CBSE, ICSE board and many other board exams are going to be held soon. Board exams are an important occasion in the life of any student. Many times students get very nervous while preparing for board exams. They do not understand from which subject to start preparing, so students can follow the subject-wise preparation plan.
This chart helps a lot in improving performance. Before the board exam, it is very important for the students to read all the concepts thoroughly and be confident about their preparation. The student is expected to have covered the entire syllabus by now. The student must follow the suggestions of the board to get good marks in the examination. The Examination Board advises students to do at least 6 to 8 hours of self study every week, excluding classroom or online study and tests or internal assessment.
Students should devote equal time to self-study for all subjects, that means two hours for each major subject Maths, Science and Social Science and in between for English, Hindi or any other subject. The most important thing for a student to prepare for the board exam is that they keep practicing maths and science subjects regularly. During the preparation of the exam, the student should keep himself stress free and should not put too much pressure on himself. According to the study routine, students can study and keep practicing the weak subject or topic continuously. With this you will be able to get maximum marks.
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