Board Examinations play a vital role in shaping the future career of any student. The grades which a student is able to secure in the Board Exams essentially shape the future prospects for him/her.However, students often get pressurized with the term “ Board Exams ” which make them lose their concentration.
With just 2 months left, it’s the revision time for many and for those who study last minute, it’s time to study rigorously. Here are some valuable tips to improve concentration and ace up your board exams preparations.
Never snooze your Alarm:
When you snooze your alarm, you start a deep sleep cycle which gets disturbed when you wake up in the next 15-20 minutes. This is not good for your health either. The best things you can do to wake up early and feel alert and fresh is to get up straight away. As soon as your alarm goes off, you should get up without snoozing it over and over again.
Make your bed:
Once you wake up, the first thing you should do is to make your bed. Unorganised bed will give you lazy vibes which will hamper your studies. If you want to remain energized throughout the day, study in a clean and organised environment.
Which side you study, makes an impact:
The ancient doctrine of Vastu Shastra tells us that the most suitable direction depends upon the subject being studied. For example, to achieve proficiency in mathematics and science, students should study facing West. If one studies facing South, you develop good debating skills, logical ability and sharp business acumen. For creative or religious kind of work, one should study facing East.
Stick with your Syllabus book:
Many students run behind heavyweight reference books and underestimate their syllabus books like NCERT in case of CBSE Boards. With just 2 months left, these syllabus books are best to practice with. Have you ever noticed that high scoring students always stick to the syllabus books? That’s because they know the true significance of the key to success book (syllabus book).
Have a Healthy Diet
Following a healthy dietary schedule is important when you begin preparations for the examinations. Ensure that you take a light dinner whenever you plan to study till late. Overeating decreases the grasping power and you will feel lethargic all the while. This will create difficulty for you when it comes to remembering facts and figures.
Studying till late hours should be avoided in the later stages of the exam preparation. You should never remain awake till late night a day before the examination as this can create headache the next morning and you might end up in trouble.
Don’t underestimate English:
Many students don’t take this subject seriously and at the time of result, this subject becomes responsible for the drop in the overall percentage. This is because, English is the compulsory subject to be included in best of 4 in your percentage. English can be a booster in your percentage, all you need to do is to study English at least once in a week.
Solving previous year papers:
Previous year question papers are an asset to your success. Solving previous year papers gives you a glance of the pattern of questions being asked and it serves as an icing on the cake in your preparations.
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