10 Precautions to be taken before and during exam

Is has been observed that many students put a lot of efforts in preparing for the examination, but their efforts do not bear fruit in the form of success they wish for. Here are some basic points to be kept in mind before preparing for the exam. as well as during the exam.:

 1. Prepare the topic thoroughly: It is commonly observed that some students prepare and learn main questions rather than reading and learning the concerned topic in detail. These days, CBSE has changed the examination pattern in such a manner that without the detailed study it is not possible to score well though some students may manage to get pass marks and simply get through. So, prepare the topic in detail rather than a particular question.

2. Preparation of the topic: Next issue is regarding how to prepare the topic .The topic should be read and re-read in detail, properly understood from different perspectives , ultimately leading to long lasting memory required for clearing examination with good score. In case of Accountancy ,enough practice of numerical questions is required.

3. Prepare well: Don't expect short cut way to success in exams. Prepare well so that you don't panic before or during the exam. Don't give importance to those who create such scene of panic.

4. Reach the examination centre in time: Always start early for examination centre to avoid any delay and reach the examination hall in time. In case you reach late for examination, the situation does not remain comfortable for you which keeps on disturbing you, leading to adverse effect on your attempt thus performance in that exam.

5. Read the question paper thoroughly: CBSE has now allotted fifteen minutes for the purpose of reading the question paper only. Make the best use of this time in planning the answers.

6. Allot time to questions: Always plan to allot the time to different questions. The questions of which you know the right answers must be done at first to avoid any wastage of time. Long questions must be finished within your planned time, as no one will give you marks for excessive writing but you will definitely be penalized automatically for doing so, by possible diverting your attention to irrelevant material and losing time which would otherwise be spent on the questions you are going to leave because you are not able to complete your paper in time.

7. Read the question again before answering: When you first read the question paper your attention is only on the broader view as to whether you know the topic or not. Regarding what is required and what to write in the answer to a particular question, you must read the question minutely.

8.  Follow the word limit: All answers should lie within the permissible word limit prescribed by the examining body. CBSE has clearly prescribed such limit for attempting paper in different subjects which is always printed in the form of instructions in the question paper.

 9. Carry with you what you require: Don't forget to carry the material and your admit card properly laminated to the examination centre. Students are often seen borrowing things in examination hall, disturbing others and losing their precious time themselves.

10. Write and fill up all your particulars: All the particulars including name ,father's name, roll no. in figures as well as in words etc. should be clearly and neatly written in order to avoid any problem in future leading to late result or whatever. Once again, before handing over the paper to the invigilator, check all your particulars. Attach the extra sheet properly.

Written by Prabhjot Kaur 

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