Scoring 90+ in 12th CBSE Board Exam 2019

The minimum eligibility criteria to appear for the written examination for B.Tech. in CIC is a minimum aggregate marks at 10+2 level as mentioned below (category wise):

  • General Category – 60% in any four subjects (including mathematics).
  • OBC Category – 54% in any four subjects (including mathematics).
  • PH Category – 57% in any four subjects (including mathematics).
  • SC/ST Category – Passing marks with Mathematics as one subject.

I remember one guy who messaged me that he couldn’t clear this eligibility criteria, and hence didn’t appear for the exam, even though he badly wanted to get admission here.

So, here’s a post for the 12th CBSE Board Exam, focussing on the three main subjects –

  • Physics – 5th March 2019
  • Chemistry – 12th March 2019
  • Mathematics – 18th March 2019

I referred to three material for my preparation in the year 2016 –

  • NCERT
  • Arihant Previous Year
  • Sample Papers

And got 93, 91, 87 in Mathematics, Chemistry and Physics, respectively.

To be honest, I started my real preparation at this time itself, i.e. 28th February 2016. So you have time to score 90-95 + in the remaining time,  given that you are determined to give in everything, without any distraction.

Physics

  • Go through the CONCEPTS from the NCERT book. Solve questions in-between the text.
  • You will get an idea in which topics you will be able to score full / almost full marks, and which topics you are weak in.
  • Get the Arihant previous year, go through the past year weightage of the marks, and try to solve all the past year questions in priority order. (And the topics in which you are strong) Devote ONE full day to it. Should help you cross 50-55+/70.

  • For the last day, revise and sit down to do COMPLETE papers. Pick up any booklet which has example papers, and completely do it.

  • AND, do the question you were NOT able to do. This is definitely beneficial for scoring more than 60–65+/70.

Chemistry

  • You need to go through the NCERT. It is not possible to complete it thoroughly, so buy a solution booklet, and do the unique questions that will help you to understand the CONCEPT. Devote 2 days to it, letting you score 70 – 80 + marks.
  • The whole paper in my time was from NCERT ONLY. So you really need to go through NCERT.
  • You will get an idea in which topics you will be able to score full / almost full marks, and which topics you are weak in.
  • Get the Arihant previous year, go through the past year weightage of the marks, and try to solve the past 7 year questions in priority order. Devote another 2 days to it. Should help you cross 50-55+/70.

  • For the last day, revise and sit down to do COMPLETE papers. Pick up any booklet which has example papers, and completely do it.

  • AND, do the question you were NOT able to do. This is definitely beneficial for scoring more than 60-65+/70.

Mathematics

  • You need to go through the NCERT. It is not possible to complete it thoroughly, so buy a solution booklet, and do the unique questions that will help you to understand the CONCEPT. Devote 2–3 days to it, letting you score 70 – 80 + marks.
  • You will get an idea in which topics you will be able to score full / almost full marks, and which topics you are weak in.
  • Get the Arihant previous year, go through the past year weightage of the marks, and try to solve the past 7 year questions in priority order. Devote another 2 days to it.

  • For the last two days, revise and sit down to do COMPLETE papers. Pick up any booklet which has example papers, and completely do it.

  • AND, do the question you were NOT able to do. This is definitely beneficial for scoring more than ninety marks.

Self belief is the key.

In the end, it all depends on those three hours. Your ability to maintain composure, avoiding silly mistakes, time management, and solving the questions.

Remember, the next 20 days are very crucial.

Believe that you’re in the can score 90+, are you are half way there. Forget about the past and the pre-boards if you haven’t done well, and give your all in the preparation, without thinking about the end result. I didn’t do well in pre-boards either, and now I don’t even remember how much I got in that.

Quoting Cristiano Ronaldo,

Today there are opportunities that no one knows if they will come round again in the future.

If you want to succeed, you need to believe in opportunities. When you can see it and your mind can conceive it, you will achieve it.

Source : 20 Powerful Cristiano Ronaldo Quotes To Ignite Your Inner Fire

 

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