A robust and realistic study plan is quintessential for your class 12 board exam preparation in order to procure excellent marks in the board examination. Preparing a study plan does no good unless you strive to follow it, without fail. You should develop a study plan according to your method of studying. Following are a few suggestions that would help you in building your own study plan:
1. Go through the syllabus of Class 12.
Before you start preparing for your Class 12 board exam of CBSE, you should be aware of the entire syllabus that would be taught. You will also get an idea of the marking scheme and weightage of the chapters from the syllabus. You have to make it a habit to study daily. However, on the off chance that you are starting late, make sure to start from the topic or chapter that carry the most mark to get a firm hold on these topics.
2. Collect all the study materials available
Before you go ahead with your class 12 board exam preparations, make sure that you have collected all the available study materials. The best study material for the CBSE Class 12 board exam is the NCERT books. Once you are thorough with the NCERT, move on to other study materials.
3. Evaluate your preparation by attending mock tests.
No matter how hard you study, unless you solve sample papers and assess yourself with mock tests, your Class 12 board exam preparation is never complete. You can practice as well as take mock tests on any subject and chapter by solving sample papers with dedication and seriousness. These mock test will help you in getting acquainted with the exam environment.
4. Solve previous year papers
Solving previous year papers is another method of winning that extra edge in your preparation for the Class 12 board exam. The previous year question papers of all the subjects of class 12 are easily accessible both online and offline. Solving as many previous year papers as possible will help you in understanding the types of questions that might appear in the exam.
5. Ensure to spend time on all the subjects
Attempting to finish one subject at once and then moving on to the next subject is not a wise way to plan your studies. Make sure that you divide time equally and work on each subject simultaneously. Doing so will make you feel less bored and will also enable you to finish the portions as per the study plan.
Make sure that you revise all the NCERT solutions to keep the concepts and methods fresh in your mind. Most of the questions asked in the CBSE board exams are taken directly or indirectly from either NCERT examples or the NCERT Questions given at the end of each chapter.
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