5 Answers to Your Questions About Class 12 Board Exams

5 Answers to Your Questions About Class 12 Board Exams

8 May 2020 | Source: Oswaal Books Editorial Board

Class 12 is a critical year for every student’s life. Granted all your academic answers are right there in the books, there are certain meta-questions about class 12 board exams that few people can answer satisfactorily. Such questions are a critical part of your decision-making process and you shouldn’t neglect them at any cost.

To prevent you from relying on less trustworthy sources and to save you some searching time, Oswaal Books has compiled a list of top 10 generic questions that trouble young minds regarding class 12 board exams in one place below and have also tried to provide satisfactory answers to the same. We have tried not to limit these questions to any particular education board. Instead, we have curated them in such a way that students of all boards can seek answers to their most common questions below.


1. Is there a specific schedule all students must follow to crack their standard 12 board exams?

All students must follow some type of schedule to organize their class 12 board exam preparation days but not every student should follow the same schedule.

This essentially means that you don’t have to wake up early to study just because the previous year class topper did it and it worked for him/her. Many students find it better to concentrate at night or in the afternoon. You too can build your schedule based on what suits you.

Take time to discover what time works best for you and prepare your own schedule accordingly.


2. How many hours should I sleep to get the best results when I’m preparing for class 12 boards?

Most scientific studies suggest that at the age at which you are in class 12, 7-8 hours of sleep is enough. But if you’re someone who needs one or more hours to ease your fatigue or can function with one or more fewer hours of sleep, you can tweak your sleeping hours to suit yourself.

Then again, you must remember that if you’re sleeping anything beyond 10-11 hours or anything less than 6 hours, you might cause problems with your biological functioning. In this case, you should visit a doctor.


3. How many marks do I need to excel in class 12 boards?

As Einstein said, you should not judge a fish by its ability to climb a tree.

After finishing 12 boards, each one of you is going to shape the world in different ways. Based on the path that you chose for it, the kind of marks that you should score to “excel” in class 12 varies. Therefore, it can be safely said that the scores you need to “excel” in class 12 boards depend on your personal goals.

Study the class 12 board cut-off for your targeted course and an average score nearing to this cut-off should be your target score. For instance, if you want to major in Zoology and the cut-off score in your desired college is 70, you know you’ve excelled if you score anything near to 70.


4. I am not particularly good at calculative sums and numericals. How do I make sure I don’t lose marks there?

Practice, practice, and practice some more. Never stop practicing sums if you want to score full marks for them in your class 12 boards. range of Oswaal Books will ensure that you never run out of problems to practice. What’s more, we deliver E-Books within 5 minutes of ordering to your digital device. Order your copy from here today and start practicing today!


5. I am not particularly good at theoretical subjects. How do I make sure I don’t lose marks there?

Refer to previous years’ question papers and question banks for the most important theoretical questions. Learn the best way to answer them from Oswaal Question Bank which have questions arranged both Chapter wise and Topic wise. Order your copies from here at discounted rates!


Now Oswaal Books has made all books available in E-books form.


we have a one-stop solution to give you all the important questions for class 12 boards. Refer our range of Question Bank and Sample question papers organized according to education boards and subjects within those education boards.

Life ahead is a long journey and you must keep walking ahead after class 12 boards with a happy mind, body, and soul.


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