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Alamelu Mangai

Alamelu Mangai

Asked on 6 March, 2019

Will questions be asked from optional exercises also?

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Yes, the question will also be asked from the optional exercises. Though the ratio will differ as compared to the main exercise question, but it will be asked in the examination.

Mayank Tiwari

Mayank Tiwari

Asked on 5 March, 2019

Does solving 10 years in the last 2 days help or solving NCERT?

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For the last minute preparation, you can choose 10 years sample papers over NCERT material as it will help you with quick revision.

Divya Chattopadhyay

Divya Chattopadhyay

Asked on 5 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.

Arjun Rangarajan

Arjun Rangarajan

Asked on 5 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.

Hansika Rangan

Hansika Rangan

Asked on 5 March, 2019

How to score high marks in math board exam?

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For math, you can score good marks with thorough understanding and regular practice. Prepare a proper schedule and work on your weaknesses. Practice and revision are very important for this subject. Instead of blindly mugging up formulae and theories, try to understand how to apply concepts, theories, and formulae. Solve previous years' math question papers and sample papers to analyze and improve your performance.

Anika Verma

Anika Verma

Asked on 5 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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