CBSE Class 12 Maths Exam 2021-22 will be held today all across the country. Students need to revise all important concepts thoroughly as questions can be asked from any key concept of Class 12 Maths. In this article, we will discuss important last-minute quick preparation tips to prepare for the CBSE Class 12 Mathematics Exam that will help you score the desired marks.
1. Proper Practice & active involvement with the subject is most important
Mathematics is learned best when you solve problems by yourself and ask for help only when you have put in a good effort into the problem. Mathematics is not a theoretical subject so just listening to somebody or watching your teacher solve the problems will not make you learn anything, you need to get your hands on it, else you will have only the perception of having learned mathematics without actually learning anything.
2. There is no substitute for notes prepared by yourself
There is very little theory in mathematics so whatever concepts and formulae you come through must be noted down in a separate notebook dedicated to mathematics. You should be solving problems in a separate notebook and the problems must be properly annotated with comments like “Key concept is this”, “very tough problem”, “I wasted too much time” etc. These annotations greatly help you during the time of revision.
3. Clarity about target examination is a must
You should be very clear about the examination pattern you are going to face. Boards like CBSE etc. declare a detailed “blueprint” of the examination format and chapter-wise distribution of marks also. You should be very familiar with such a blueprint. When you learn a subject as per the requirements of the exam the performance is maximized and the effort required is minimized.
4. A regular study schedule greatly helps in getting high scores
By studying as per a pre-decided schedule makes the studies a routine for your mind and body, and once the mind makes studying/learning a habit, further learning becomes stress-free effortless, and almost automatic. The great savings in time is another benefit of having a regular study schedule.
5. Nothing is more important than the previous year question papers for preparing for the examination
The previous year’s question papers give you the exact idea about the type of questions you are going to face. The concepts which are frequently asked in previous years are most important for your preparation.
6. Tuning up your biological clock for examination day helps
Appearing in some mock tests at the same time of a day as the actual exam, greatly helps in adjusting your mind and body for peak performance during those hours in a day. After some tests, you will realize that your focus, attention, and concentration are much better during those hours of the day.
All the best!!
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