How to prepare for non-medical 12th board exams

This article mentions the tips to prepare for non-medical of senior secondary. Learn how to prepare for these exams, how to attempt the individual exams of physics, chemistry and maths as well as tips for theoretical and practical exams.

Board exams are really an uphill task for many as it creates a lot of pressure on the students. Many a times it causes a lot of students to take such drastic steps like suicides and all. So in this article I am providing you with some tips to score well in the board exams. I am really sure that if you can imbibe these steps you can actually score well no matter whichever stream you have taken up.

  1. The first and foremost tip I want to provide you is to go thoroughly through your syllabus as this will enable you to know about the topics you have completed and the topics which are remaining. One more advice that I want to provide you with reference to the syllabus is that you should always refer the CBSE website i.e. so that you can be sure about the topics. Having a vague idea about the syllabus can actually do a lot of harm to you.

  2. The next tip I want to provide you is to always refer the NCERT textbooks as your basic study material as all the other books can be used as the reference books. Because NCERT textbooks provide you thorough knowledge of the basics and once you have the knowledge of the basics you can well build upon them using other reference books. As building your concepts without the basics would keep you at bay.

  3. The next tip I want to provide you is to have a habit of solving previous years question papers. As this will give you an overview about that are important and usually asked. Moreover it also provides you confidence about your preparations. So do solve the sample papers and previous years question papers, you can get them from the CBSE website or from the nearest bookshop. But do take care to get the sample papers and previous year's papers from a credible publisher if you are getting them from a bookshop.

  4. The next tip I want to provide you is to always remain aware of the changes in the CBSE syllabus. CBSE syllabus being a dynamic body can set change to their syllabus or their pattern whenever they want to have one. So always keep your ears and eyes open to changes happening to CBSE and do prepare according to the changes so that you wouldn't fainting after seeing the question paper as has happened in the previous year's students.

  5. The next tip I do want to provide you is to understand the concepts well and avoid cramming as CBSE sometimes sets the papers a bit conceptual one. As this will enable you to be at ease with all types of question papers whether it is conceptual or normal. So don't muck up instead try to learn and understand the concepts.

  6. The next tip I want to provide you is to stick to the CBSE syllabus. Reference books other than the NCERT textbooks provide you with a lot of unwanted topics which are not at all required for the CBSE exams. Learning these topics will deviate you from the actual topics and wastes your precious time. Get solutions of NCERT questions if you don't have much time and take help from them.

    Never ever do the guess papers and sample papers at the start of your preparations as it will affect your preparations. Moreover it can make you study only the important portions and skip rest of the portions. So if your question paper comes completely unexpected it will make you count stars. So rather than referring to the guess papers and sample papers at the start of your preparations, refer them after the completion of your syllabus.

So I do think with these tips you are sure to succeed in your boards no matter which ever stream you are, these will provide you with a systematic method to secure something around ninetees.

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Author: shreya goyal11 Jul 2014 Member Level: Bronze   Points : 1

How to study in 12th non-med with addition of biology?
which books are suitable?
Please help

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