Here’s how to ace Class 10 boards

Some sub­ject-spe­cific tips to help you score well SO­CIAL STUD­IES Most

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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.



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