When it comes to preparing for any competitive exam a dedicated study schedule and preparation strategy is required in order to achieve good marks. But you also need discipline and dedication to score well in your CBSE Term 2 exams. Class 10 is extremely important for students as the scores will decide whether you will be eligible for Arts, Commerce, or Science. This is why you can’t afford to take your Term 2 exams lightly and prepare to gain maximum marks.
This time students have been relieved a little as they have to study 50% syllabus for Class 10 Term 2 Exams. So, we suggest you utilize this time wisely. To help you with your Term 2 examinations, we have prepared an effective and easy-to-follow study timetable that you can follow and customize to deem fit as per your needs.
CBSE Class 10 Term 2 Exams Study Timetable
You can make modifications to the below study schedule in case it does not fit your criteria.
|6:00 AM||Wake up, freshen up, and go for a walk.|
|7:00 AM||Have tea or coffee to give a kickstart to your morning. Start with making a plan, what you will be throughout the day, a list of topics to be started fresh, and topics you find difficult.
|8:00 AM||Have a healthy breakfast and take some rest.|
|9:00 AM||Thoroughly start reading fresh topics. Pick one subject a day. Keep making notes throughout.|
|11:00 AM||Take a one-hour break, you can take a nap or watch a show, etc.|
|12:00 AM||For 2 hours, revise whatever you have studied during the whole week.|
|2:00 PM||Have your lunch, take a nap.|
|3:00 PM||Now, work on topics that you were unable to understand.|
|5:00 PM||Take a break, have some coffee.|
|6:00 PM||Now start solving previous year’s question papers, sample papers, or NCERT questions. Set timeline – 90 minutes.|
|7:30 PM||Indulge in relaxing activities or anything you enjoy.|
|8:30 PM||Have dinner, watch TV.|
|9:30 PM||Analyse your mock tests, sample papers, and any questions you have solved. Make notes of where you made mistakes.|
|10:00 PM||Go to sleep|
Important Study Tips For CBSE Term 2 Exams
Figure Out Your Strength & Work on Your Weaknesses
To find out what you’re good at, you need to be familiar with the syllabus and also study topics thoroughly. For finding your weakness, you need to solve sample question papers, mock tests, etc, and self-analyze them. Also, familiarize yourself with the grading scheme, and try to complete sample papers in the given time frame.
Also See: CBSE Class 10 Term 2 Exam 2022 Maths Paper Analysis
Don’t Ignore Difficult Chapters
A lot of times students ignore difficult topics or chapters. But did you know that they carry a lot of weight? This is why you should be clear with all the concepts in order to score the maximum marks.
Set Daily or Weekly Goals
When you’re planning what you have to do throughout the day, set daily and weekly goals aligned with your study schedule. Motivate yourself each day to move one step closer, reward yourself with breaks or treats on achieving them.
Do Not Exhaust Yourself
Do not ignore your health, as it will only cause trouble in the long run. Studying for hours at a stretch will reduce your productivity and exhaust your mind. This is why you should take breaks in between study sessions.
Take Proper Sleep & Eat Healthy
8 hours of sleep is mandatory for you, improper sleep cycle leads to lethargy and decreased concentration. Apart from this what you eat also matters, as you should not skip meals or consume too much junk food. Make a habit of eating at least one or two fruits per day. Did you know? Blueberries, eggs, green tea, leafy vegetables, and nuts boost your memory and enhance your concentration power.
We wish you all the best for your CBSE Term 2 exams. In case you need any more tips, you can drop the query in the comment section and we will get back to you.
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