We know you might think that this is the last thing you need to do. The reason we’ve listed this advice first is that studies have shown that cutting down on sleep time can be detrimental to your physical and mental health and adversely affect your brain's ability to logically analyze and memorize study material. Our brains work the best when they’re well rested. So make sure you get at least 7-8 hour of sleep every day.
Time To Rhyme:
If you’re having trouble with remembering the expansive formulas and theorems then this tip will work wonders for you. A great way to mug stuff up is by converting it into a song or a rhyme. It doesn’t have to be prose perfect poetry, just anything that gets the job done when it comes to memorization of the content.
You’ll have to come to term with the fact that there may not be enough time for you to be able to cover the entire course. So what do you do? Well, you prioritize, and then some!! A good way of doing it is by breaking down material according to their mark weight, the time needed to cover a topic, importance, or relevance of the topic. This will help you to work your way up your goals in an organized and structured way.
There might not be enough time to go through the elaborate and repetitive pattern of your textbook. Skip this conventional approach and think out of the box. Focus on the class notes and slides prepared by your teacher and fellow students. But make sure that you cover the entirety of these notes/slides. If you’re sure that the exam pattern is going to be based on your textbooks then it is a good idea to go through the summary of each chapter (usually given at the end). You can make use of supplementary books and our CBSE Master Mind Question Banks to help you prepare for your exams. Our question banks are made according to the latest pattern of CBSE and are must have to score top marks in your board exams.