The CBSE Term 1 2022 results are scheduled to be released soon. The board will also shortly release the datesheet for the class 10, 12, and Term II board exams, which will begin on April 26.
The CBSE Term II board exams will be conducted on a 50% reduced syllabus. There will be objective and subjective questions in the papers, including case-based, situation-based, open-ended short response, and long answer types. As the examinations approach, these next several months will be critical in terms of exam preparation.
Don’t study for more than two hours at a time, and don’t underestimate the value of breaks when studying. Regular breaks every 45-50 minutes are essential for staying fresh and attentive.
Memory-dependent subjects, problem-solving subjects, and interpretation-based subjects can be found in all board exam disciplines. In order to create a successful study schedule, one must alternate between each category of subjects over long periods of time.
The information in textbooks can be separated into two categories: core material (principles, theorems, diagrams, and equations) and elaborative material (examples and illustrations). Picking out the most important information and writing it down individually as notes will help you study more efficiently.
The CBSE board has made the sample paper for the Term 2 exam for classes 10, 12, and 13 available online. These sample question papers can be used by students to get a better idea of the test design, marking scheme, and difficulty level of the paper. Students will learn about their weak and strong areas by completing the sample paper. They can then separate the chapters and prepare accordingly based on this information.
Examine prior year’s question papers for a better understanding of the question paper format and time management. This exercise will teach you how to answer as many questions as possible without hurrying or making dumb mistakes.
Students must have a balanced diet and get 6 to 7 hours of restful sleep each night to maintain a calm and clear mind throughout this critical period.