Friday, January 29, 2010

CBSE Sample Papers How to Solve Question Papers Tips and Tricks


Solving CBSE sample papers are very way to score high marks in CBSE board Examination. Must prepar previous year CBSE sample papers for and guess papers for 2010. CBSE sample papers are available for English, Maths, Physics, Chemistry Accountancy, Economics etc. But how to prepare these CBSE sample papers of different subjects, there should be a proper way so that you can get maximum out of it.

How to prepare CBSE Sample papers:

First prepare yourself well: solving sample are very good but first make you fully prepared for the course and sample paper you going to solve and try to solve it similarity as you appear for your final board exam. Set the timings in your watch and start the question paper. You will not only solve the question papers but also come to know your weak and strong areas. You will come to know in what areas you need to work hard. Prepare the questions of same kind where you are weak.

Fear and stress: Solve CBSE sample papers also remove little bit pressure as you come to know the difficulty and question pattern. So you will feel less fear and stress. It is also true if you are tense and stressed you may forget the answers too. So be cool and prepare CBSE sample papers well for last 10 years to build your confident level.
What it the best time to prepare the last year sample papers: start preparing previous year sample papers as you finish you course and don’t lose any topic lose and prepare it very well.

How to solve CBSE sample papers: First prepare the questions in which you are very confident. If you are solving a question where you are not confident, you would have bad impression. As first impression is the last impression so try to start with questions where you are more confident. The examiner become happy and you will get high marks.
Use two pen: Use two pens one is black and another is blue. Write your answers neat and clean by specifying question number. Use blue pen normally but for specifying question number and other important notes you may use black pens. This provides a quick and clear look to the examiner.

Leave Space: Also leave space of at least 4-5 lines after the end of each question. It will give clear view of question and don’t confuse examiner.

Start and end should be very good: It is true in theoretical question no on reads the full answer. Examiners are very claver and come to know the quality of a student so you need to be very claver as well. Give an excellent start and end to each of your question as they don’t have the time to read the full answer.

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