CBSE Board Exam 2022: Instead of decorating the answer sheet with colored pens, pay attention to these things, you will get full marks

CBSE Board Exam 2022: However well you prepare for the exam, if you can’t write down all your knowledge properly on the day of the exam, then all your hard work will be in vain. It is actually a known fact that students often get nervous and anxious when sitting in the exam room. The pressure is so high that they forget what they learned while preparing for the exam. In such situation, we are going to tell you about such tips, by following which you can get full points.

CBSE gives its students an extra 15 minutes for board exams. This extra time is given to the students to read the questions carefully before writing them. Students should make a plan in their mind how to answer the questions and start writing the paper without panic.

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Make a list of the questions you are sure of. It is not necessary to answer the questions in the same order as in the questionnaire. First write down the answers that you know well. This will help you gain confidence and also help you take enough time to think about the answers to other questions that are a little fuzzy in your head.

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Read a question carefully and understand the meaning of the question. Try to limit your answer to the requirement of the question and avoid writing extra details. This will save you time.

For example, if you are asked the question “Define soil erosion”, you will be asked to write down the definition of soil erosion and not the cause or effect for which most students would like to make their answer lengthy. In fact, there is a belief among most students that the longer the answer, the more points they will get. But this is absolutely absurd, because the examiner is only looking for the correct explanation, not for the tall tales.

– In general, internal choices are given in some questions in the paper. The student must select one of these options. But the tricky part about these options is that students often decide which question to try and later regret not choosing another question they knew better. This happens because of haste. When it comes to choosing the questions to solve, read each question carefully at least twice and then create a mental picture of what to write with each question. In this way you can evaluate your knowledge about a particular question.

– There is no negative grade for wrong answers in CBSE board exams. So don’t be afraid to answer questions that you know little or little about, because you have nothing to lose.

Read the question very carefully. Read the question again. Try to understand the style of the question and the question. If you know the answer, write it down. If you don’t, use your brain and make a smart guess. Examiners are always looking for technical terms or suitable keywords where they can give you grades. Try to find answers to all your questions.

It is well observed among many students that they have a habit of colorfully decorating their question paper with blue, green and black colored pointers or markers. Let me tell you, you don’t get extra numbers by doing this decorative job. At the same time, your precious time is lost because of this decoration. Students are advised to use only two pens, a blue pen for writing answers and a black pen for headings. At the same time, you should always use a pencil when creating a diagram.

– Make sure your words are spaced correctly. Don’t put ten words on one line. It would be difficult for the examiners to read such a copy. Write clearly and clearly. Not writing clearly can lead to a drop in your grades. Your paper should look neat. Try to write the answers in numbers. Avoid linking all the sentences together.

Don’t forget to check your answer sheet at least twice after filling out the paper. Check what you have written. Also make sure you have spelled your roll number clearly and correctly before handing the sheet to the examinee.

Sneha Mishra
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