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CBSE Board Exams 2021: Last 70 Days Smart Study Plan! 5 Easy Tips To Score Big

With the CBSE Board Exams 2021 approaching, it’s time to sharpen your time management skills and put in your best efforts to score well. Stay on track by managing stress levels, snacking on brain food and getting enough sleep to maintain alertness. And, of course, don’t forget to test yourself with CBSE Sample Paper Class 10 & 12 and CBSE Question Banks.

Here are five tips to stay ahead and score high in the board exams:

1. Time management

Go through the CBSE Datesheet carefully and make a schedule that’s practical, which means it should allow for flexibility even while keeping you focussed on studies. Note down all your activities of the day, including meals, socialising, nap times and of course, a bulk of the time to prepare for the exam. Ensure to stay mentally fresh even as the deadline looms closer. 

Also, keep testing yourself CBSE Sample Papers. They will help you assess your preparedness and will teach you to allocate time optimally to particular questions. 

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2. Get some exercise 

The boards are always a serious issue but CBSE Board Exams 2021 has its own unique challenges. To stay alert and focussed, make space for some physical exercise in your routine. Whether it means throwing around a ball with your dog, playing a round of tennis or simply going for a brisk walk, all this can clear your head and make you even more focussed on the task at hand.

3. Avoid procrastination

We all tend to put off tasks that we find challenging or sometimes due to sheer boredom or laziness. Try and make things interesting by organizing a group study session with friends.

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4. Divide your time for each subject

When you’re organizing your time-table, make sure to leave ample time for each subject. Even if you think you’re well-prepared in a subject, make sure you have enough time to prepare. To avoid overconfidence, keep revising & practicing from CBSE Question Bank Class 10 & 12 so you know where you stand. These CBSE Question Banks include all Typologies of Questions for board exams 2021.

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5. Don’t leave the tough lessons for later

At times, we may prefer to work on the easy chapters first and leave the difficult bits for later. However, while preparing for the CBSE Board Exams 2021, remember to not ignore the tough portions of your lessons. It’s recommended to get the challenging parts first, as these may require more time than you expected. Once you’re confident of these, it will be easy to focus on the rest of the syllabus.

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