The results of your Class 12th examination play an integral role in determining how to take a step towards your career in the right direction. Achieving excellent grades is of paramount importance given the tough competition these days. You must succeed, which means passing with flying colors!
Here is a list of dos and don’ts that Oswaal Books has compiled to give you a few pointers:
Know your syllabus. For instance, if you are appearing for CBSE exams, refer to their website as it contains the updated syllabus of that particular year.
It is advisable to stick to NCERT textbooks as most question papers are mapped based on them.
Buy Class 12 Question Bank of the last ten years and solve them. You can get them both online and from book shops (ensure the publisher is authentic).
Class 12 Sample Question Papers are also a huge help when it comes to understanding the sort of questions asked in the actual exam. Follow sample papers of the relevant board only.
Know the marking scheme by looking at specific marks break-up of various questions. Thus you know probable marks for various steps involved in the correct solution.
Mock tests (sample papers) help to improve speed and accuracy so you can allow the right amount of time per question.
Understand the basic concepts instead of cramming or else it will completely mess up your preparation.
Ideally, it is best to study subjects that require memorization in the morning when you are refreshed after a good night’s sleep. Your brain is more alert during this time.
Table out equal timings for all subjects on different days instead of studying or referring to them on the same day.
Don’t study outside the scope of your syllabus as it is a waste of time and energy. Only the prescribed syllabus is referred to while setting question papers.
Don’t use Class 12 self-help books as an alternative to textbooks, as these guide books are only for refreshing what you have already learned.
Never pull an all-nighter before an exam as it can do more harm than good. You might get confused about what you have studied.
Don’t revise a whole chapter a day before exams – stick to browsing through main points.
Avoid studying till the last minute – cover vital portions on time, so you don’t have to mug up.
Steer clear from comparing study routines with friends. Everyone’s schedule and learning style is unique!
We hope these tips will be helpful for you to achieve desired results and move onto a flourishing career in the field of your choice.
Best of Luck! and Follow #Oswaal Books as your one-stop solution to all your academic preparations.