The Biggest Trends in Question Banks We’ve Seen This Year

The Biggest Trends in Question Banks We’ve Seen This Year

30 April 2019 | Source: : Oswaal Books Editorial Board | Join the Discussion


Let’s begin with congratulating you for successfully completing one more academic year of your student life! While there is the excitement of going back to school, it is also natural to have some anxiety because you will be appearing for board exams or commencing higher secondary classes.

Whatever the case may be, good preparation is the key to score high in exams. The question bank for March 2020 exams can give you a solid foundation and head start in your preparation. But, before you buy any question bank, you must make sure that it has incorporated the latest trends of the new academic year.

Watch out for the following trends in your questions banks:                         

  •        Chapter Wise and Topic Wise Introduction

The ideal question banks would be the ones which include chapter wise and topic wise introduction strictly as per CBSE curriculum. This would save you time from sorting out the relevant syllabus and enable you to do a quick revision.

  •        Solved Papers with Marking Scheme

NCERT question banks and CBSE question banks should have solved papers along with the marking scheme prescribed by the boards. This will help you understand how the questions should be answered according to the marks allotted against them.

  •        Topper Answers

Wouldn’t you want to know what the board toppers wrote in their exams? The question banks should have topper answers so that you know what type of answers can give you a competitive edge.

  •        Previous Years’ Questions

The questions asked in the previous year board exams could give you some useful tips regarding the pattern. The latest question banks contain previous years’ board exam questions of all sets of Delhi, outside Delhi, Foreign and Compartment to facilitate the focused study

  •        Flowcharts

Flowcharts are the visual representation of academic concepts. They help you to understand and remember the concepts better. Make sure that your question banks have flowcharts for concepts clarification.

  •        Mind Maps

A mind map is another graphical representation technique to structure and remember the facts and figures easily. The question banks that contain mind maps can increase the efficiency of your revision.

  •        Different Types of Questions

The board exam papers comprise different patterns of questions and you should be aware of all of them. The ideal question banks contain MCQs, VSA, Short, Long & Very Long Answer Questions, Value-Based & HOTS questions for practice.

  •        Typology

Make sure that typology of questions banks is based on Bloom’s Taxonomy. This will not only help you in revisions but also develop your cognitive skills.

Do you know that Oswaal question bank for March 2020 exams is thoroughly updated as per the latest guidelines of CBSE board? It strictly follows the latest syllabus and pattern of the board. There are some bonus resources too. It has ‘Most likely Questions’ generated by its editorial board team with 100+ years of teaching experience. It also has video recommendations at the end of each chapter if you are interested in digital learning and want to explore academic concepts beyond textbooks.

Oswaal NCERT question banks and CBSE question banks follow the latest trends and have everything you need at one place to understand, revised and excel.

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