The CBSE Board Exams 2021 datesheet for Class 10 and Class 12 has been released on the official website — cbse.nic.in. Check subject-wise board exam 2021 tips.
CBSE Board Exam 2021: The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) has released the datesheet for Class 10 and Class 12 board examination 2021. According to the dates shared, the examinations will be held from May 4, 2021, to June 10, 2021. This means students now have only three months to prepare for the tests and give their best shot.
Here are a few tips for each subject to score better:
Physics: The physics paper consists of direct and less twisted questions. The questions are generally very factual based on formulas and theorems.
Tip — Refer to old question papers and NCERT. Focus on the formulas and theorems. Practice corresponding diagrams and revise the fundamental concepts.
Chemistry: Requires least time from the students. The questions are again very direct and factual.
Tip — Concentrate on chemical reactions, equations, concepts of acids and bases etc. Refer to NCERT.
Biology: The biology paper requires more time allotment than physics or chemistry. You need to put in hard work as it involves good memorising skills.
Tip — Practice the diagrams and terminologies thoroughly. Create a chart for your study space for easy memorisation.
Mathematics: Math needs practice. And you should seek help from teachers whenever necessary.
Tip — Prepare a formula sheet. Focus on NCERT first before moving ahead to anywhere else. Solve previous year question papers.
Social Sciences, Economics and Political Science: For social sciences, economics and political science, try to understand the concepts with practical examples to get a grip on the topics.
Tip — For understanding the concepts, discuss with parents and teachers about the events of 2020 and how it affected our economic and political surroundings.
Geography: The geography paper involves a lot of map work, terminologies etc. A good strategy can easily get you through your paper.
Tip — Practice maps. Make a list of terminologies. Focus on NCERT. Create charts of locations, dates and facts. An answer with these details will get you maximum marks.
History: Avoid mugging up events while learning history. Try to understand history like a story. Understand the effect of one event over another.
Tip — Prepare flash cards or a flow chart and list down the sequence of events chronologically. This will make the series of events easy to remember.
Languages: For both Hindi and English papers, unseen passages are the easiest parts. A little practice there will be sufficient. The writing skill part needs some hard work.
Tip — Work on the format or structure of write ups as it carries 30 to 40% weight age of marks. Practice writing letters, notices and articles more.