As board exams are nearing, students are likely to burn the midnight oil during these stressful weeks to finish the syllabus. In fact, it is quite common for both parents and students to suffer from issues such as irritability, loss of appetite and sleeplessness, in such situations.
Tips to help prepare for the board exams:
- It is imperative that a student identifies their weak areas that might require a significant investment of time from their part. In this regard, adaptive assessments can help them test their knowledge at both the conceptual level and the chapter level.
- Revising and practising old question papers can go a long way in boosting students’ time management skills.
- Making illustrations and tables can help students organise information. Creating flow charts, mind maps, numbered lists, tables showing similarities and differences, etc. can help them remember complex information and provide them with tactics to prepare for future competitive exams.
- Students can design study planners in a way that helps them retain maximum information. Instead of devoting the entire day to a single topic or subject, they can divide their time into chunks so that multiple subjects and topics can be covered each day.