Quick Revision Tips for RBSE Board Examination

RBSE board exams, the one word that scares almost all of the students; specially when they are giving it for the first time. And the sole reason for it is that the students don’t know how to revise.

So here are some tips to help with the revision of board exams conducted by the Rajasthan board of secondary education.

The students can follow the preparation tips given below.

Make the planning precise

A subject plan is necessary for the students because without a plan no one can move forward and even if they did they would fall, relating the same to the students, they must plan the revision.

The learning and monitoring should be done. Students must make a time table and strictly follow it.

Practice makes perfect

Practice makes perfect or even if it doesn’t it can still lead to some improvement, but no practice will always lead to a confused mind and failure.

That being said, the students must study regularly and practice, especially subjects like mathematics, physics and chemistry that are full of equations, formulae and derivations, In short practice will make such subjects easy for them.

Solve last year’s question papers

This may seem like an odd or even dumb point to some students because the questions change every year, so why even bother to solve previous year’s question papers?

The questions do change every year, but the paper pattern doesn’t, solving the question papers of each subject printed within the past 10 years of RBSE within the allotted time written in the paper, is a great way to manage their present board exam papers and who knows, if they are lucky enough, the students might get some or all of the same questions that they practiced.

Take breaks

Continuous studying for long hours can cause stress, boredom, frustration, anxiety, put strain on the brain and in some cases can even cause depression in students. That’s why a short break is mandatory.

Some ways to take a brain energizing break includes, taking a walk or watching comedy, remember that the content matters in boards and not the time taken to study the content.

Writing practice is key

The time in board exams is comparatively less than home school exams and preparing for that is very important, the students must have a good handwriting and uniform speed during the exams, all that while not compromising the accuracy is the key for a good performance in the boards.

The three points being good handwriting, accuracy and uniform speed come from practice and only practice alone, the students must remember the quote “practice makes perfect.”

Maintaining mental and physical fitness 

As they say “too much of anything is good for nothing”, if the students study too much their mental and physical health can be poorly affected. Avoid the pressure of examination, subjects and grades as much as possible.

Pupils must properly sleep, exercise regularly and must also have a proper diet along with meditation to improve concentrating on their studies better.

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