths, should denote more time in studying it. Hence, balance your tough and easy subjects or chapters according to your plan and work on them strictly.
Read, CBSE 12th toppers 2021
Mantra 4: Test yourself; Learn from your mistakes
Take up subjects and chapters according to your study plan every day and at the end of the day, test yourself with the same. See how much you were able to learn and adapt throughout the day. There is no problem if you make mistakes or are not able to answer any question, learn it again, revise it and then do the test again. Don’t go to sleep with unfinished targets.
Mantra 5: Give your best and Forget the rest!
Studying is only 50 percent of the work, performing on the exam day is another 50 percent of the target. It is the main key to score well in your board exams. Watch tutorials a day before your exams in order to learn the time strategy and be mentally prepared. Solve a number of sample papers in order to get an idea of the exam pattern and the time management. During the exam, attempt all questions neatly and according to the exam pattern. Revision is a must after completing your exam. Give your best shot and remember not to be overconfident, even if you know the whole exam.
Also, read CBSE Class 12 preparation tips 2021
Mantra 6: Relax!
Never pressurise yourself. Don’t over think about topping the boards. All this will affect your performance. Take breaks in between your study time, be happy, play a small game with your parents and siblings, go for walks and appreciate yourself. Remember to consume a balanced diet daily including a handful of dry-fruits like almonds, walnuts, etc. and also energy-boosting drinks like milk, juice, etc. Don’t compromise with your sleep. It is very important for your better performance.
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Questions related to CBSE Class 12th
my score is 111 marks on 18 th march morning shift. I belongs to OBC category what will be my percentile according to my shift and expected rank?? Also pls suggest some colleges on this score I am from maharashtra.
If we go through the analysis of marks Vs Percentile Vs rank for JEE-Main 2020 then according to the marks mentioned by you in the question your percentile is expected to be in the range of 94.07 - 96.21 and your rank is expected to be in the range of 51150 - 57500, you can check out marks Vs ranks Vs Percentile from the link given below :-
You can also use JEE-Main Rank Predictor to predict your rank :-
So on such rank and category you have chances to get the enlisted NITs :-
You can check out previous year's cut-offs from the official website of JOSAA as given below :-
To have a list of all those colleges which you can get based upon your marks, category, and state you can use JEE-Main College Predictor:-
If you are preparing for JEE-Main 2021 or 2022 then I would recommend you to check the resources made by our experts to help aspirants like you in the best and smart preparation of JEE-Main 2021 or 2022 :-
I hope this information helps you.
I m in 12th PCM (CBSE) I have not given the pre board exam, and my school is threatening me that they will not give me those marks which are going from school. But i think the marks are given by the external examiner only on the basis of practicals which carry 30 marks.Am I correct?
In every school pre boards are a mandatory thing to give before your boards. It is a kind of sample test to check your preparation before your actual board exams.. Some schools also have rules for student to pass in the board exam in order to get the Admit Card.
Yes the marks are given by the external. But it's no loss if you talk to the school authorities calmly and come up with a solution to cope with problem.
All the very best for your Board exams.
I am in 12th PCM from CBSE board, and I am not giving the pre boards which have been started from tofay in my school because my JEE is on 25th. And they are saying that, they will not send those 20 (each subject) marks which will be going from school. What should I do.
If your JEE Mains examination is on 25th, definitely go and attend examination with full preparation.
Now, regarding the pre Board examinations in your school you can tell them in advance and ask for their permission and the School authority cannot restrict you from attending any examination.
Hope that this information was helpful for you.
All the best for your examinations!!
I passed I 11 in 2020 and want to take admission in class 12 as a regular candidate and Im from CBSE... can I take admission AS a regular candidate??
Your admission in 12th class in other school as a regular candidate will be possible if your parents transfer from one City to another city due to service or business. Your health problem is bound to change your city for you have to get regular treatment for unavailable reasons of ailment.
Your admission will be provincial and will be subject to the approval of CBSE board.
For this reason you have to submit a written affidavit on a 20 rupees stamp paper by your parents showing all the valid reasons for it. You have to submit documents like 11th result card ,11th registration card , document of your parents transfer due to service transfer or business transfer.
Hope this will be helpful.
hii, i have passed cbse class 12th examination in 2020 with 49%(pcb) .want to give neet exam,so i have applied for improvement in 2021 for chemestry and biology if my improved no. will less than previous one, then which will be valid. In case new one is less than previous one then what will happen?
Dont think too much dear. Improvement number is always higher than your previous year number. So just don't think negatively. You just focused on your study. And give the improvement examination. You will be passed with well number. You can get above 55% markd minimum. Thats your target and you will achieve it. Just prepare yourself.
All the best.