This article will give you some important tips to prepare Physics for Class 12 Board Exam.
The countdown of the class 12 CBSE (Central Board of Secondary Education) Board examination has begun. Only few months are left for the beginning of board exam. CBSE has announced the schedule of the board exam. The class 12 Board Exam is scheduled to start from 1 March. Though students tend to relax a bit by thinking that there is a lot of time for the preparation of the exam but the reality is different. From the last week of January practical exam of different subjects begin and students fail to concentrate fully on their board exam.
That’s why regular study is vital for achieving success in the board exam.
Science is one of the toughest subjects. Science students need to start their preparation much earlier. Though Biology and Chemistry can be handled easily with a little bit of effort but Physics requires a regular practice. Physics is known to create havoc among students who are weaker in Mathematics. Physics question paper has always surprised students with its uniqueness. If a student wants to secure good marks in Physics then he needs to study this subject carefully, deeply and regularly. Regular practice is the only key to succeed in the Physics.
Those students who want to obtain more than 90 marks in Physics they should thoroughly read the NCERT books of Physics and practice all questions and problems given in the example and exercise thoroughly. While weaker and moderate students should first of all concentrate on important chapters that carries higher marks.
Exams should always be remembered for right reasons. While one prepares by giving their all, exams should bring in more to a person.
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