It’s high time now as the final examinations for school students are on the verge of beginning. Students will be running around to check whether they have all the study materials required and notes completed, as part of their preparations to take up the final examinations.
The mindset of most students would be in a confused state of what to do next, where to start with and how to do it. Though these may seem like very simple questions, at this point of time, these are the million dollar questions for all students out there, who are about to kick start their preparations.
For the students from the CBSE background, final exams usually commence in the month of March and continue till the end of the month. Hence, by now the entire syllabus for every class should have been covered by teachers and in some schools the revision schedule might be in process.
During these times, the situation at schools is very serious and all the teachers would be making their best efforts to teach and revise concepts at the last minute. Many teachers also educate their students about how to make an effective plan for the exam preparations of various subjects. However, most students panic when they are left unmonitored or unsupervised, after the school breaks for the study holidays. A very small population of students successfully complete their preparations and also perform well in the exams. So, what happens to the remaining population of students? They perform averagely or even under the mark, by not meeting their targets.
Now, if you are a smart student who is busy with preparations, here are some tips to take, in order to outshine the majority. Firstly, make sure you have all the study materials required, both online and offline. Secondly, get to know the complete syllabus of all subjects. This ensures that you don’t miss out on any topic during the preparation. Having a clear picture of the syllabus helps one sort out many problems. Next, prepare a timeline for the complete syllabus preparation and follow it strictly. This part requires self discipline and commitment.
Finally, when this is done, here comes the strategy. Pick up any CBSE Sample Papers of the subject available online and start solving it. This acts as a complete revision to the preparations done, on a particular subject. Thus, the more sample papers you solve, the more you get to know the areas you are weaker in. This requires more concentration and simultaneously, you also get familiar with the main exam question paper pattern. Solving sample question papers can also improve time management skills, which are very vital for a student.
Therefore, solving the sample papers is the key to smartly walk through the final examinations with confidence. Wishing all the students the best of luck for their final examinations.