CBSE board students must know that in this academic session their exams will be held by two “Term” exams, the Term 1 board exams for classes 10 and 12 will be starting from November 15th, 2021. So, students have barely 6 to 7 weeks to prepare for their first new academic session’s Term exam. Students can download the sample papers and new term wise syllabus from this website.
This term exams could be hard or challenging for those students who are under-prepared because now students must answer about 40 to 50 questions in one and half hours. Here in this article, we are going to tell some tips for students, so they can prepare better before the examinations.
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How to Prepare for CBSE Term Exams 2021-2022
First, students must download the subject related syllabus (new term wise syllabus 2021-2022) and cover up NCERT Books, and don’t go beyond your syllabus. CBSE also provided the Questions Bank, especially for classes 10 and 12, you can also download these from here. So, cover up your subject’s books and prepare the question bank.
Second, you must create a time management chart and solve MCQs from sample papers and question bank’s questions every day before the exams and try to solve all in under 90 minutes.
However, students can purchase specific subjects Sample Paper Practice Book for their Term 1 examination, which will hold on to 15th November 2021.
Class 10: Term 1 Exam Practice Book
Class 12: Term 1 Exam Practice Book
Get Better Marks Following These Success Points
- Students should revise the book before taking practice test
- Students must focus only 3 to 4 minutes per MCQ to compete the paper on time
- Question paper will come in section wise, so student can focus better. So, you must complete one section then another.
- OMR sheet would given in exam so, student must fill carefully on time.
All class 10 and 12 students are advised to be prepared before the exams and they can purchase practice books from Amazon and prepare MCQs section wise so they can focus better. Take 3 to 4 minutes in a single MCQ.