Class 10th, 12th Class 2 Exams in One Week – How to Revise All Subjects Without Failing? Step by Step Guide!

Check out the tips and tricks to revise all subjects of CBSE Class 10 and 12 before CBSE Term 2 Exam 2022, which is to begin within a week from April 26, 2022.

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CBSE Term 2 Exam 2022

CBSE Class 12th Term 2 Exam will now start in a week. Students are in the final stage of their preparation and now almost ready for their exams. Here are some last-minute tips to be followed by CBSE Class 10 and 12 students for their Term 2 Board Exam 2022.

The major problem in the preparation of any student arises when there are topics left to revise before the exam date. The experts of Jagran Josh have listed some points for the candidates to revise so well so that they can score maximum marks in the shortest possible time.

NCERT Example Solutions CBSE Class 12 (PDF Download): Maths, Physics, Chemistry & Bio. CBSE Term 2 Exam 2022

CBSE Term 2: How to Revise in a Week:

Candidates are advised to pick up their books per subject and open the subject section of the book. “Attention, the books should be your NCERT books that need to be checked for the syllabus,” advises physics teacher at DPS, Ghaziabad. Teachers and educationists advise the candidates to go through their NCERT books only before a week of the exam so that they do not miss anything.

If you choose any other book, you will definitely miss something.

CBSE Class 12 Chemistry Revision Notes: Term 2 CBSE Board Exam 2022| PDF Available

What to do after choosing NCERT?

Students should open the content part of the book and list the topics they have studied chapter by chapter. Now list everything you remember from that chapter, whether it’s formulas or principles, just to confirm if you know everything that’s in that book. Class 10 and 12 students should make their notes according to their NCERT books and select them on the last day. This will be beneficial on the last day of the exam as you will have all the topics and essential formulas of the exam.

Students should write and revise all the formulas of reactions according to the subjects in the syllabus especially in Physics, Accountancy, Economics, Mathematics etc. and Chemistry.

What if a topic is left out?

“It is best to leave it at the moment if you have not studied it”, advises the Principal, CMS Lucknow. If you want to revise the subject then choose the NCERT book and read it only for a cursory so that you are able to write the answers as per the requirement and not be completely blank.

Students must follow these tips to score the right marks and revise their syllabus properly.

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