There are some tips and tricks that will help you a lot in preparation for the board exams. How many subjects, you touch for on daily basis and how much time you give for a single subject. What is the way of your preparation, these are some points which plays very important role in getting and scoring good marks in the board exams. Let’s talk about how to prepare:
Try to study at least four subjects out of total five per day. This will keep your memory sharp for all subjects. Then spend one and half an hour for a single subject. It means, you have to give six hours daily for your all four subjects. But don’t study continuously.
Here are a few tips that may help you reduce the exam stress:
Believe in yourself.
You are capable of passing the exam. You wouldn't have been given a place in the class or on the course if you didn't have the ability to do it.
Don’t just worry – take action!
If you don't understand some of your course material, getting stressed out won't help. Instead, take action by seeing your course tutor or asking your class mates to help you understand the problem.
Don’t put yourself under too much pressure
Aim to do your best but recognize that if you think that "anything less than A+ means I've failed" then you are creating unnecessary stress for yourself.
Take a break.
As soon as you notice you are losing concentration, take a short break – go for a walk, talk to a friend or just listen to some music. Then you will feel refreshed and able to concentrate on your revision again.
If you will study like this I am sure you will definitely get high marks in your all exams, CBSE board exams and all other competitive exams.
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