Hey guys before starting this post, I just want to ask you a few questions?
English is your problem?
What kind of difficulty do you face with English?
Do not forget to comment below if English is your problem. And if you are a student, then just comment below, Yes I am.
I know that English is a problem for most students. Being from a Hindi or any other regional background, it's difficult to score in English in class 12.
Here I am not talking about all the students, but most of us have this issue. We talk Hindi in our homes, so we don't have a proper grasp of English, but today English has become an important determinant for students. In schools, colleges, competitive exams and even in society, you will find people use English as their regular language.
What do you need to do for getting a grasp of English?
How to get full marks in the English board exam this year
I am not sure about getting full marks? Because no one gets 100 marks in English, it is possible to get 80+ or 90+ marks in the English board exam, but not full.
Today, English plays a very important role in a student's life. I don't know why but something is wrong with us?
I have seen countries use their local language to communicate, but something is wrong with India. We give more priority to "English" instead of "Hindi" even though Hindi is our national language.
I am not saying English is bad or something. At least we should think about this because it's important for our future.
Working on our regional language and making it widespread must be our priority. Because it will attract more people of our country to participate in activities also it will gradually increase our literacy rate.
How class 12th exams are going to be conducted this year and what is going to be the new pattern for the Board exams 2022?
As CBSE has recently announced that this year exams are going to be conducted in different patterns.
- MCQ based.
- And Theory-based.
So you need a better strategy this year to score better in your English exam.
Do you ever think of what really hits your marks in board exams?
Why do some of you end up scoring low marks in comparison to other students even though they are not as capable as you are?
Give some time to yourself and think about it, This will going to change everything for you.
Most people think that intelligent students score higher marks.
What do you think?
I think that's not fully correct. In my opinion, students who lend their time to their subjects score better than others.
So it's better to focus on your studies instead of focusing on unimportant things.
Does your scoring totally depend on your preparation technique and the plans on your plans?
Yes, your scoring completely depends on how you deal with a subject. It doesn't matter in which class you are class 9, class 10, class 11, class 12. All classes are similar in terms of scoring.
For English, the most important thing is reading, You must have good reading habits. This includes articles, novels, etc.
Why do you need a reading habit? I am not talking about your board exams, schoolokay is saying this because board exams are just short films. After this original film starts, you will find there is a trap which is called English.
To take yourself out of this trap, you need to learn good English. You will notice that we all copy all the things from others. For every competitive exam, you need good English.
Your writing skills, how good are they? What kind of words do you use while writing your English CBSE exam.
This means your vocabulary matters a lot because it can take you from 60 marks to 100 marks in your English board exam.
So, work on your writing skills, try to write articles daily on different topics and check what level of words you are using. The accuracy of your writing skills totally changes your grades.
Problems that you face while preparing for the CBSE English exam?
when you are all set and have started preparing for your CBSE English exam. Some of the problems may come to you,
1. Students Consider English as a boring subject.
This happens to all students when they start preparing for the CBSE class 12 English exam board exam.
They get bored or even sometimes fall asleep. Sometimes it's very disappointing when you are not able to read a single chapter in a day. You must have good reading habits.
This happens because you don't have the reading habits and you are probably preparing in the wrong way.
2.Preparation at the last moment for the CBSE English exam
I have seen many students wait for the last moment to start preparations.
They just wait for the last moment and think they can score in a single night. Sometimes it doesn't work and some students fail exams.
I agree that English is not that difficult. However, I have seen students getting low marks in the CBSE English class 12 board exam as compared to the other subjects.
3. Don't have the wrong approach that CBSE English is easy?
There is no doubt that the English exam is easy, but you need to work hard to get good marks on your skills. It's easy to score in English.
It doesn't mean that you can ignore the subject. If you don't have a wise sense of using words, then it will be difficult for you to score.
Don't listen to any kind of rubbish, just focus, study and improve your English.
How to prepare for your English CBSE exam?
Now comes the final preparation tips for the CBSE English exam
Three sections are
- Reading (20)
- Writing and Grammar (30)
- literature (30)
It is possible to score well in all sections, you only need these things to do that.
- GOOD READING SKILLS
- GOOD WRITING SKILLS
- AND LITERATURE MUST BE GOOD
There is no need to take the load that your English is not good or something just works on it.
FOR CBSE BOARD EXAM 2020, START YOUR PREPARATION NOW.
- Plan your timetable according to your comfort and give equal importance to each section while preparing for your CBSE English exam.
TIPS FOR PREPARATION FOR CBSE ENGLISH EXAMS.
- The first thing you need to buy is a good reference book for your CBSE English exam.
- I will advise you to buy BBC English according to your class.
- Read a one-one topic for each section daily before sleeping.
- Write one article on any current topic daily.
- Practice all your writing skills before appearing for the CBSE English exam.
- You need to be aware of the CBSE marking scheme.
- Try to learn as many words as you can right now.
- Do not think that long answers will provide you with marks, just focus on short and correct answers.
- Don't waste time.
- Try to start as early as possible for your CBSE English exam.
your marks totally depend on your practice
the more you practice higher you gonna score
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