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Title: Top Tips to Write a Perfect Answer in CBSE Board Exams


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Top Tips to Write a Perfect Answer in CBSE Board
Exams
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  • Every time students sit in the examination hall,
    they feel anxious and nervous. The pressure is so
    overwhelming that students tend to forget what
    they have learned.
  • Though it is natural among all but the situation
    can be made easy by following few tricks while
    sitting in the examination hall and taking the
    exam.
  • Here we will take a look at some tips and
    strategies which will help you prepare and
    attempt your exams in the best possible way.

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1) Set the Priority
Mark the Questions you can Attempt First
  • List out the questions which you are more
    confident writing at.
  • There is no need to write the answers in the same
    order as in question paper.
  • Firstly, write those answers which you know very
    well. This will help you gain confidence and will
    also help you spare enough time to think about
    the other questions, answers to which are a bit
    blur in your mind.

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2) Write upto Mark
  • Read a question carefully and understand the
    sense of question.
  • Try to limit your answer to the requirement and
    avoid writing a whole paragraph.
  • Write an innovative and smart answer.
  • Keep your answers left justified.

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3) Choose Questions Wisely
  • Usually, some questions in the paper are given
    choices. Student has to select any one of those
    choices.
  • When it comes to choose the questions you want to
    attempt, give a careful reading to each question
    at least twice and then create a picture in mind
    of what you have to write in each case.
  • This way you will be able to evaluate your
    knowledge about the particular question and help
    you clear away any doubts.

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4) Attempt all the Questions
  • We know that there is no negative marking for
    wrong answers in the board exams. So don't be
    afraid to answer the questions about which you
    are confused, as you have nothing to lose. Read
    the question very carefully.
  • Re-read the question. Try to understand the genre
    of the question and what it demands.
  • If you know the answer, then write it.
  • If you don't, then use your brain and make a
    smart guess. Examiners are always looking for
    technical terms or points where they may be able
    to give you marks.

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5) Dont decorate the answer sheet
  • It is well observed among many students that they
    have a habit of attempting their question paper
    in a colourful manner by using blue, green and
    black coloured pointers or markers for headings
    and underlining each one of them.
  • Doing this decorative work is nowhere going to
    gain you any extra marks but will definitely take
    away that precious time which you could have used
    in thinking and writing the answers to questions
    that you left for the end.
  • Use only two pens a blue pen for writing the
    text and black for headings.
  • While drawing diagrams, you must always use a
    pencil. It would keep your answer sheet simple
    and would give you time to write more as well.

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6) Space out each word
  • Make sure your words are properly spaced out.
    Don't squeeze in ten words in the same line.
  • Examinar will find it difficult to read such
    overlapped words. This may cause a fall in your
    grades.
  • Your paper should look neat and clean. Try to
    write the answers in points.
  • Avoid bunching all sentences together. Leave at
    least two lines before and after each question.
  • Doing this will also help you later, when you
    feel you want to add something to your answer.
    This will prevent you making a mess of your
    answer script.

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7) Dont Panic
  • It's not always obvious for you to know
    everything.
  • There may be some questions which you find beyond
    your knowledge.
  • At such times, don't panic or be afraid. Because
    this can affect your brain badly making it blank.
    This way you won't be even able to answer those
    questions which you knew quite well.
  • Think wisely. Be calm and focused. You will have
    plenty of time to think and frame the answers to
    all questions.
  • All you need is to act sensibly to keep yourself
    boosted up with full confidence.

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8) Check your Answer Sheet
  • After you have completed the paper don't forget
    to check your answer sheet and that even twice at
    least.
  • Check what you have written. Many times while
    tallying the answers, we come across the silly
    mistakes which would have been left unaltered if
    were not checked.
  • Check if you havn't skipped any question. Also
    make sure that you have written your roll number
    neatly and properly before handing over the sheet
    to examinar.

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All these tips if followed properly, will surely
help you write a perfect exam and score the
optimum marks in the coming boards. Just give
your best without being worried about the result.
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All the very Best!!!
Created By Aavishkar International School
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