How to prepare for isc 12th pcm boards starting from 15th August, having not studied anything, and score above 90%?
As you are the student of class 12th board isc then you are totally familiar with the all syllabus of class 12th in previous class because the isc board syllabus are bit good they taught in earlier classes. And this the plus point for you.
If you start from 15th August then the examination of isc board may next year in month march then you have correctly six month for study and this enough time to break any record of percentage and you asked about above 90% . I can clearly say that if word hard and complete focus on your goal then you will be do so.
I got 82.2 percent in ISC 12th . Will I be eligible for JEE Advanced In 2020 or even 2021?
Hope you are well in this current pandemic situation. First of all wishing you a heartily congratulation for your result!. Coming to your question to get eligible for Jee advanced you have to score more than or equal to required cut-off in your Jee mains paper so kindly wait for the cut-off list and apply for the examination if you full fill the criteria.
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Wish you a good luck for your upcoming examination!
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How to prepare for 12th pcm(isc) from July?
To prepare for 12pcm(isc) you can follow these steps
1.Take all the previous year question papers and see the trend in every subjects and practice those papers well.
2.Make quotes, notes and references for English literature.
3. Always check the sample papers in the CISCE website and practice them go through the trend in them.
4. Check out the scope of syllabus and read only according to it.
5. Ask your teacher some expected questions.
6. Make notes on the basis of scope of syllabus.
7.Be calm while writing exams and read the question paper twice and carefully.
please confirm career options available for International Trade. I am ISC 12th Commerece wiithout Maths. Awaiting for results.
After your 12th grade, there are multiple Bachelor's level courses that you can opt for in order to build a career in international trade. The various Bachelor's level courses you can go for include:-
- BBA in Foreign Trade
- B.Com in Foreign Trade Management
- BA in Foreign Trade Management
- BFT (Bachelor of Foreign Trade)
After getting a Bachelor's degree, you can opt for a master's such as
- MBA in Foreign Trade
- MBA in International Business
- MCom in Trade and Services
- Master in International Business and Foreign Trade
- Executive PGD in international business
- PGD in International Trade management
A master's level qualification adds to your chances of landing a well paying, high profile job. There are many universities in India that offer courses related to International Business and Trade such as Indian Institute of Foreign Trade, New Delhi; Indian Institute of Commerce and Trade, Lucknow; IIMs etc.
Having these qualifications can land you the job of a:-
- Foreign Trade Manager
- Export manager
- Foreign Trade and Purchasing Specialist
- Supply Chain Manager
- Global Trade Manager
- Foreign Trade Analyst
- Customs and Global Trade automation Manager
Many of these are high profile jobs and can be high paying as you gain experience and practical knowledge of the field
Hope this information helps
Best of luck!!
how to prepare for isc 12th (pcm) along with clat preparation?
Here are few tips for preparation you must follow to get a good score without coaching:-English: Vocabulary questions will be asked. Word Power Made Easy is the book you can use to improve your vocabulary.
High School Grammar and Composition ( by Wren and Martin)It is a book to improve the grammar skills.
GK: Question on current affairs will be asked. Read newspaper for CURRENT G.K. than trying to grasp all info at once. Some of the newspaper sources which you can use to prepare this section are The Hindu, Financial Express, and The Economist. You can also use some other apps like Inshorts etc for current affairs.Mathematics: Only Data based questions will be asked. Like you have some information and questions on basis of that information.Logical Reasoning: Data tables, Data Charts, Bar Diagrams, Pie Charts, Graphs, Data Comparison and Analysis. These are some of the topics on which you can expect questions.
Here are some links for you:-
hello, sir/mam Aligarh Muslim Univeristy criteria of B.com is 55% Agreegate marks in English, Accounts and 2 other subject. So, they calculate best 4 subjects.
The aggregate is calculated among 4 subjects where English and Accounts are mandatory subjects and you can choose two any among the following subjects Economics, Business Studies, Mathematics/Statistics, Commerce, Entrepreneurship, Business Organisation and Banking whichever is highest.The overall percentage should be 55% or above.
hello Sir/Mam In the Isc board I pass in 4 subjects out of 5 and in 4 subjects I got 55% and I awarded a pass certificate and please example me the meaning of this in 12 at least 50% marks in aggregate English and 3 other subjects. So can I eligible in it.
Hello student that's depend on the college /University where you're applying and most importantly on the course. So if you're passed in English and 3more Main subjects with minimum 50 percent marks aggregate then yes you're eligible for that exam. I request you to please help me with the examination you're talking about so that I can provide you exact information.
Feel free to comment if you have any doubt
hello, can I eligible for the entrance test for JMI and AMU. In ISC board in class 12, I have commerce + maths I failed in maths but pass in other 4 subjects out of 5 and got a pass certificate. In 4 subjects I got 55 percent so I am eligible for the BBA or BCom? in this gov univ. or private univ.
The eligibility criteria to get into BBA program in Jamia Hamdard is to score minimum aggregate of 50% in best of five subjects in 10+2 or equivalent from a recognised education board. JMI does not provide B.Com degree.
In AMU the eligibility criteria for BBA is Higher secondary (Commerce) or equivalent examination with minimum 55 percent marks aggregate in English and Accounts and two subjects from amongst Economics, Business Studies, Business Organization, Commerce, Banking, Entrepreneurship, Mathematics and/or Statistics. Also candidates must have completed their diploma in Secretarial Practice examination of this University with not less than 55% marks (in theory subjects only) aggregate. ( https://www.google.com/amp/s/university.careers360.com/articles/amu-eligibility-criteria/amp )
For BBA in AMU you should have 50% in 10+2 or equivalent from any recognised board and must qualify the entrance exam to get into the course.
Both of them are public central university.
important questions from section D isc class 12 physics
For knowing the important questions for section D or any other section in class 12th physics , I would recommend that you go through all the previous years question paper of isc which will help you out in knowing what kind of questions they ask and how hard they can be
hi my daughter Madhurima Chatterjee scored CAT 83.46 percentile, BCom Calcutta University 77%, ISC (12th) 91.75%, ICSC (10th) 89.4 % please any chance of doing MBA from IIM visakhapatnam
Last year cutoff of IIM Visakhapatnam was 85 percentile for general category. So if we consider last year trend then your daughter has low chance. However cutoff percentile may change. You can check detail here
Hope it helps and good luck.