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Tips from Top Scorers of 10th Boards’09 to 10th Boards’10 Appearing Students

X boards are a very crucial junction in a student’s academic journey as the admission in eleventh standard depends on it and also it decides about the stream one should go for. It is quite natural that these factors put a lot of pressure on the students & parents. Bansal Classes would like to do all that it can, to make students stress free and give them the best performance at boards, and the best way of doing this is to give all possible guidance through those students, who have most recently experienced this entire grill and have come out with flying colors. This questionnaire is a tool to achieve the same. This will act as a guiding light to those who know ‘What to achieve’ but are not aware with ‘How to achieve’.

 
Q.1      What do you think was the most essential quality that helped you in your success at Boards? a) Time Management b) Structured Study c) Proper division e) Regular Revision
Q.2     What are the possible ways of better Time Management while preparing for the Boards and giving the exam?
Q.3      Which subject according to you was the most difficult, and how did you prepare for that?
Q.4      Was there any time while preparing for the Boards, when you felt stressed? If any, how did you overcome that stress?
Q.5       What were the ways in which your parents supported your preparation for the exams?
Q.6      Did you have any specific expectation from your parents while preparing for exams?
Q.7      Important Tips 
      Inputs from Parents of top scorers of X Board’09
Q.1      What are the ways in which you motivate and support your child in his/her studies?
Q.2      Was there any time when your ward felt stressed about some particular subject? If yes, then what did you do to guide him/her?
Q.3    After the boards, students generally attempt for some entrance examinations of various institutes. Does this add to the stress of the child? What should be done to overcome that?
The answers in the above questionnaire are based on inputs from the following students (presently studying at Bansal Classes for their IIT-JEE Preparation) & their parents:
Sr. No. Student Name School Aggregate %
1. Sumit Bhamboo ANSELMS 95%
2. Sheetal Agarwal CAMBRIDGE 94.8%
3. Pramay Toshniwal MPS 93.5%
4. Sunny Methani TILAK PUBLIC 88.2%
5. Mohit Sharma RAJA PUBLIC 91.83%
6. Shivang Badaya SEEDLING 93%
7. Ravi K. Singh KAPIL GYAN PEETH 85%
8. Devendra Kumar BHARTIYA PUBLIC 88%
9. Ajay Singh SBIOA 89.87%
10. Gaurav Gupta TAGORE PUBLIC 88%
Sr. No. Student Name School AGGREGATE %
[Science, Maths & S.Science]
1. Akshay Goyal ST. XAVIERS 97.67%
2. Arushi Chaplot MGD 97.33%
3. Himani Jain ANSLEMS 97.33%
4. Karan Rawtani MPS 97.33%
5. Arnav Pareek VIDHYASHRAM 97%
6. Shagun Rawat ANSLEMS 97%
7. Aditya Choudhary ST. XAVIERS 96.67%
8. Devendra Kumar ST. XAVIERS 96.33%
9. Piyush Agarwal MPS 96.33%
10. Ashima Mittal ANSLEMS 96.33%
11. Prateek Mandhana MPS 96%
 
 

Q.1      What do you think was the most essential quality that helped you in your success at Boards? a) Time Management b) Structured Study c) Proper division e) Regular Revision

It was the Regular Revision that was the most essential part for achieving success in Board Examination, as, it left no scope for us to forget what we had already done. Also, the pattern of study should be well structured and should be strictly followed.
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Q.2      What are the possible ways of better Time Management while preparing for the Boards and giving the exam?

Possible ways of Time Management - ? An organized way of study is the best way to manage one’s time. ? Prepare your time table (preferably weekly time chart) which secures equal time for all the subjects along with extra time to the subjects that you find difficult in comparison to others. ? Practice more and more of sample papers in the prescribed time limit. ? In examination centre, focus more on those questions which have more weightage of marks. .

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Q.3      Which subject according to you was the most difficult, and how did you prepare for that?

English was the most difficult of all. Few tips to prepare for it: • Read chapters of literature books loudly. This will help you in improving your oral communication and clarity & fluency in English. Also, it will surely add to your clear & thorough understanding of lessons thereby making your literature part more strong. • To improve your grammar, pick a good grammar book consulting your faculty member and go through one topic every day. Also, learn 10 words of dictionary & revise them daily. This will improve your vocabulary. • If any doubt arises, it should be made resolved without any hesitation. Besides English, remembering important dates of History was also quiet difficult. To eradicate this problem write down all the important dates on a paper & start learning 8-10 dates daily & revise them regularly. In Science, Numerical solving was at times a problem. This needs regular & more of practice.
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Q.4      Was there any time while preparing for the Boards, when you felt stressed? If any, how did you overcome that stress?
Some of us were stressed while preparing for Boards. To overcome stress, you should avoid too much of end time study & revision which is the major cause of confusion in examination hall. Give your best without taking tension of the result. Relax yourself by the best means to reduce your stress. Belief in yourself is must.
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Q.5       What were the ways in which your parents supported your preparation for the exams?

First of all, they provided healthy & balanced diet. Secondly, their moral support & advice that kept us encouraged throughout. Thirdly, fulfilled all needs in time. For eg- bringing sample papers. Fourthly, they generated trust in us which boosted our confidence from time-to-time.
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Q.6      Did you have any specific expectation from your parents while preparing for exams?

Yes, there were two points that we expected- 1. Never let our moral go down even though we score less marks. 2. Not to increase mental stress by asking us to study more and more and more.

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Q.7      Important Tips 
Last but not the least, Some important tips to be borne in mind while preparing for boards- 1) Doubt clearance should be done in time with the help of your teachers. 2) Do not leave any topic for last time. 3) You may study late night or early in morning but it should be according to one’s capability. 4) Study hard 5) More you are prepared, the more you will be free from stress. 6) Never loose hope or be nervous. In such a situation, just approach your mentors i.e. your parents, your teachers or your seniors.
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Inputs from Parents of top scorers of X Board’09
Q.1      What are the ways in which you motivate and support your child in his/her studies?
(1) Do not pressurize your ward by putting him under pressure of too much studies. (2) Never impose your expectations on your child. Instead, guide them with the best suitable options for their future.
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Q.2      Was there any time when your ward felt stressed about some particular subject? If yes, then what did you do to guide him/her?
Yes, at times. We helped him/her by the best possible means to relieve him/her from stress. Also, we let them take a break to relax themselves.
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Q.3    After the boards, students generally attempt for some entrance examinations of various institutes. Does this add to the stress of the child? What should be done to overcome that?

No, it does not. All the subjects are thoroughly prepared in boards which don’t require much of additional studies.
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