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HindustanTimes Thu,28 Aug 2014
Editor's Note: prep up with us!
Ayesha Banerjee, Hindustan Times
New Delhi, January 08, 2013
First Published: 18:13 IST(8/1/2013)
Last Updated: 14:40 IST(9/1/2013)

Hi students! The slog overs have begun with the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) boards — Classes 10 and 12 — just around the corner. This year, in keeping up with its mission to bring you news you can use, HT Education is going every step of the way with you, giving you helpful tricks and tips related to major subjects in the boards.


All you have to do is watch out for the ‘All A-board’ logo on our pages for everything you want to know about the exams.
 
We’re focusing on both the Class 10 and Class 12 exams. In this week’s edition, Class 10 students get useful tips to handle science, maths, social studies and English exams and score well. Students with biology and accountancy get advice on what they should expect in their Class 12 papers.

Over the next few weeks, Class 12 students will be coached on avoiding mistakes everyone makes in physics, chemistry, biology, maths, economics and accountancy etc. You will also be taught how to spot and tackle the tricky questions in your subjects. Since no advice is better than the gyan that comes from those who have been through the grind, we get you success mantras from toppers in different subjects. Leading up to D-Day, when the exams begin, our experts will tell you what you should expect in your papers. From March, we’ll start a helpline — Hum se poochho — to help you with any problems you face.

So here’s wishing you all the best as prep time begins... study hard, but don’t forget to sit back once in a while to chill out. Write to us for any help required for the boards at hteducation@hindustantimes.com

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