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Meghana Biligi

Meghana Biligi

Asked on 3 March, 2019

It is said that referring NCERT textbook is enough to secure well but when referred to sample paper, there are questions out of the textbook. What should I do in this case?

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You will get questions outside NCERT textbooks in the sample papers but the pattern to attempt the answer remains the same. The variables or the structure of the question will get changed most of the time but the theories or the formulae will be from the NCERT textbooks.

Pranit Das

Pranit Das

Asked on 3 March, 2019

Will the character sketch based question from novel come in the board exam?

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Yes, there are chances that the character sketch based questions from the novel will come in the board exam. To stay in the safe zone, you could prepare that well.

Abiaki Achuchakku

Abiaki Achuchakku

Asked on 2 March, 2019

Is the marking pattern and chapter weightage same as the sample papers pattern provided by the CBSE for Maths?

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No, it is not necessary that the pattern will be the same as provided in the sample papers. Though it may match up to 60-70% of the pattern of the board exam question papers.

Rhea Bangera

Rhea Bangera

Asked on 2 March, 2019

I know doing Previous Year Paper for Maths can help me but would you tell me how many previous years papers do I need to solve?

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To score well in Maths in the board exams, it would be a lot helpful if would solve the previous 10 years question papers. 10-year papers will be sufficient to get a grip over various topics.

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Asked on 2 March, 2019

Do the same NCERT text questions come in board exams?

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It might be possible that the questions given in the NCERT textbooks will be asked in the board exams. However, it is not necessary that the questions will be the same each and every time. The numerical and equations will be changed accordingly.

Dr. Kusum Biradar

Dr. Kusum Biradar

Asked on 2 March, 2019

Do we need to refer to any other preparation book for Science also?

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No, if you have prepared the NCERT syllabus thoroughly, you do not need to refer to other preparation book or guide for Science.

Deva Harshini

Deva Harshini

Asked on 2 March, 2019

How can I manage time, especially in maths?

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For math, you can manage time by following these tips: Prepare a proper schedule covering all topics and work on your weaknesses. Practice and revision are key to succeeding in this subject. Instead of blindly mugging up formulae and theories, try to understand why and how to apply the concepts, theories, and formulae you learn. Solve previous years' math question papers and sample papers to analyze and improve your performance.

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Asked on 2 March, 2019

Suggest a proper timetable for board preparations.

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To prepare for board exams (1) Read NCERT books daily. Try to cover a topic each day before the exam, (2) Solve sample papers at the end off the day related to the topic you have studied the whole day, (3) Make notes for formulae and reactions and revise them daily, (4) Take short breaks for better concentration and retention power.

Sheetal Desai

Sheetal Desai

Asked on 1 March, 2019

Is it necessary to solve sample papers or just revision is enough?

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Solving sample papers will provide you an insight into the types of questions being asked in the examination. It is not necessary but it will help you a lot to score well in the board exams.

Aaryan Kapoor

Aaryan Kapoor

Asked on 1 March, 2019

Is following only NCERT books enough for board examinations?

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Yes, NCERT textbooks are enough for your board exams as CBSE provides questions from the NCERT syllabus in the board exams. However, if you have already revised NCERT books thoroughly, you can then refer to other preparation books.

Devansh Sharma

Devansh Sharma

Asked on 1 March, 2019

What are some good mobile apps for CBSE board exam preparation?

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There are many mobile apps that provide study material, quizzes, question papers, tips, etc. to help students prepare for CBSE board exams. Here are some good apps: Toppr, BYJU's, myCBSEguide, ePathshala, and Meritnation.

Reyansh Chavan

Reyansh Chavan

Asked on 1 March, 2019

Is it important to refer to guides rather than NCERT textbooks?

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It is not necessary to refer to guides instead of NCERT textbooks. NCERT textbooks cover all the topics and just by reading them, you can score well in your examination. The questions asked in the board exam are based on these books. After you complete studying NCERT books, you can read other reference books.

Amit Chopra

Amit Chopra

Asked on 1 March, 2019

What must be the revision pattern in the last few days?

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Prepare a proper schedule covering all topics and work on your weaknesses. Practice and revision are key to succeeding in exams. Instead of blindly mugging up formulae and theories, try to understand why and how to apply the concepts, theories, and formulae you learn. Solve previous years' question papers and sample papers to analyze and improve your performance.

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