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Prakash Sahani

Prakash Sahani

Asked on 24 March, 2019

Will they provide us with maps or do we have to ask for it?

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If according to the question paper, a map has to be given to you then the invigilator will give you the required map at the starting of the exam.

Anshuman Mishra

Anshuman Mishra

Asked on 13 March, 2019

I have used a highlighter in my science exam today. Will it create any problem?

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According to the CBSE guidelines, highlighters are not allowed in the board exams. Using it in the answer sheet might land you in trouble. However, we are not in a position to comment on the action the authorities will take on this.

Shilpa Kadam

Shilpa Kadam

Asked on 6 March, 2019

Is a punch machine allowed in the examination hall?

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No, a student is not allowed to carry a punch machine in the examination hall.

Kuhu Tiwari

Kuhu Tiwari

Asked on 28 February, 2019

Can I take my personal stapler in the examination hall?

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No, you can not take your personal stapler in the board examination. To attach any of the sheets, you will be given a thread or in an alternate case, a stapler by the invigilator.

Aashima Raj

Aashima Raj

Asked on 21 February, 2019

How to score above 90% in board examination?

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You can score above 90% in board examination by following these tips: Create a study timetable for effective preparation. It's important to identify your weaknesses and work on getting better at them. Solve sample papers and previous question papers. Also, one must first finish studying the NCERT books. You can refer to the following reference books: Arihant, Xam Idea, FullMarks, Pradeep's, and RD Sharma.

Jincy Kunjappan

Jincy Kunjappan

Asked on 19 February, 2019

Is it necessary to refer guides rather than NCERT textbooks?

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No, it is not necessary to refer to guides before 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 NCERT books, you can read other reference books.

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srinivas p

Asked on 19 February, 2019

We are advised to solve the previous 10 years papers but the syllabus has changed. What should we do now? Will it be useful?

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Yes, if you will solve the previous 10 years papers, it will surely be useful in the board examination. The syllabus has changed but the type of questions asked in the exam are mostly the same. The previous year papers will help you to follow that pattern and score more in the exam.

Monish Nair

Monish Nair

Asked on 18 February, 2019

If we solve the last 10 years board papers properly, will it be possible to score above 90% in the examination?

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Yes, if you will solve the board papers of the last 10 years, you will be able to score above 90% in your examination. Most of the questions asked in the board exam are based on previous year papers only with changed numerical. If your base is clear then you will be able to solve those questions within a few minutes.

Nikhil Thakur

Nikhil Thakur

Asked on 18 February, 2019

How to score well in accountancy and business studies?

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Tips to score well in accountancy: (1) Know the latest exam pattern, marking scheme, weightage distribution, and questioning trends of the subject to score high, (2) Focus on NCERT books first,(3) Solve board exam question papers of at least the last 5 years and CBSE sample papers. Tips for Business Studies: (1) Know the latest laws and amendments, (2) Solve previous year sample papers.

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Mr Khan

Asked on 18 February, 2019

What is the pass percentage in CBSE board exam?

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As per the new passing criteria announced by the CBSE, a student needs to secure a minimum of 33% in the board exam to be declared as passed in a subject. The criteria are the same for class 10th and class 12th. Also, students do not have to pass separately in practical and theory examinations. They are now exempted from separate pass criteria.

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Sangita Tupshendre

Asked on 18 February, 2019

What is an objective question?

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Objective questions refer to those type of questions which only require a specific answer and no opinion and explanation. The varieties of such questions may include multiple choice, true/false, matching, ranking or sequencing.

Ravi Raj

Ravi Raj

Asked on 18 February, 2019

Which ID Proof a private candidate will have to bring to the center?

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The private candidates are instructed to bring ID proof such as Aadhaar card or voter ID along with their admit card at the examination center.

Aman Kumar

Aman Kumar

Asked on 18 February, 2019

Are sample papers really helpful for board exams? Also, the board questions are from sample papers or not?

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(1) Yes, sample papers are really helpful to score well in the board exam. It helps you to check how much have you retained from your preparation. You also get an insight into the type of questions asked in the exam. (2) No, all board questions are not from sample papers. Though it may include a few examples with changed numerical.

Varun Sharma

Varun Sharma

Asked on 17 February, 2019

How to score well in Science?

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For science, preparing for physics, chemistry, and biology separately is recommended. Focus on understanding and revising the concepts thoroughly. For physics, practice numerical questions and study theorems. For chemistry, solve numerical problems, prepare short summaries of concepts, charts for formulae, reactions, equations, and definitions. For biology, apart from studying all the chapters thoroughly, practicing diagrams and labeling them correctly is extremely important.

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Asked on 17 February, 2019

How can we prepare Physics for the board exam?

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Here are the tips for Science preparation: Focus on understanding and revising the concepts thoroughly. Practice numerical questions and study theorems. Prepare short summaries of concepts, charts for formulae, and definitions. Work on your weak areas. Solve mock tests and sample papers daily.

Shweta Jain

Shweta Jain

Asked on 17 February, 2019

Can we carry a backpack for water bottle or other other things in the exam center and exam hall?

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You can carry a backpack to the examination center but you are not allowed to bring that in the examination hall. To prevent cheating, bagpacks are restricted in the exam hall. Only admit card, school ID and a transparent pouch are allowed in the hall. You can also bring a transparent water bottle.

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utkarsh kumar

Asked on 17 February, 2019

How late can we enter the examination hall?

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Students are strictly instructed to reach the examination center before 10 am to avoid the last minute rush. Those who will arrive late will not get the entry in the examination hall.

