10 Expert tips for CBSE Board Exam Class 10th - As the CBSE Board exams 2020 are heading, students must have pulled up their socks until now. This is the time with a mixed feeling of stress and anxiety. Therefore, planning the studies in a strategic way will help to keep the mind calm and let the students give their best. Experts of Allen Career Institute have provided some important tips for students to prepare for CBSE board 10th exams 2020. Read this article to know the complete guidelines and expert tips for CBSE 10th Board 2020.
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At this moment, most of the students would be looking out for effective tips that will aid in Mastering the CBSE 10th Board Exam. This year, class 10th Board Exams will be held from 15th February to 20th March.
Plan the Study Schedule
Pay attention to the topics you’re weak in and give extra time to tackle those difficult lessons and transform them into strong ones. Refer to the CBSE Class 10th time table 2020 and prepare as per the schedule of the exam. Besides, get a good 6 to 7 hours of sleep.
Revision is the Key
Refer to the CBSE Class 10th Syllabus 2020 and study according to the weightage of the chapters in the final days. Do not change the source from which you have learned the whole year. Solve the sample paper, evaluate yourself and figure out your mistakes. After correcting the errors, solve another paper.
Note - Making
Maintain a separate notebook entirely for important formulae, reactions and diagrams. These notes will be helpful in revising the syllabus faster. Hence, go through the prepared notes once a day.
Follow the NCERT Books
All the question papers revolve around the concepts given in the NCERT books, so follow the NCERT 10th books thoroughly. Also, practice all the exercise questions.
Solve CBSE question papers
Solving the previous year papers are very essential as these papers will let the students know about the difficulty level of questions. This will also help in figuring out the repeating sequence of questions because some questions appear every time in every board exam. Time-bound yourself while you attempt the papers in examination hall condition. Set your body clock to take an exam from 9 AM to 12 Noon.
Practice for Perfection
Proper planning and practice promote better performance and repeated practice lessens one’s deficiencies. After the revision is done, start solving practice papers in the given set of times to score well in the CBSE 10th Board result 2020.
Look, Memorize, Write and Cross-check
After trying every paper, evaluate yourself and revise the material which you could not recollect during the practice session.
The night just before the exam
Do not try to revise everything on the last day as this is not a one night fight. Sleep earlier as much as possible and take a long sleep. This will help you to reset your brain and remember things more accurately at the time of the exam.
How to Attempt examination paper
Follow the instructions in the CBSE 10th question papers. Write the correct question number while answering. Keep the answer sheet clean. Use capital letters, underlining and highlighting as tools to attract attention to important points. Structure your answers properly and answer precisely.
Time Management during Exam
You will get an extra 15 minutes to read the question paper, so plan accordingly. Stick to the word limit. If you are stuck on a question, move on to the next one and return to if you have time. Keep the last five minutes to go through answers. Tie your supplementary sheets securely in the right order.
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The CBSE Board was earlier scheduled to declare the CBSE Class 10 Boards Examination results online, on cbseresults.nic.in., in the first week of May. The declaration of the results was expected to be on May 6, 2020. However due to the ongoing Corona Virus pandemic, the examinations have been postponed and the results are expected to be delayed.
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Hope this helps you. We wish you the best for your future endeavours!
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Even the Application has another advantage that it either checks the characters or the bubble .Either of them have to be correct
If both of them are wrong ,then there are chances that the paper may be rejected,Else you are good to go
No the exams which are already finished will not be rescheduled.
Rescheduling is for the exams which are not yet commenced.
The result date of cbse class 10th board exams has not been declared yet but most probable are to be expected in the first week of may.
Good luck for your results!
No it's not a matter to worry about. If you have written the
number on the sheet , it would suffice the need and your paper would be easily located.
You should carry forward your preparation of class 10th science exam in the following steps:-
1. Read a particular chapter through NCERT thoroughly.
2. Try solving the in-chapter exercises.
3. Memorize the formulae or equations orally.
4. Try writing those formulae and equations again and again.
5. Make notes of the chapter.
6. Try solving the end chapter exercises.
7. Keep revising your notes again and again to increase your remembering ability. Keep rewriting the formulae and equations also.
8. Be confident during the exam.
I hope this helps you,
Good Luck for your exam
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