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Exams are approaching near and students are just giving the finishing touch to their preparation. Here are 10 tips to follow 10 days before your exams.
See, you have only 10 days and there are 5-6 subjects. It is not time to study anything new. Just revise and practice questions. Trying anything new will only confuse you.
Take proper rest and sleep for at least 7-8 hours. Take a healthy diet and adequate water. Don’t take any type of stress. It’s time to give a finishing touch to your studies so don’t make any hustle-bustle now.
Don’t compare yourself with others. Everyone has their own capabilities. Just do your best. Don’t try to know who is doing better than you and who is lagging behind. Just focus on your preparation.
Revise the Notes
If you have already prepared notes, it’s time to revise them. If not, you can get notes from your teachers or you can download them from myCBSEguide type websites. Even if you don’t find it anywhere, read titles and subtitles from NCERT Books followed by the summary given at the end of each chapter.
Practice Mock Tests
It’s time to practice mock tests or model question papers. If possible, revise one subject in a day and then attempt a mock test of the model question paper sincerely. It will definitely boost up your confidence.
Focus on Weak Areas
While attempting mock tests, give some time to review your mistakes and revise the concepts again. But make sure that there is no time to dive deep into it. Just try to get the gist of the concepts.
Don’t Ignore CBSE Question Bank
As you know, CBSE has released a question bank for almost all major subjects. You can get it from cbseacadmic.nic.in. You must practice all these questions. Also, have a look over questions provided in Diksha App.
Make Your Study Plan
As discussed, you have only 10 days and you cannot study everything in detail now. So, the best thing is to make a study plan that suits you. You have to give more time to subjects like Maths and Physics as compared to English and Social.
If you discuss the problematic questions with your friends and teachers, you will never forget them and you will get a good insight on how to tackle such problems as well. So, if possible, discuss questions as much as possible.
It’s NOT the Final Exam
Don’t take it as the final exam of life. It’s the beginning. There are hundreds of such exams you will have to face in life. No exam in the world can decide your future. Just be focused, give your best and move ahead.