CBSE board exams 2018: Busy with last-minute revisions? Here are must know tips you can’t ignore

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Published: March 4, 2018 11:41:23 AM

CBSE board exams 2018: For Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) candidates, the board exam commences in less than 24 hours. CBSE will start conducting the Class 10 board examinations from March 5, which will continue till April 4.

CBSE sample papers, CBSE guide, CBSE result, CBSE board exam date, CBSE board exam time table, CBSE board exam scheme All the candidates are up with their last-minute revision and anxiously waiting for the papers to begin.

CBSE board exams 2018: For Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) candidates, the board exam commences in less than 24 hours. CBSE will start conducting the Class 10 board examinations from March 5, which will continue till April 4. Whereas, for the Class 12 candidates, the examination commences on March 5 and ends on April 12. All the candidates are up with their last-minute revision and anxiously waiting for the papers to begin. While you are engaged in last-minute revisions, we have got you sorted with some last minute tips and reminders that will save your day.

Do not forget you Admit Card!

One thing you have to make sure before leaving for the examination centre is to carry your admit card or hall ticket with yourself. Without the card you will not be allowed to enter the examination centre and in order to avoid any last minute trouble, keep the admit card with you and retain it till all the examinations are over.

Revision

Selective study is a good way to retain or recollect whatever you had studied before. Instead of last-minute learning, it’s wise to go through all the chapters and focus on the key points.

Carry stationery and calculator:

Just like the Admit card, carrying your stationeries to examination centre is important. In case you are appearing for an exam where you will be needing a calculator, you need to keep one handy. It is also recommended to keep spare stationeries in case there is an emergency.

Time management:

Time management will be an important aspect of your examination. Before starting the paper, take time to calculate how much time to devote on a section or question. Managing time smartly can help you finish the paper on time and you can also save some time for revision.

Reaching the examination centre on time will also help you arrange things within time and you can relax before appearing for the paper. Last minute hurry is likely to make you more anxious and can affect your writing. So, please avoid it and be prepared in advance. All the best.

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