Board Exams 2019 is only a few days away. Hope you are Preparing well for these exams. Every year lakhs of students like you appear in the Board Exams and just like you every student thinks to get Full marks in board exam and become a Topper.
Many students have this misconception that Toppers are different and they study 24 hours a day. Well, it’s not like that. How can anyone study too much? When I was in school, I hardly used to study for 4 hours a day. And even my a topper friend of mine used to study for 5-6 hours a day.
The rest of the day, we used to play, sleep or do whatever we wanted. So, now the question you might ask, what is that what makes A Topper, A Topper. Don’t worry I will answer all your questions. Just Read and try to think each point I will tell you.
Writing in Exams is a very hectic task. Nobody wants to write, right? But, it is not actually how much you write that fetches you great marks in Board Exams. If you are having a free-flying misconception that writing too much is the key to full marks in Final Exams, then you need to contemplate again. Here’s a piece of advice that will definitely get you full marks in Board Exams 2019.
Following points should be kept in mind while answering questions in Board Examination:
- This question paper has five sections: Section A, Section B, Section Section D and Section E
- Section A contains five questions of one mark each,
- Section B contains five questions of two marks each,
- Section C contains twelve questions of three marks each
- Section D contains one value based question of four marks and
- Section E contains three questions of five marks each
- There is no overall choice. However, an internal choice has been provided in one question of two marks, one question of three marks and all the three questions of five marks weightage. You have to attempt only one of the choices in such questions.
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Tips to get full marks in CBSE Board Exam 2019
Just like you hate to write too much, Teachers who check your copies don’t like to read too much too. Just think how thousands of Board Exam sheets are checked by the teachers in a very short span of time. It’s a hectic task.
Teachers like crisp and to-the-point answers to questions. The core of the answer is only in the part that contains the answer to what was asked in the Question. The Correct Way to Write Answers is to be precise with the marks. This means that you can’t write a page or two for a 1 mark question. It’s offending. Accept it.
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Here are 4 small steps that you should always keep in mind while you sit for the examination. Take a deep look.
- PEEK: You get 15 minutes before the actual exam starts to take a look at the question paper. Don’t do anything else beside reading the Question Paper, Just LOOK. Look for the pattern and the difficulty level of the examination. Then, mark the questions that you know perfectly and are prepared. This will help you to save time while you have answered one question and are searching for the next question to answer.
- PRIORITISE: Before answering any of the questions, you must take a mental note of which questions you should attempt first and which later. The best methodology to follow while answering Board Exam Question is to Start with the section containing maximum marks and then follow a decreasing order.
- SKIP: While answering, you must put your ego aside and should skip the questions that you aren’t sure of. First, answer all those questions which you can answer from Tip to Toe and then if there’s time come back to those hard questions. While I am not suggesting you leave any answer but sometimes its better than writing a wrong answer. A puts a negative effect on the Examiners who check your copies. Anyways, try not to leave any question as far as possible but write something relative.
- REVISIT: Once done, make sure to take a look back and check for any mistakes. Students always do mistakes like putting a wrong serial number in any answer or grammatical mistakes. But, don’t take too much time for that.10 minutes will be enough to check all those shortcomings.
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- Write Clearly and to the point.
- Don’t Play Blue- Black with pens while writing.
- You don’t have time to look around the corners.
- Don’t rush in the first 15 minutes. These are for Reading Question Paper only.
- Keep Time in mind. Don’t waste too much time on a single question.
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