గ్రామీణ ప్రాంతాల్లోని నిరుపేద పిల్లలకు విలువైన విద్యను అందిస్తూ వారి అభివృద్ధికి తోడ్పడుతున్న గౌరవనీయులైన పాఠశాలల యాజమాన్యాలు, ప్రధానోపాధ్యాయులు, ఉపాధ్యాయులకు నమస్కారములు. విద్యార్థులకు శుభాకాంక్షలు…
All the Students preparing for AP SSC examinations are about to give their examination in a month. So, to succeed in their upcoming exams, students need to focus more in these remaining days. We are providing the students, a few preparation tips to be followed in their last month of preparation, so that they may score 10% to 15% more marks than their usual expected marks.
Only a month is remaining for the AP SSC examinations 2019. The preparation in this last month plays a crucial role compared to the preparation of the whole year. Hence, students must study in a proper planned and scheduled manner by following a good time table. If a student planned to allot a schedule for all the subjects, then on an average, each subject may be allotted only 4 days in this month. So, one must follow a proper and strict time table and genuine effort to excel.
We are providing few instructions/tips for the students to make their preparation better.
As you start preparing particular chapter of a particular subject, first and foremost thing to do is – Revise the topics you already learnt in that chapter. Note down the topics you did not cover in the chapter. Filter the topics from those unlearnt topics you need to read. Make sure to choose the topics which can be learnt in lesser time as well as which are important of the exam view. Repeat the same for all the subjects. With this simple trick, you can achieve strong grip on almost every topic of every subject and you can achieve higher percentage in your examination easily.
Even if a student has completed all the topics of every subject, there will be nervousness of what questions would be asked in the examination. Students generally feel nervous that, whether the question paper will consist of those topics which they have covered while preparing for the exam or will be able to answer the questions asked in the question paper properly. There is no need to fear so, because any question paper’s difficulty level will be from easy to moderate or at max. 20% of the question paper will be tuff in worst situation. So, just focus on what you learnt, try to memorize and then Revise, Revise and Revise…. Revision plays a major role in the last days of examination.
Multitasking is nothing but performing more than one work at the same time. You might be wandering What multitasking has to do with your examination? Let us explain you… For instance, a student followed the above said tip of allotting 4 days to a subject. Say, Physical Science and then he/she has started preparing for another subject. Say, Social Studies. In the span of 4 days when allotted for studying the topics of social studies, he/she must also keep revising and recalling the topics covered in Physical Science as well. No matter what you are doing, eating/travelling/taking bath etc, all the topics you have learnt must be revised in your mind. This is nothing but multitasking. By repeating this procedure in this last month, not only get command on your read subjects but also you will feel more confident than before and attend your examination with no fear.
As mentioned above, a student must allot particular time span for each subject, at the same time one must plan their each day. i.e., what topics he/she need to cover, how many topics and how much time for each topic. This type of planning helps the students to learn any topic in a systematic manner. By allotting a particular time for a topic, a student will get used to the time bounded activities such as examinations. With this, one will get rid of the fear of time limit set in the examination hall.
For any human being to achieve any success in his/her life, physical and mental fitness is the most important part. Students during the last days of preparation for the examinations usually undergo through a lot of stress regarding completion of the syllabus, examination center, remaining topics to be completed, collecting hall ticket, stress of competition etc. Meanwhile, they neglect to take care of their health and sleep. Proper diet and peaceful sleep is very much needed for a student to maintain their mental balance and health. 8 hours sleep is a must to relax their mind and which help in better understanding and memorize the topics learnt easily. Hence, make sure that you allot proper time for studying as well as caring for your health.
Students usually go through a lot of stress in the night before the exam. Few students try to extend their study time and sleep at late night, with which they lose their concentration while writing the exam. Always remember that you must not study any new topic the day before the exam. You need a proper sleep, so that your mind and body will relax and you will feel refreshed and confident during the exam. Just remember “Early to bed Early to rise” for the night before the exam.
A student must make sure to maintain the balance of his/her mind while going to attend the exam. He/she must not waste his/her energy or overreact to the situations around him/her. If done so, your mind will get diverted and your concentration level during the exam may decrease. Make sure you keep with you all the necessary things required for the exam i.e., pen, pencil, highlighters, scale etc. Keep a pair of pens so that if one is not working then you can use the extra one.
You must not waste your valuable time for borrowing from others. After entering the examination hall, the first thing to remember is not to get panic or confused with the new environment around you as you may be in a new place. Just keep in mind that you are about to write the answers of the questions which you have already learnt and practiced a number of times. No matter what the place is, who are around you, just relax and focus on your exam paper.
As soon as you receive the question paper, don’t start answering the questions immediately. Read the whole question paper once, select the questions which you want to answer first i.e., the questions which you are more confident and then start writing the answers. With this, you will get a clear idea of what are the questions asked, how many you can answer and which are the questions you want to answer first.
As you have to present the paper in three hours of what you studied for one whole year, hence the way you present your answer sheet is all that decides what your score would be. So, be prepared of how you are going to write the answers from now itself. At the time you start writing your answers, make sure to start from that question which you are very much confident of. Then move towards those questions which you know moderately or which you are unable to recall properly.
Then you must answer the questions which you have not covered during the preparation period. How to answer such questions? Just remember the rule “Something is better than nothing”. While answering such question, Just recall what your teacher taught you in the class on that particular chapter, try to write down all what all you can remember (relevant to that particular question or chapter). If you do so, there is a chance of gaining at least 2-3 marks for your effort to recall and write the answer. Usually it is assumed that the approx time given to correct your answer is 5 minutes.
So you must make sure to highlight all the important formulae, sub headings, important years etc so that the evaluator will need less time to search for the important points your answer copy has. Hence, you must allot at least 5-10 minutes to checkout your answer sheet and highlight the important points. And one more important thing to remember is make sure you have written the question numbers correctly for every answer. If you have missed writing the question number for a question carrying 4 marks, then you will lose all the 4 marks for the simple mistake of not mentioning the question number. So, you must allot time to check all these things.
For every student in his/her life, teachers play a vital role in shaping their future. So, it is the duty of every teacher to take care of each and every student at the time of examinations. Every student is different in his/her own way. Hence, a teacher must understand where a particular student stands in the preparation level, standby their side; make them feel confident of what they know. With this, the students will feel more confident at the time of their examination.