CBSE Class 11th/12th Exam Preparation
CBSE class 12th is indeed the defining and turning point in a student’s career. A good score in class 12th can lead to a bright future and paves the way for higher education. The CBSE class 12th syllabus includes a clear strategic plan, full commitment and hard work to do well in the exam. The first step in any plan or strategy is to explain the principles and principles of the subject. Constant practice and a clear action plan will help students achieve their goals.
CBSE Class 12th Science Subjects:
CBSE Class 12 Science (Physics, Chemistry, Maths, and Biology) are quite different from what you have studied in your CBSE Class 10. The difference in the level of difficulty is vast. Not only scores of new chapters, concepts, and topics are added in Class 11 syllabus, but also every concept and topic is much more detailed. This means in order to score well, one needs to have a deeper knowledge. But overall, these subjects also require conceptual understanding and logical thinking of students of given topics.
Choosing the right stream after 10th is an important task for each student’s life. The stream a student chooses after 10th plays a huge role in determining his career path. CBSE Class 11 is considered as one of the most important stages in a student’s life. Many students do not take CBSE Class 11 seriously until it is late. Students who want to score good marks in their class 12 CBSE board exam should not take class 11 lightly. Students must learn to understand the concepts of the subjects and apply them in the situation provided. This will improve their logical thinking as well as their analytical skills.
CBSE Class 11th Science Subjects:
CBSE Class 11 Science (Physics, Chemistry, Maths, and Biology) are quite different from what you have studied in your CBSE Class 10. The difference in the level of difficulty is vast. Not only scores of new chapters, concepts, and topics are added in Class 11 syllabus, but also every concept and topic is much more detailed. This means in order to score well, one needs to have a deeper knowledge.
- Chemistry: Chemistry needs one to remember a lot of formulas, reactions, equations, etc. So, as you study, jot down the equations, reactions and formulas. Students need to first focus on gaining understanding of fundamental concepts then you make master and Practice the reactions and equations regularly; otherwise, they will forget.
- Biology: You can approach Biology by trying to visualize the functions of the described phenomena and trying to correlate them with analogies that you’re familiar with. Give special attention to the names and spellings of the many biological terminologies. A good method for this is to try and break down complex words to identify their biology term and easily to understand biology.
- Physics: Physics is based on a number of central theories from which everything else develops. Consequently, instead of trying to memorize complex problems, it is advisable to focus on the basic concepts and theories which will help you understand the underlying principles and the connection between different subjects.
- Mathematics: More often students get scared by Maths’ name but cracking is not a hard nut. It only requires more logical and analytical thinking. The best way to learn it is by practicing the problems. It is highly recommended that problems be practiced till good confidence is achieved. It is crucial that you spend more time on solving problems you’re weak at. Divide time for each unit, depending on the total number of marks, and your level of proficiency in it.