Vinit Jain

Vinit Jain

Asked on 17 February, 2019

Will we be given extra time for completing the formalities in the answer sheet?

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No, students will not get extra time to fill the basic details in the answer sheet. Students are instructed to reach the examination center before 10 am to avoid last minute trouble. They will be given 15 minutes when the exam will start to fill the formalities in the answer sheet.

Dipika Sen

Dipika Sen

Asked on 17 February, 2019

How to score well in the board exam?

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Some tips for board exam preparation: Know the complete syllabus. Create a study timetable for effective preparation. Focus on subject-wise topics. Prepare a revision plan. Work on your weak areas. Solve sample papers and previous question papers. Also, one must first finish studying the NCERT books. Arihant, Xam Idea, FullMarks, Pradeep's, and RD Sharma, are some among the reference books.

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Asked on 17 February, 2019

Is calculator allowed in the board exam?

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No, electronic devices such as mobile phones, smartwatches or calculator are not allowed inside the examination hall.

Gautam Singh

Gautam Singh

Asked on 17 February, 2019

How should I prepare Social Science for the board exam?

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Social Sciences is one of the main subjects in CBSE Class 10 board exams. Social Sciences consists of History, Civics, Geography, and Economics. For History, students should prepare charts/notes for important dates and events. For Civics, students need to memorize chapters properly. For Economics, understanding economic terms and learning definitions is essential. Geography requires thorough understanding; students should practice map questions to score high.

Manthan Burnwal

Manthan Burnwal

Asked on 17 February, 2019

How to score well in Chemistry?

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Tips to score good marks in Chemistry: Focus on understanding and revising the concepts thoroughly. Solve numerical problems, prepare short summaries of concepts, charts for formulae, reactions, equations, and definitions. Go through the notes daily. Work on your weak areas first and then move to other topics.

Shalini Punjeta

Shalini Punjeta

Asked on 17 February, 2019

Can you tell me if hardboard is allowed in the board exams or not?

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Students are instructed to carry a transparent clipboard or plain hardboard with nothing written on it. Hardboard with designs or something written on it is not allowed inside the examination hall.

Sudha K C

Sudha K C

Asked on 17 February, 2019

Can we wear smart watch in the board exam?

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No, smartwatches are not allowed inside the examination hall. You can wear analog watch for the board exams.

Aditya Kumar Singh

Aditya Kumar Singh

Asked on 17 February, 2019

What are the rules for a private candidate?

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Following are the instructions for private candidates (1) Carry admit card, a valid id proof, and a photograph to the examination hall, (2) Get parents' signature on the admit card, (3) Wear light clothes, (4) Carry transparent pouch to keep stationary, (5) Reach the examination center on time.

Vibhanshu Sharma

Vibhanshu Sharma

Asked on 17 February, 2019

Which pen should we use in the board exams?

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Students appearing for the board exam can write answers with a blue gel or ball pen. They can use a black pen to highlight or write titles or headlines.

Paras Nagori

Paras Nagori

Asked on 17 February, 2019

Is carrying school ID card compulsory this year?

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Yes, it is mandatory to bring your school ID card along with the admit card to enter into the examination hall.

Khushi Subudhi

Khushi Subudhi

Asked on 17 February, 2019

Can we take our analog/digital watches to the examination hall?

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Yes, you can take analog as well as digital watches in the examination hall. The only condition is that your watch should not have a calculator.

Nikhil Dahiya

Nikhil Dahiya

Asked on 17 February, 2019

Is it true that 25% of questions will be of objective type?

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As per a report on 2019 board exams, around 25% questions will be objective type.

Aditya Prakash

Aditya Prakash

Asked on 17 February, 2019

I have lost my school identity card. What can I do now?

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If you have lost your school ID card, inform your school authority about it. They will either give you either a new ID or a substitute for the board exam.

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Asked on 17 February, 2019

Is transparent pouch compulsory?

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According to the instructions issued by the CBSE, it is mandatory to bring only the transparent pouch in the board exam.

Brijesh Kumar

Brijesh Kumar

Asked on 17 February, 2019

Watches are allowed or not in the board exam?

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Yes, wristwatches are allowed in the board exams.

Seji kaur

Seji kaur

Asked on 17 February, 2019

Can we solve both questions given in the OR option section in the question paper?

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When you are given options, you have to select only one question from it. Attempting both questions will not give you an extra mark. You have to do just one.

Payal Gupta

Payal Gupta

Asked on 16 February, 2019

Is it important to carry an transparent pouch ? Can a normal pouch work as well?

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Yes, it is important to carry a transparent pouch. It has been made mandatory to avoid any chance of cheating.

Aaryan Sharma

Aaryan Sharma

Asked on 16 February, 2019

Is carrying School ID card compulsory this year?

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Yes, the school ID card is necessary to appear for the board examination. During the board examination, the invigilator checks your admit card but he/she may even check your school ID also.

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Parakram Powar

Asked on 16 February, 2019

Is parent's signature on admit card mandatory?

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CBSE has made the sign of the candidate's parent. mandatory. This is apart from the school principal's signature. Parents must also go through their child's admit card and instructions while students must ensure that their admit cards have their parent's and principal's signatures.

Amit Balasubramanium

Amit Balasubramanium

Asked on 16 February, 2019

How to score high marks in math board exam?

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For math, you can score good marks with a thorough understanding and 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.

Aaryan Gupta

Aaryan Gupta

Asked on 16 February, 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.

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