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CBSE Class 10th Mathematics Exam 2019: Feeling nervous? Follow these last minute tips for today's exam

Speed News Desk | Updated on: 7 March 2019, 9:06 IST

Central Board of Secondary Education, CBSE main Board examination for class 10th will be going to start from today, 7th March across the country. As per CBSE, around 18 lakh students have registered themselves for the 2019 board examination.

However, CBSE has implemented several changes from 2019 Board exams and also asked parents of the students to motivate their wards for their exam.

 

 

Many students must be nervous for their first board exam that would start from today. If you are going to appear for the CBSE Mathematics Board exam today then, we have brought some last-minute tips that will help you in scoring good marks.

1. Carefully read questions:

It is important to read the question paper carefully within 15 minutes that has allotted by the Board to read question paper.

2. Strategies yourself:

After reading the question paper, plan up yourself that which section you will attempt first. Make a strategy that how much time you will give to a single question.

3. Don’t make your answer sheet nasty:

Remember, neat and clean answer sheet always leave a positive impression on the mind of an examiner. Hence, avoid overwriting or cutting on your answer sheet.

4. Stay calm & cool:

It is quite necessary that each and every student to stay calm and cool because tensions would lead to failure.

5. Believe in yourself:

The most important thing that one should have trust in himself/herself that what you have prepared for the exam is best and you can also give your best.

6. Be optimistic:

Always think positive because it would give you the motivation to achieve your target that you set for your Board exams.

7. Don’t hurry:

Because it’s your Maths exam, so don’t solve questions in hotfoot because there is a possibility that students might solve it a wrong way.

Also read: CBSE paper leak: Board asks Delhi Police to take strict action against menance of fake news; FIR registered

 

First published: 7 March 2019, 8:48 IST
 
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