Anu Parthiban|Jan 18, 2022
CBSE Class 10 major exams 2021: Check last minute tips
CBSE is all set to begin term 1 major exams for CBSE Class 10 today. Know important last-minute exam preparation tips here.
NEW DELHI: Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) will commence the CBSE Class 10 term 1 exams 2022 for major subjects from today onwards. The last few hours before the examination plays a crucial role in the overall preparation of a student. With proper strategy, students can make the best out of these remaining hours.
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CBSE Board Class 10 term 1 minor subject exams have already commenced from November 17, 2021. Here we are providing important last-minute CBSE exam preparation tips for Class 10 exams. Implementing these CBSE preparation tips will definitely boost the overall performance in the term 1 exams.
CBSE Class 10 term 1 exams 2022 - Last minute preparation tips
Check important topics
Go through the syllabus and exam pattern carefully and jot down the topics with weightage. Firstly focus on these important topics and then move on to the other topics.
During the last minute exam preparation, students should only read the summarized form of content, not the complete chapter as they have a short time left. Prepare mind maps, and flow charts of various important topics, this will come really handy right before the exam.
It is essential to learn time management. Practice with sample question papers and solve within the stipulated time only and learn how much is needed on each question. Since the term 1 exam is MCQ based, students will have to read the questions thoroughly and attempt them wisely in the given time frame only.
Take a break from social media
This is a really important time, so students must keep their technology devices and social media accounts aside. Revise with full concentration and zero distraction. Student’s prime focus should be on performing well in the examination.
Do not panic
This is one of the most common mistakes done by some students right before the examination. Being Panic will not ease anything, hence students must keep calm and draft a proper strategy on how to prepare for the exams in the last few hours.
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