With the change in the board exam pattern, students need a different study strategy to prepare for the exam. In this article we will cover all of it.

Ever since the covid-19 pandemic education sector has revised many previous study methods like switching from offline learning to online classes. Instead of blackboards and school benches, a student’s life now consists of mobiles and laptops and a ton of zoom meetings.

This new age of online learning has its own cons. It is very different from offline learning where a student sits in the classroom with his fellow classmate and the teacher is teaching in front of them. Now that most of the learning is online, students have not been able to finish their syllabus and their writing habit has also deteriorated.

Now that the way of studying has changed, the way of conducting the exams had to be changed as well. Keeping this in mind the Central Board Of secondary education(CBSE) has come up with a new pattern of conducting board exams. Now class 10th and 12th board exams will be MCQ-based and will focus on core topics and case studies. This will test a student’s practical and critical thinking. The exam will be conducted in two terms.

Many students are on the edge due to the sudden change in the exam pattern and are confused as to how they should change their preparation strategy in order to do well in the exams.

Here are some effective tips on how you can prepare for this new MCQ based board exam:

1- Focus on core topics

CBSE has reduced the syllabus and the exam will now focus on only the core topics. With this reduction in the syllabus, it is less burdensome on students as they can now focus on the very important topics.

2- Study objective-based questions and case studies

Now that the board is testing the problem-solving abilities and critical thinking of students, you should focus on these skills and practice case studies.

3- studying the pattern-

just like any other exam, it is very important to study its pattern before appearing for it. Study the new pattern carefully and prepare accordingly. see all the changes that are made and revise your study plan accordingly.

4- Finish the syllabus-

Now that the syllabus has been reduced, study what is going to be asked very thoroughly. Make sure you understand every concept and get your doubts cleared if you have any. You can use doubt buddy to clear all your doubts as it is the quickest and easiest doubt-solving app in India.

5- Solve sample papers-

Solve as many sample papers as you can for practice and revision. CBSE has already released sample papers based on the new exam pattern.

These were some important tips that will help you immensely in your Board exams. Make sure to follow them and you will do very well.

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