Tips to Prepare Effectively for Class 10 Board Exam

Class 10 Board Exams are one of the most popular board exams in India. Students must score good marks in their Class 10 exam if they want to take admission in top schools in Class 11 after passing the board exam. While preparing for the board exams the most important thing that is needed is the regular practice and assessment in subjects like maths and science. While preparing for the exam don’t stress out, be relaxed and organize your plans neatly.

In this article, we have shared a few tips and tricks to help students to make effective and organized preparations for the Class 10 Board exams. These tips will definitely benefit the students to score more than 90 percent marks in their exams. Students can implement these tips while preparing for their board exams of CBSE, ICSE or State Boards such as UP Board Class 10, Maharashtra Board, etc.

1. Plan your studies

Prepare a proper timetable and allocate ample time for each subject. While studying choose the best timing in which you will feel comfortable. Do not distract yourself and find a proper study place that you feel is most suitable and convenient. Following a proper time table will help you to cover all the subjects important for board exams.

2. Be thorough with Syllabus

Class 10 students should have a strong grasp of the syllabus for Class 10 as the final question paper will be prepared as per the prescribed syllabus. Having a good knowledge about the syllabus of all the subjects will make you feel confident while attempting your final board exams. All the questions asked in the exam will be related to the prescribed syllabus of the subjects.

3. Solve previous year question papers

It is always beneficial for students to solve previous year question papers Class 10 after you are done with the revision of the whole syllabus. Practising it before the exam will help you to track your preparation level and on which part you are lacking behind. Getting a hand on these previous year papers will improve your time management skills so that you can complete the entire paper in the prescribed time duration.

  1. Improve your strengths and weaknesses.

Before the exam work hard on your weaknesses and take help from your teachers if you are stuck somewhere. Know your strengths and concentrate more on improving them. It will help you to analyze your problem-solving skills. It’s always beneficial to work on your strengths and weaknesses so that at the time of exam you don’t feel unconfident.

  1. Revise on a daily basis

Revision should be done on a daily basis and before starting a new chapter you should be thorough with the previous chapter and make important notes of formulae and keep them handy so that you can revise them as and when you want. Students can utilize study materials such as solutions available for different boards. For eg: CBSE students prefer NCERT solutions to revise textbook questions, different state boards refer their textbook solutions like UP board Class 10 students refer UP Board Class 10 solutions available for all the respective subjects.

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