Ten Things you should do for Board Exams

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Ten Things you should do for Board Exams

In a way, the Board exams are one of the first challenges of a student’s life. To face this challenge with full confidence, you need to be well prepared. Here, we list the top ten things a Board class student must do. Image source: s-media-cache-ak0.pinimg.com

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Ten Things you should do for Board Exams
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Plan Early

When you’re in a Board class, you need to plan things early. Start by planning from the beginning of the academic year. The earlier you start, the lesser the study pressure. Image source: static.dnaindia.com

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Be Attentive in Class

It’s important to pay attention to what your teachers teach you. If you’re attentive in class, learning becomes easier. Don’t be afraid to clear your doubts. You can’t afford to lose marks just because you were afraid to ask. After all, teachers are there to help you. Image source: mstarw.tripod.com

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Don’t Ignore your Weak Subjects

Never run away from your weaknesses. Usually, we leave difficult things for the end. However, what we forget is that tough things require more time. Give extra time and energy to your weak subjects. Image source: pad2.whstatic.com

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Get a Grip on your Textbooks

Study each paragraph of your textbook. The questions are picked up from your textbooks and twisted to test your skills. Off-syllabus questions are rare! Questions are from your syllabus; it’s just that you didn’t read the textbook properly. Image source: library.sdsu.edu

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Study in the Morning

Sleep early to wake up early in the morning. The morning is considered a suitable time for learning because there’s no disturbance. Also, our mind is fresh in the morning and thus things register fast. Image source: www.k5learning.com

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Study in a Group

Groupies are fun. Make learning enjoyable by studying with a group at least once in a week. Studying with your friends can help you clear your doubts without any apprehensions. Group studies can turn out to be quite productive if you study seriously. Image source: msbm.org.uk

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Revision and Practice are Keys to Good Marks

Practice sample papers and previous year question papers to aid your revision. After some time, we tend to forget what we’ve learned; so, revising your portion at regular intervals is crucial. Image source: smartfuse.s3.amazonaws.com

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Revision and Practice are Keys to Good Marks
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Play

Devote some time to yourself. Go out and play. Indulge in your favourite sport. It’ll keep your mind fresh and body fit. It’s important to stay healthy. Image source: cdn.sheknows.com

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Highlight Important Points

Another important trick to do well in the exams is to highlight important concepts while you study. When you revise, you’ll know what’s important! Make a list of important formulae and tables. Hang the list somewhere close to your bed and keep revising.  Looking at it every day will help you remember things. Image source: www.firstpointusa.com

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Do Not Stress

We know that being in a Board class itself is stressful. Try and avoid being stressed about your results.  If your preparations are in full swing, you don’t need to worry about anything. Image source: www.collegeparents.org

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