CBSE Board Exams 2021 Datesheet: Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) may soon release the schedule of class 12 and class 10 board examinations. In this regard, Board Secretary Anurag Tripathi informed the media on Friday. In the wake of the Corona epidemic, CBSE recently clarified that board exams will be conducted in every situation, amidst the demand to postpone or cancel the CBSE Class 10 and 12 annual examinations. It is believed that the CBSE board is considering conducting the 10th and 12th examinations in March this year.
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On the webinar organized on the new education policy, Board Secretary Anurag Tripathi put a stop to all the speculation about postponement of the examinations, saying that the board examinations will be held at all costs. A plan is being made by CBSE in this regard. People will soon be informed about how the exams will be conducted.
He, however, did not disclose whether the examinations would be held in February 2021 or in March 2021, as scheduled. It is likely that CBSE will soon release the detailed examination datesheet of class 10, class 12 to allay the anxiety of the students.
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How to prepare for the exam to get good marks:
- Check the reduced syllabus – CBSE has given 30-40% syllabus incident in view of corona virus epidemic and barriers to studies. In such a situation, in order to prepare for the board examination, mark the separated syllabus and separate it and focus on the remaining syllabus.
- Practice with model paper – The best way to prepare for the exams is to solve model paper / sample paper. When there is only a few months’ time left for the exams, then it would be better to solve model paper instead of reading new topics.
- Give time to each subject: To score well in all subjects, enough time should be given for revision of all subjects according to the time table.
- Take a break in between – During the examinations, it is natural to read continuously for several hours, but keep in mind that after every one hour take a break. Doing this can avoid tiredness.
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