How to prepare for board exams

How to prepare for board exams

Thorough Knowledge of Syllabus

Our education system is such that the student is rarely aware of the syllabus. They tend to follow the directions which their teachers give them throughout the 10 years of their school lives. However, the situation is bit different in class 10th and the student needs to be aware of the exact syllabus which they need to follow.s A better way is to consult your teachers on the exact syllabus format or get the copy of the same from the website of the concerned school board, be it Central Board for School Education (CBSE) or any other regional board.

There is very little chance of a question beyond your prescribed textbooks. Ensure you are well versed with each concept and topic in your textbook. Do not ignore diagrams, tables or graphs in your textbooks as questions can be asked on any chapter from the textbook.

Find a place to study

To prepare effectively for the examination, you need to identify a quiet corner of the home, so as to study in peace and prepare comprehensively for the examination. Ensure that you are away from any kind of electronic gadget, be it television or radio as you start your preparations for the upcoming examination.

Eat healthy

Following a healthy dietary schedule is important when you begin preparations for the examinations. Ensure that you take a light dinner whenever you plan to study till late. Overeating decreases the grasping power and you will feel lethargic all the while. This will create difficulty for you when it comes to remembering facts and figures.

Studying till late hours should be avoided in the later stages of the exam preparation. You should never remain awake till late night a day before the examination as this can create a headache, the next morning and you might end up in trouble.

    • Food can affect how you feel and think, it can influence alertness and the ability to concentrate.
    • Eat little and often, aim to have three meals a day as well as mid morning and mid afternoon snack
    • Don’t skip breakfast.
    • Choose foods which are low in sugar.
    • Choose whole foods, including fruits, vegetables and whole grains.

Include foods which are high in essential fats such as nuts, seeds and oily varieties of fish

  • It is important to remain hydrated – aim to drink 1.5 litres a day, avoiding sugary and caffeinated drinks.

Be Active

Apart from keeping you calm, exercising also increases the rate of blood flow around your body, and to the brain as well. This can really help you to think more clearly, and to learn better.

Don’t overdo it, studying for hours without a break will tire you and ruin concentration. Take frequent short breaks while you are working.

While working hard, revising and doing exams it is important to have some fun, reward yourself for achieving what you set out to do. Motivation can be helped if you have something to look forward to

1 Comment
  • You really make it seem so easy with your presentation but I find this matter to be actually something that I think I would never understand. It seems too complex and very broad for me. I’m looking forward for your next post, I’ll try to get the hang of it!

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