What are some preparation tips for the class 12 CBSE 2020 exam PCM?

CBSE Class 12 examinations are commencing from 15 February 2020 and will be over by 30 March 2020. Nearly one month’s time is left for the examinations. CBSE 12 examination is considered to be most important from the point of view of choosing a stream to pursue further studies. Percentage in 12 class exam plays an important role in qualifying and deciding which higher studies exams to go for.  

We are giving here CBSE 2020 Exam Preparation Tips which will be very useful and important for students. We will focus mainly on Physics, Chemistry, Mathematics subjects, however, tips may also be of great use to other subject exams. Students must follow these tips for a higher scoring in the exam.

Tip No.1: Know your syllabus and Pattern:-

The syllabus has gone a major change for the CBSE 12 exam for 2020 onwards. Study deeply the syllabus of each subject and pattern of examination. CBSE has introduced 20 Multiple Choice Questions (MCQ) and short answer type of one mark each. This is for preparing students for the future trends of entrance examinations which are mostly MCQ type.  In physics and Chemistry subjects, out of total 100 marks, 30 marks are for practical and 70 marks are for theory. Out of 70 marks of theory, 20 marks are for MCQ and short answer type and 50 remain for actual theory subjective questions.  For mathematics, out of total 100 marks, 20 marks are for internal assessment and 80 marks are for theory. Again, out of 80 marks of theory, 20 marks are for MCQ and short answer type questions and 60 marks are for subjective theory questions.

Tip No.2: Make Complete study schedule:-

You must have already done complete preparation of the syllabus of all your subjects during your previous year. Now it is time to revise. Make a daily and weekly study plan. Give equal priority to all subjects and stick to your plan. This one-month preparation will open doors to your future study path. CBSE has released a detailed subject and topic wise breakup of marks distribution. Map your study plan according to topic wise projected marks that you can obtain.

Tip No.3: Best Books:-

First, study the syllabus for each subject in detail and then arrange the best books either by purchasing or take from your senior or teachers. NCERT books are considered as the best for study for 12 CBSE exams. CBSE 12 papers are prepared from NCERT books. You can also refer to other reference books for more information.

Tip No.4: Self-Prepared Study Notes:-

Prepare your notes for each subject. These notes will be most useful for revision before the examination. Self-made notes contain specific information in short form including formulas that you easily understand.

Tip No. 5: E-Mock Test:-

E-Mock tests are online attempting of exams or questions mostly of MCQ type. These can be practiced on a computer, laptop or mobile at any time anywhere suitable to you. As the MCQ type questions of substantial marks are introduced in CBSE 12 class exam, e-mock test will play a vital role in securing overall high marks. CBSE 2020 Mock Test is available online with both the options of free and paid. E-mock test give real exam type feel and provide complete statistics of performance. By analyzing the currently attempted set, you can know where and how to improve upon yourself as it gives statistics of time taken, number of correct answers, number of wrong answers and their solutions. Initially, you can practice on the customized mock test, which is for a specific subject/topic. Later on, you can go for a complete subject mock test.

Click on below-mentioned link for practicing mock tests

CBSE-12TH-BIOLOGY-SKILL
CBSE-12TH-CHEMISTRY-SKILL
CBSE-12TH-MATH-SKILL
CBSE-12TH-PHYSICS

Tip No.6: Take proper Sleep and diet:-

You must take adequate sleep of 6 to 8 hours daily and a proper diet. Take short breaks in between your studies as a relaxed mind grasps easily and quickly. Be relaxed and fearless.

Tip No.7: Stay away from disturbances:-

There are several activities that distract your study and concentration. Do not engage in such activities like watching TV, listening to music, WhatsApp or text messaging, attending phone and opening doors etc. during your planned study time.

Tip No.8: Learn fundamentals:-

Do not cram, learn from basics. In mathematics, steps of solution are important which comes by fundamentals and basic formulas. In Physics and Chemistry, why and how are important.

Tip No.9: Study with best friends:

Be in touch with your best friend you are comfortable with. Discuss topics as knowledge spreads with sharing. You will get more clarity and confidence when you confirm solutions with your friends. Moreover, you will know or will confirm other information related to your exam which may be of importance.

Tip No.10: Be confident:-

In the last days of the exam, do not discuss with your friend those topics which you have not studied or are not confident with. Be confident about what you have studied. You are going to give your best in the exam.

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