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Worried That Only 4 Months are left till CBSE Board 2024? Tips to Score More in this time.

Update on: 06 Sep 2023, 05:00 PM

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CBSE Board exams are just around the corner with only 4 months left, this is a crucial time for students preparing for the exams. Some students might be worried about revision and some might be worried about the CBSE board exam 2024 pattern. But no need to be worried, it is normal to have pre-exam jitters and we are here to help you with some tips to make your revision and practice more efficient.  Follow these tips to make the most out of this time.

  • Effective Planning

Planning your day is very important to avoid wastage of your time. Prioritizing and allocating time for every subject and timetable are the best ways to organize your time before the CBSE board exam 2024 to keep your preparation stress-free. Schedule your time efficiently and follow it religiously for the best outcome.

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  • Familiarize yourself with the exam pattern

It is important to have a clear understanding of the CBSE board exam 2024 pattern and marking scheme so that you can prepare accordingly. A good understanding of exam patterns will help you to plan an efficient way to attempt your exam and score more. Refer to MTG CBSE 100 Percent to get accustomed to the exam pattern as the book is based on the latest CBSE Syllabus and pattern for CBSE Board Exam 2023-24.

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  • Focus on revision

At this point in time, it is very difficult to cover the whole syllabus. So, it is more useful to focus more on the revision of the syllabus you have already covered. For this MTG Handbooks can be your best revision buddy as it consists of concise theory and visual aids to help you refresh and solidify your learning. Do not refer to new study material as it might confuse you.

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  • Take Breaks

It is also essential to take breaks in between your studies so as to not exhaust yourself. Studies have shown that the brain is able to truly focus for about 45 minutes before it slowly loses attention. Taking regular breaks in between study sessions can refresh your brain and ability to focus.

  • Solve CBSE’s previous years’ papers

Solving CBSE previous year papers can be really useful to help you understand the style of questions that might be asked in the exams and prepare you for the final CBSE board exams. Attempting CBSE Champion Chapterwise Topicwise 10 Years Solved Papers will give you an insight into mistakes you might make and overcome them. It contains completely solved questions from the previous 10 years of CBSE Board exams with graphical analysis. It is based on the latest and revised CBSE curriculum for the academic year 2023-24 to boost your confidence and time management skills.

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  • Practice CBSE Sample Papers

Sample papers give you an insight into what the real exam will look like. It helps you to understand your strengths and limitations and where you stand in your preparations. Plan your strategy accordingly and clear any doubts you might have on the way with the help of MTG’s ScoreMore 15 Sample Papers. The best part is that with these 15 sample papers, you will not need any other practice material because each question paper consists of subjective and objective questions including all question typologies.

  • Practice writing high-scoring answers

In order to write a perfect answer in your CBSE board exams, you should first go through the question paper carefully and understand what is asked, write clear and precise to-the-point answers, and avoid adding unnecessary material to the answers. To get an idea of a perfect answer refer 10 years CBSE Champion as it includes CBSE Topper’s answers in a chapter-wise format.

  • Limit phone usage

Mobile phones can be a huge distraction in the preparation for your exams, not only that they can also have some health implications as well. Using smartphones can tire your brain and eyes which might affect your concentration in the exams. So, keep your smartphones at bay to avoid wasting your precious time.

  • Healthy sleep pattern

Many researchers have suggested that to function properly you need at least 7 hours of quality sleep. Go to sleep and wake up at the same time each day as maintaining a consistent sleep-wake cycle improves your overall health and promotes a healthy sleep pattern. This improves brain functioning and your overall performance in exams.

We know preparing for board exams on your own can be challenging, lots of doubts and lots of confusion might arise on the way but keep your worries at bay because MTG is here to assist you with all the resources needed to ace your CBSE Board Examination 2024.

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