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Some dos and don’ts for the maths paper

Try and figure out how much you are going to score with each question.

Make a flow chart of all chapters

Follow a study schedule to prepare for your Class 12 economics examination.

Don’t take English for granted

Get rid of the myth that the Class 12 English Board exam does not need any writing practice.

Start taking mock tests for each subject

Eliminate chances of slip-ups that can cost you valuable marks in your Class 12 board exams.

Read the instructions in your paper carefully

HT Education brings a CBSE helpline for those with questions on tackling the board exams.

No marks are cut for exceeding word limit

Marks for spelling mistakes are deducted as per the marking scheme for the English paper

Solving chemical equations

Here are a few common mistakes that students make in the Class 12 chemistry board exam.

Follow instructions carefully in your question paper

Ensure that you stick to the word limit.

Concepts are key

In the Class 12 physics exam, expect a lot of numerical problems.

Don’t beat around the bush

Be specific while writing the answers in your Class 12 biology examination. Don’t be vague while answering questions on DNA transcriptions and label diagrams correctly.

‘Can I get above 9CGPA in the summative assessment exam?’

Taking Class 10 or Class 12 Boards? Here’s some valuable advice from CBSE.

Don’t give away those easy marks!

Make sure that there is no overlapping of ideas in the English literature section.

Know what to write in an answer

Here are examples that illustrate what should be written in Economics answer.

Mind the accounts

Understanding the formats and standards are critical to ace the exam of Accountancy.

Query Corner

Lengthy explanations do not fetch any extra marks in subjective questions. Get valuable tips from CBSE counsellors on how to ace the Board exams
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Ranchi student secures 10 GPA despite major accident before exam

Sharanya Ghorai
Sharanya Ghorai, a Delhi Public School student in Ranchi, met with a major road accident 30 minutes before her mathematics exam, but went on to score a perfect 10 GPA in the subject despite the excruciating pain and profuse bleeding.

Indian Institute of Technology, Kharagpur

Eligibility: First class in graduation in engineering/technology/medicine or first class in master’s degree in science or pharmacy or equivalent or first class MBA with any of the above.

Shell Science Scholarship Programme

Royal Dutch Shell, one of the largest investors in India’s energy sector, among major global integrated oil companies, has opened registrations for its third Shell Junior National Science Scholarship programme 2014-2015.