Board exams are important because they help students in securing a bright future. Here is our expert advice for students to get good marks in their board exams. Although this article is based on the CBSE syllabus and exam pattern, it can be adapted to other/state boards as well. Best expert advice to prepare for
CBSE (VII, IX, X)
The foundation courses, that is, classes 8 to 10, are considered to be very critical because, as the name goes, they lay the foundation for the students’ future studies and career. These are the years that will determine or, at least, shine a light on where the students will do well in future and what line of career they will excel at. Stay in the loop of all important updates regarding CBSE foundation classes. You can also get access to practice papers and give online mock tests for free on Embibe.
Entrance exams like the JEE and NEET are the most competitive exams in the country. Every year, lakhs of students from all over India appear for these exams in the hopes to get into one of the top engineering or medical colleges. But how many of them get the opportunity to study in the NITs, IITs,
CBSE results 2017 were just out a few days back and we want to congratulate each one of you who passed with flying colours. 🙂 Dissatisfaction is always there when it comes to looking at your marksheet. If you feel that you have not done enough or that you could do so much better, this
Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) will declare the 12th Exam Routine for all Streams such as Arts, Commerce and Science through online mode. Chemistry has been a challenging subject for many students, but rigorous preparation can provide better results.Understanding all the chapters are more important than memorize the chapters. CBSE is knocking at the
The CBSE exam will start from March 9, 2017 and it will continue until the end of the next month (April 29, 2017).Many students claimed that mathematics exam was very lengthy and they could not finish the exam on time last year. According to a statement by CBSE on August 12, 2016, the education body
With exam after exam, engineering and medical aspirants all over the country are sitting on the edge of their seats as they prepare and appear for various competitive entrance exams. First things first, do not panic. You have been preparing for your exam. So, you need to be confident, keep the uncertainties aside, and tell
IIT JEE preparations require a lot of hard work, focus, determination, early preparation, time management and resolution. Deemed as one of the toughest exams to crack, it takes its place as one of the elite exams in our country. With the exams just a couple of months away, the countdown begins. How do you prepare
With the board exams fast approaching and with the competitive exams in tow, no one must be dealing with more workload and stress than students are at this time of the year. Everywhere in the country, excitement and tension seems to permeate through the air with students having their minds set on successfully getting through
Do you know almost 85 amongst 100 students are victims of wasted attempts? It tends to appear for those students who get panic easily during an exam and answers questions in a hurry. Sometimes, applicants get overconfident and they answer a question without putting in proper thought in it which usually leads to silly mistakes.
It is said that behind every brilliant performance, there are countless hours of practice and preparation. Success is where preparation and opportunity meets. But what if we have only few days left for preparation? Undoubtedly, it is a frustrating situation but remember that thinking of failure will often lead to failure. You need to make