In 10th board exams, attempting the question paper correctly can assist you score high marks. Presentation of paper is an important aspect and you have to try the paper in a way that not only affects the checker, but also makes it easy to read your paper.
1. The first thing to do is to read your paper well, comprehend it well. You must first comprehend what is being requested and how many marks it includes when writing the responses. The reply should be written in a logical and comprehensive manner accordingly.
2. Use the first 15 minutes to efficiently start reading the question paper with a nice 15 minutes— use this time to do just that, READ. In 15 minutes, read all the 30 questions. During reading, label the questions into simple, manageable and hard wise classifications. This is performed to get an general concept and create a rough plan for the issues.
3. Don’t worry about the hard ones The moment you come across some hard issues; it’s natural that you begin to care about them. This is not necessary and is only going to damage your output. The fact is that on the surface they may look a bit tough, but when you’re actually working on them you’ll find most of them much easier than they seemed. So be happy with the easy ones and don’t worry too much about the tougher bunch.
4. Prioritize your effort Always first try the simple questions and then move on to the handy ones and make sure you finish them before you take on the hard ones. This will make sure you don’t leave any questions you understand.Once you try all the simple and manageable questions effectively, your trust will develop and you will be mentally willing to take on the more difficult issues.
5. Ensure speed and accuracy Use faster calculation methods to make sure you don’t waste time and correct your responses. For example, you may not be able to solve questions involving quadratic equations or linear equations if you make an error in the sign of a term(+/-). It is therefore very essential to save time to avoid stupid errors. Always pursue the tricks in velocity strategies that we discussed.
6. Keep an eye on your watch Of course, keeping an eye on your watch will not improve your stress. This is just to see that the time allocation we addressed at the start is widely adhered to. A minor variation is not a cause for concern at all.
7. Avoid thinking too much about a question It’s essential to think about the questions before you try them; but not so much that you’re wasting a lot of time on one issue. You also don’t have to write a very long response to a question simply because it’s simple and you understand it very well. Remember, the issue just needs to be answered and nothing else. Any over-attempt is going to be a waste of time.
8. Review your responses Usually the question documents are laid in such a manner that students should be left with 5-10 minutes to review their responses after all the questions have been attempted. Do not waste your time and review all of your responses.
9. Select your options wisely You will be given various decisions in certain issues. Do not rush and make an intelligent decision. Carefully read questions: read question carefully before you start writing the response. See what the issue is asking.
10. Use simple language Make sure you use language easy to comprehend while writing your response. A conceptual response written in easy language will rather impress an examiner than one written in flowery language without any conceptual language.
11. For issues, particularly in language and literature articles, where word count is supplied for the response, stick to word count. Do not exceed the limit of the term. Also, don’t be a miser and wrap your response in a very small number of words.
12. Write your response in a handwriting that is tidy and legible. Not everyone has a lovely handwriting, but with proper space and punctuation and readable handwriting, anyone can write responses. Remember that it will be unfavorable for you if your response sheet is not smooth and handwriting is illegible. Wherever needed, use the margin.
13. Recall that written English is distinct from spoken English. You will be counted as a spelling error by using slang words or SMS language and you will be penalized for the same.