According to the revised CBSE Class 10 Date Sheet 2021 the Science paper will be held on 21st May (Friday). Science is generally considered as one of the most popular subjects among students as it opens doors to the most desired streams - Medical and Engineering. Students tend to study hard to score good marks in this subject. Now, students are left with about two months to revise the CBSE Class 10 Science Syllabus effectively. In these two months, they have to study the remaining chapters/topics, revise everything and improve their weaker sections. We will discuss here the best study plan to be followed in the last two months (March and April) before the CBSE Class 10 Science Board Exam 2021. Preparing for the exam according to this study plan will definitely help you score 90% marks in the exam.
Check below the best preparation plan for CBSE Class 10 Science Exam 2021:
Utilise first half of March to cover the remaining chapters/topics
Students who have few topics or any chapter left they should learn such untouched topics in the first half of March. They should once go through the revised CBSE Class 10 Science Syllabus and study according to the same. The syllabus also mentions the weightage each unit carries for the final exam. Students should make sure that they do not leave anything in the units with high weighatge. At the same time, students should take care of the deleted portion of the syllabus. Do not prepare the topics that have been deleted from the syllabus for the upcoming Board Exam. Try to stick to the Class 10 Science NCERT book mainly before reading from any reference book. NCERT book will help to clear the concepts in a much easier way.
Those who have already finished with their syllabus can take the advantage of revising everything in February month.
Reserve second half of March to revise everything you learnt
Revise each and every line you had learnt throughout the year. Go through your notes and assignments to leave nothing unread. Work out the examples and exercise questions given in the Science NCERT textbook. They should practice obtaining appropriate solutions to all types of questions given in the NCERT book. Do not miss to attempt the NCERT Exemplar Problems to give an edge to your preparation level. Such type of extensive revision is quite necessary for self-assessment and prepare well for the exam. Divide your time judiciously to revise all chapters of Science while studying other subjects as well.
In April focus on solving question papers and sample papers
Solving previous years' question papers and sample papers is quite necessary to understand the trend followed in the board exam papers. This not only helps to strengthen your knowledge but also to prepare the topics and questions that have high chances of being asked in your upcoming board exam. Check the collection of past years' CBSE Class 10 Science Question Papers. Solve at least last 5 years' question papers to boost your confidence level. Also, solve CBSE Class 10 Science Sample Papers to practice some more questions that are important for the exam. Do not start any new topic in the month of April.
Thus, students should study hard in the last two months without even wasting a minute. These 60 days before the exam can be very crucial in deciding your result in the CBSE Class 10 Board Exam 2021.