sir .since only 10 days are left for board exams,so what should be my strategy in these ten days.should i go learn last 10 years board paper or revise whole syllabus

Asked by Adarsh Srivastava | 20th Feb, 2014, 03:01: AM

Expert Answer:

  • Try solving last 10 years board papers as there are many chances of repeating some of those questions with minor modifications. But do not rely completely on these papers, do revise your entire syllabus thoroughly once before the exam. You can give more importance to the last 5 year question papers.
  • Solving more number of question papers will automatically help you to revise major part of your syllabus.
  • Go through the revision notes provided on the topper learning site just before the exam.
  • Remember all the important formulae in your syllabus.
  • Revise all the definitions, theories and their applications.
  • Practice solving as many word problems as you can.

Answered by  | 20th Feb, 2014, 11:42: AM

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