Get more marks in your class 9th cbse exams
Get more marks in your class 9th cbse exams.
Unlike in Class 8, students in Class 9 do not have term exams but one final exam at the end of the academic year. This has been introduced by CBSE to help students get familiar with answering an exam like the Class 10 board exam. Yes, in case you did not know, the CBSE Class 10 board exam is back, and serious students are planning their studies conscientiously.
But how would you remember so much and answer all of what you have studied in the best possible manner at the end of this penultimate school year?
You can! With TopperLearning's Revision Notes for CBSE Class 9, you can be confident that your concepts are clear and you have adequately revised before your exams. These notes cover the topics in a chapter such that you easily recall what you've studied. Use them to easily revise chapters you may have studied earlier in the year, or simply go through them to brush up on important concepts before a school test.
Would you be confident enough to answer any exam question which could be from any chapter in the CBSE Class 9 syllabus? Yes, you would. The simplest way is by practising with CBSE Class 9 sample papers because they make a great study tool to boost a student's confidence before the exams. They have been designed keeping in mind the reintroduction of the board exams for Class 10 and that students' need to be confident in answering exam questions quickly and correctly. The solutions to the questions will help you write the most relevant points in your answers such that you get more marks. Importantly, they help you become familiar with the types of questions and the paper pattern. Practising with sample papers is a well-kept secret of the brightest and calmest students in the class. Another secret is ATE.
What is ATE? Ask the Expert or ATE is your go-to platform when you have those difficult doubts that you cannot get resolved by friends, parents or teachers. When it comes to studies and learning, we at TopperLearning want students to have no doubt. So, please remember to use ATE which is always available here and can be accessed 24/7 to get a difficult question answered and that annoying doubt out!