Asked by | 13th Mar, 2008, 12:25: AM
- Follow your class lessons properly to cover your syllabus in a systematic manner. After coming home, revise whatever is taught in the class, as the topics will be still fresh in mind. In case of confusion, clarify with your teacher the next day.
- Highlight important points and formulae on textbooks and reference books to locate them easily. Revise the points as and when you get time.
- Biology involves learning and memorising difficult terminology. Write such terms repeatedly so as to get acquainted with them.
- Get thorough with the important definitions as the subject is mostly theory.
- Since most of the questions asked in biology consist of diagrams, hence, practice drawing neat, well labelled diagrams as they will help you understand and score marks.
- Give extra efforts during practical classes. It will not only help you score high in the allocated marks of the practical section but will also help you clear theoretical questions.
- Create mind maps along with flash cards and paste them in your room or study table. They will form images that will be difficult to erase, thus making the task of remembering easier.
- Plan a time table in such a way that you are able to finish your preparation months before the exam.
- Practice solving sample papers and past year papers to identify the exam trends and most importantly your weak areas.
- Do not take stress. Just be calm and face your exams in a positive manner.
Answered by | 21st Dec, 2017, 04:46: PM
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