How to do well in your CBSE exam?

Standard 12th is a crucial period in a student’s life. Having to take the board examinations at the end of the year, can build a lot of tension as well as anticipation. With that said, doing well in the boards could open doors to superior prospects for higher education for students.
A lot of students are of the idea that board exams are too tough to crack. But that’s not true. With the right kind of study plan as well as hard work and dedication, faring well in your examination is not as tough as it is made out to be.
Here is some help –

Create a suitable space for studying
A quiet and peaceful place is vital for students, especially those who are about to take an important exam such as the 12th boards. Students get to concentrate better when the environment is calm and noise-free. It is also important that you ensure that the room is well-lit and your chair and table comfortable.

Keeping away distractions of any sort, such as phone or laptop will help you in devoting your attention to your studies.

Maintain a routine
In order to do well in your boards, you will need to not only cover the vast syllabus at hand, but also be thorough with it. This would therefore need you to study routinely, that too with complete dedication. Having a well-set routine will aid you in carrying out your studies in an orderly fashion. You will not only be covering all the subjects in time but will also be keeping enough time at hand for a thorough revision.

Practice what you have studied
You may have covered the entire syllabus, but it might still not be enough to help you with your exams, if you do not revise what you have studied, well. Practicing regularly will help you grasp the topics better. Moreover, you will be less likely to forget all that you have studied, and any doubt or confusion that you might have had initially will get cleared too.

Group study
If you feel there are certain subjects that you may need help with, then a group study plan might just be your solution. Group study is an informal term which refers to a bunch of students coming together to mutually help each other with the coursework. You can help a friend with a subject that you are better at, and they can do the same for you. This way, you will not only finish up your course on time but also have the bandwidth to revise things.

Take help of technology
We live in a digital world and there is more to the internet than social media. Today there are tools to help students ease up their education and do well in exams. There are online tests for Class 12 students that cover all the subjects and coursework. You can search for an ICSE or CBSE class 12 tests online depending on which board you belong to.
Taking these tests will give you an idea of how things are going to be during board exams as well as help you realize how well your preparations have been going.

Eat healthy, sleep well
Before taking their board exams, students find themselves under a lot of pressure. Anxiety often keeps them up at night, and they even neglect their daily diet. However, these activities only end up worsening their situation. Good and healthy diet as well as proper rest is vital for the well-being of your mind and body. And you need your mind and body to efficiently co-ordinate when you take your exams. You can also take up some light exercises to help relieve stress.

In the end, starting your preparations well-in time can save you from having to rush through things. So get on with your study plan. All the best!