Here’s how to ace Class 10 boards
Some subject-specific tips to help you score well SOCIAL STUDIES Most
Most Class 10 students have opted out of the board exams conducted by the Central Board of Secondary Education in March. They have chosen to be evaluated based on the Continuous and Comprehensive Evaluation (CCE) system. Experts suggest that there is no need to fear the boards. Students writing the exams need to keep the following things in mind while preparing in order to score well.
students make the mistake of taking social science as theoretical and boring. Hence, they miss the fine prints of concepts. On the contrary, chapters related to political science are very much inter-related and students need to clear their concepts in terms of understanding the intricacies and thus being able to relate to the questions objectively. In history, most of the questions are related to nationalism. Try to remember the significant events and timelines. Geography is purely based on facts, do not guess or give any wrong information while answering questions. It is important that for long answers, you plan the structure well so that it looks organised and not haphazard. Make sure the NCERT textbook is revised thoroughly and highlight the important points so that you can just refresh your memory by glancing at it when you revise just before the exams.