CBSE Class 10 Board Exam 2022: Solve subject-wise sample papers this way, follow these simple steps

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CBSE Class 10 Term 2 Board Exam 2022: The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) Class 10 Term 2 Board Exam 2022 is fast approaching and students across the country are very busy in their last-minute preparations. CBSE Class 10 Term 2 Board Exam will start on April 26 and end on May 24. With less than a month left for the exams, now students must focus on revision and solve model papers to improve their preparation.

Apart from CBSE sample papers, practising with question banks and practice papers is also a must at this point. CBSE Class 10 students can now practice for their Term 2 board exams with the help of questions and practice papers prepared by subject experts.

Follow these tips while solving board exam papers-

1- Prepare yourself: To score good marks, it is very important to appear on the board exam paper. A clean, answer sheet with good handwriting, reasonable margins, and the necessary illustrations or diagrams makes it easy for the examiner to make corrections. A good presentation helps the examiner to read your answers easily. So, be presentable in your answer sheet.

2- Make the best use of the extra 15 minutes: Extra reading time, in the beginning, plays a very important role in solving the question paper because in this time you can mark or pin the questions which you know completely. so that you can try them first. You can set priority in 3 levels high priority, medium priority and low priority. If you know the answers then solving them thoroughly, in the beginning, can boost your confidence level.

3- Select the questions wisely: Before attempting the question paper, you must read all the given questions carefully and mark the questions which you are more confident to answer. You should start by answering questions that you know the answers to. Otherwise, if you spend a lot of time-solving questions in which you are not very confident, you will not be able to complete the paper.

4- Write a short, to the point answer. You should write accurate, relevant, well-to-the-point answers according to the word limit described in the instructions. Avoid writing down everything you know. Writing unnecessarily long answers just to fill the answer sheet will only waste your valuable time and you will not be able to complete your paper on time.

5- Self-evaluate your answer sheet: After you have answered your question paper, you should always revise your answers before handing over the answer sheet to the examinee. Verify your roll number, cross-check the question number in your answer sheet and look for any questions that you have not missed. If you have time left then try to solve it.

first published:April 7, 2022, 9:39 p.m.

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