The clock is ticking- How to score well in the CBSE Board Class 10th and Class 12th Board exams?

2020 has proved to be a testing time for everyone, including students preparing for Class 10th and Class 12th CBSE board exams. After much thought and detailed discussion, the Board has decided to conduct the CBSE 10 and 12th board exams offline. If you are a CBSE class 10th or 12th student, then you still have time to study smartly and get good marks. Smart Study and planning can help you score good marks with a winning strategy.

Tips for Class 10th and Class 12th Students

Revised Syllabus: Please go through the revised syllabus. The Board has made some vital changes in the syllabus, so it is advisable to stick to the reduced syllabus. It does not matter how hard you prepared before by covering all the topics. If you are in class 12th, the reality is that you have to prepare for the reduced New CBSE Class 12th board syllabus 2020-2021.

Sample Papers: If you are taking the Class 10th Board 2021 board exams, you have to study for the New CBSE Class 10th Board Syllabus.

The Winning Strategy

NCERT Books: Remember that NCERT books are and should be the ultimate source to study. It’s highly dependable material to score well in the CBSE Board Exams. The NCERT books are essential resources as questions are framed from the NCERT books, and you can study them along with the class notes. You can refer to the latest class 12th sample papers to complete your study. Class 10th students can study the newest Class 10 sample papers. Referring to the sample papers will give you ample practice. It will also help you in Time management, which will allow you to complete your exam on time. So, if you want to check your study level and want to improve your speed, the best way is to study with the sample papers.

CBSE Board Exam Tips

 

So, we wish you all the best for your Class 10 and Class 12 Board exams. We hope the above CBSE exam tips 2021 information is helpful for you. If you liked what we posted, do like and share and drop a comment. We would love to hear from you!