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How to Manage Board Exams with Entrance Exams 2014

There has been confusion all around in the students regarding the preparation strategy that should be adopted to balance the competitive exams with the board exams for class 12th.

Students must be wondering about at many sources to find out if there is any connection between the syllabi of the competitive exams and the board exams. From a quite a long while we are getting queries about successful management of the school exams with entrance exams.

After long discussions with our experts here we have provided some of the basic tips that if followed by the student can help them a great extent to achieve their objective in entrance exams as well as board exams in 2014.

How to Manage Board Exams with Entrance Exams 2014

A common doubt among the students now a days is about the management of degree exam with entrance exams. Read carefully the instructions given below to avoid your doubts and to clarify your confusion.

Never mistake to consider the entrance exams entirely different from the board exams.

Usually 70 percent of the syllabus in entrance exams is dependent upon the syllabus of board exams. Rest of the 30 percent is nothing but the numerical applications of those 70 percent.

That’s why the main motto of the student appearing in both board exams as well as entrance exams must be to cover all of the basics in the class 12th with most of the theory concepts whose applications will be used in detail in the entrance exams. Thus never try to skip the intermediate syllabus for the preparation of entrance exams.

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The competitive exams are entirely dependent upon the intermediate exams. First of all study the syllabus of entrance exams and compare it with the syllabus of plus 2 and judge accordingly. Then prepare a time table on a chart paper on which division of the time for each subject will be separately mentioned. Link the syllabus of the exams with each other and study according to the appropriate content.

How to Link Both Syllabus with each other

It might be a doubt of interconnection of both of these syllabus with each other. First Syllabus of both exams i.e. entrance as well as Board exams are more important. Candidates many time fail to drop themselves on complete perfect syllabus or material which results in to understand themselves a broad syllabus which actually don’t. Syllabus of both these exams always interconnect with each other. In fact 80-85% syllabus are common from board exams.

If a candidate start comparing questions or pattern of entrance exams and Board exams he/she would find that almost all question are of intermediate level. Even many questions are same to same. If left JEE entrance then no any entrance are there which provides complicated and typical questions not connecting from Board syllabus. JEE too prepares all questions on NCERT pattern however the way of presentation are only different. So, try to catch and focus on the way which these big entrance exams follow to set question papers.

Don’t become careless after the board exams as that is the most important time to revise all your read part for the competitive exams. Practice as much numerical questions as you can for the exam ahead.

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Be sure to complete your theory and conceptual part up to the board exams. Basics must be clear, many questions will be solved on petty logics in the theory part you read for the intermediate exams.

The difference where it comes is about the numerical part of the syllabus. It’s up to you how you manage your time with the theory and numerical parts. But it is well understood that without practising numerical portion for a good part of time it will not be easier to solve the questions in the exam hall.

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CBSE Board Exams Preparation Tips Strategy 2013-14

Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) New Delhi will conduct the board exams for 10th and 12th from 1st of March 2014. The notification was issued on the official website and it was also declared that the final date sheet for the exams will be announced soon.

The nearing board exams would be mounting pressure on the heads of students to prepare well before the time and to have enough of it for revision.

Keeping in mind these issues and problems faced by the students we are here to provide tips for the preparation of board exams following which students could effectively take care of there time management.

CBSE Board Exams 2014 Preparation Tips

There is a fixed pattern for the preparation as suggested by experts which one must follow in order to be perfectly prepared for the final board exams.

To start with one must prepare a time table for his daily routine and check in it that you does not waste any time. Time is precious and not going to be reversed so value the time and keep a check on it.

Once the time table has been drawn fix the subjects you will study in the allotted time. You can also keep some days fixed for studying one subject and on behalf of your calculations stretch your planned strategy of covering each subject to the end.

While in preparation stage at the close of the subject refer to the important questions or sample papers of the particular subject. You will find them on our website very easily and try to solve them perfectly.

Remember to keep time in your planning for proper revision of each subject. Without revision even the prepared subject will be reduced to naught in the examination.

And the last point to be kept in mind is that never attempt to study the whole night before the exam. It makes your mind restless and your sleep deprivation leads to vaporizing of answers.

The next and important point is concentrate on different varieties of questions of different subjects along with CBSE new paper pattern and model papers of 2013-14 from the month of February 2014. CBSE will soon release latest paper pattern for the session 2013-14. We will also provide those sample papers of CBSE so we advise to all candidates of 2013-14 session to stay with us by regular checking of this website cbse-nic.in and like CBSE EXAM Result on facebook for soon CBSE updates 2014.

How to Attempt Question Papers in Board Exams

Start from the last. Experts prefer to start from the last of the question paper because those questions carry maximum marks and are generally straight forward in answering, nevertheless they are lengthy but simple. It is perfectly employed in the paper of Maths.

The other advantage in starting form last is that if you miss some of the questions due to lack of time they are not the questions of very high marks for sure.

Try to answer point to point instead of answering in a round way.

Answer in points rather than in paragraph will help examiner to go positively with your answer sheet which is a merit or bonus feature for the candidates

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