How to Write Board Exam Paper
Hi, everyone, are you afraid of board exams? There is not so much difference between school exam and board exam except You go to some other school for examination ( Exam Centre) and some unknown teacher checks your answer sheet.
Now we have to convince that unknown Checker to give us the best marks we deserve. I am assuming that you are doing good preparation for your board exams.
Now let’s come to the point and here I am going to give you some most Efficient Tips to Write Board Exams.
THESE TIPS ARE APPLICABLE FOR ALL STATE BOARD, CBSE AND ICSE BOARD EXAMS
1. A good Handwriting
Ouch! You don’t have a good handwriting or you can’t write fast in a good handwriting. If it is tough for the checker to understand your writing then he will not give good marks.
So it’s not late to improve your handwriting, start practicing from now. It’s not important to write cursive handwriting but it should be easily understandable and should be neat and Clean.
2. Time Management
Don’t get confused in choosing the first question to solve. Start writing your answer with the question you can answer well. It will provide you CONFIDENCE for the whole exam and it will also IMPRESS the teacher.
3. Diagrams say more than words
It’s better to draw diagrams wherever possible, but don’t draw in every question.
A neat and clean diagram shows that the student has a good knowledge of the topic and you get better marks in that question.
4. Solve the paper neatly and cleanly
Avoid so many spelling mistakes. And don’t do so much cutting in one answer. Usually, 1 or 2 spelling mistakes in a 200 words answer are neglected.
If you think a portion of your answer is wrong then you should write the answer again. It will not make your answer copy awful.
5. Directly come to the point
You should write your answers in points. Highlight the main points with a pencil. It will help the checker in checking the answer sheet. Follow the word limit in writing answers.
For a 1 mark question, 2 – 3 lines are sufficient
For a 2 mark question, 4-5 lines are good.
For a 5 mark question 15-20 lines + a diagram is good.
Now some subjectwise tips
- Solve the questions in proper steps. Steps of solution carry more marks than the answer
- Don’t add unnecessary steps in the solution
- Maintain the neatness in the answer sheet
- Highlight the formulae and Answers
- Write the chemical equation wherever needed.
- write the whole chemical equation in one line.if, the equation is big then write in small writing.
- Name all the compounds below the chemical Equation.
- Write the name and chemical formula both while writing an answer.
- Write all answers pointwise.
- Write all the answers pointwise and don’t exceed the word limit.
- Draw diagram wherever possible.
- Highlight Important points like material of construction, working principle, uses, etc.
Literature ( English, Hindi, Sanskrit)
- Never cross the word limit while writing any answer.
- Follow the proper format while writing Letter, Notice, Report, Article, etc. The format has more weightage.
- Write answers in good handwriting and maintain neatness.
- Don’t write the letter, notice, an article from the middle of a page. Start with a new page.
- Learn some good words and use them in answers it will give a good impression on the checker.
- Example- at the place of Very Bad use Awful, Just an Example. Try to Use Heavy and Uncommon words.
- Draw Diagrams Wherever possible.
- Write answers pointwise
- Highlight Important points.
- Don’t write Long-Long answers be conceptual and precise.
* DON’T USE MULTICOLORED PENS ONLY USE Black AND Blue PEN
* REACH YOUR EXAM CENTER 15 min. BEFORE STARTING OF EXAM.
* KEEP WATER BOTTLE AND ESSENTIAL DOCUMENTS WITH YOU.
ALL THE BEST FOR YOUR EXAM..!!
FEEL FREE TO ASK ANY KIND OF DOUBTS REGARDING BOARD EXAM PAPER.
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