How time table for Board Exam help to Score Good Marks

By | September 17, 2018

All the students preparing for the board exams gets nervous as they approaches to board exam. Although students study it well but often couldn’t able to finish things up correctly. In this article, we are going to give you tips about how time table for board exam help to score good marks. If you are such students who needs such tips then read it till the end.

Time Table of Board Exam How Helps 

Each year Lakhs of students appear for board exam across the country but only few get desired success. It is important to know that those successful students know how time table for board exam help to score good marks. If you want to learn the tips on exam preparation according to exam time table then let’s analyze the last year CBSE Board Exam Time Table. 

I am taking example of last year CBSE 12th Board Exam for Science Stream Although tips to score good marks will be applicable for all streams students including for 10th students.

CBSE 12th Board Exam Time Table 

March 09 – Communicative English

March 15 – Physics

March 20 – Maths

March 25 – Chemistry

March 27 – Computer Science

Being Science Student myself I will be agree that they will be happy seeing this time table now let’s plan for each subjects one by one

March 09 – English

One of the CBSE’s oldest technique coming into play: Start with the 1st language subjects like Hindi, English as these exams are the ones which will fetch the maximum marks to students across the country. Starting with language subject also ensures the working of the authorities of all exam centers across India and ensures a smooth flow afterward.

Importants of Exam Time Table 

Coming to the point, it doesn’t matter whether English will come first subject or last, students should follow the same preparation strategy of preparing from the last year solved papers and practicing for unseen passage. Don’t forget to read the books for comprehension section.

2. March 15 – Physics

Second most important and hardest among the science subject, special attention is given for setting the dates of Physics. In my opinion, 6 days are more than enough for anyone who has thoroughly studied throughout the year, to revise all the derivations, definitions, diagrams and numericals.

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How timetable for board exam help to score good marks

if you are the students then you can make timetable as per below given step as per previous year students follow this idea and scored high marks in the board examination. 

According to CBSE there will be 3 questions worth 5 marks, 9 questions worth 3 marks each, 10 questions worth 2 marks each, and 8, 1 mark questions.

1. Start with the 5 marks, only if you are confident about your knowledge from Units of Electrostatics, Magnetism and Optics.

2. Practice all the diagrams given in NCERT, and most important of all, questions at the end of the EACH chapter. Don’t leave a single question.

3. Don’t forget to take a 30cm ruler, a compass with a small pencil and other such tools to the exam. Calculators not allowed, however log tables are allowed though.

4. Make sure you write quick from the very beginning, and don’t waste time thinking too much for a single question. If Don’t know the answer of any question then Leave it, and come back later.

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3. March 20 – Mathematics

That’s’ my favorite subject but I won’t assume it to be necessarily of yours too! After the physics exam, don’t waste any time and keep yourself on the correct mood. I would suggest, not to study any new topic if you haven’t already done so, as it act as devastation with your focus and concentration.

Instead, go through important questions which you may have marked in your practice times or during class. Revise all those formulae and theorems of calculus, and solve as many mock tests as you can. Believe me, practicing through mock tests will help you increase your speed and thinking process of solving any question.

I suggest you do not even try to pull an all-nighter in those between 5 days. Rather study till 1 am and wake up at 7 am. Solving Mathematics question in the fresh morning will help you immensely for Mathematics preparation.

4. March 25 – Chemistry

For all the students have Computer Science as an Optional subject. I suggest them to revise computer science for 1 day right after your mathematics paper gets over.

Don’t try memorize any name reactions, mechanisms or chemical processes from Organic Chemistry and Don’t cram any facts or properties from P,D,F blocks and Coordination chemistry chapter. As doing so can spoil you in an exam hall.

Do revise all the questions and numerals of all chapter exercises (something which I didn’t and lost 4–5 marks there) and ensure you have all the name-reactions of Organic Chemistry on the tip of your tongue.

During these 5 days from Math to Chemistry, keep revising CS too, especially file handling, data structures and OOPs, as SQL and Networks and communications can be easily remembered by just reading those chapters a couple of times.

On the last day before the chemistry exam, don’t read any chapter. Just go through the questions, that will be enough and more helpful.

5. March 27 Computer Science

Well, according to CBSE, you will be asked 26 marks from Sumita Arora Part-2 and the rest 44 Marks questions from Part-1.

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Out of these, 12 Marks each from ‘Review of Class 11th’ and OOPs, 14 Marks for Data structures, 6 Marks for File handling, 8 Marks each for DBMS and boolean algebra and the rest 10 Marks for Networks.

Like I said earlier, during the 5 days from Math to Chem, you must revise File handling, Data structures and OOPs, make sure you have solved all-important chapter wise questions from each of these chapters and if you haven’t, then practice previous years questions as much as possible.

1. In data structures, just read Push and Pop functions for dynamic Stack and Queues, don’t read Circular queue, it’s a waste of time, plus of a level above Class 12th syllabi.

2. In SQL questions, when asked to write commands for given questions, always prefer to write the commands in capital letters, as it becomes easy and quicker to read, plus you will be easily able to spot your mistakes, if any.

Conclusion: I am sure hope this answer will help, students who are going to appear for board exams. We suggest to follow my points as they are tested by me over a long period of time, and helped me a lot to get good marks in board exam.

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