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We are delighted as we dedicate this blog to all those 10th and 12th graders as they gear up for their TERM I examination. Tension nahi lene ka bacha log, we have got you covered! Understanding the DO’s and DON’Ts It’s a matter of fact that your 10th grade and 12th grade score define where you stand in the initial years of career, so it is but obvious that you should work hard to get ranked up enough for the path you want to walk on. But as much as that hard work is important there are many dos and don’ts keep can impact your efforts quite variably.

Do's

  • Be the teacher when you study. Since you would have a better understanding for your thinking, teach your lessons to yourself like your teacher does when in class.
  • Create a time table for each subject.
  • Study your lessons like a story. It is more effective in memorization and it makes your chapters a little colorful.
  • Enjoy whatever you’re being taught as there’s no power more powerful than acquiring knowledge.
  • Be vocal about your study queries.
  • Maintain a healthy competition with your classmates.
  • Challenge yourself to learn more.
  • Have your date sheet printed with the correct guidelines.
  • Have your stationary perfectly arranged
  • Make sure you have your school id, exam roll no., etc ready so that you won’t face any trouble
  • Eat healthy, keep yourself hydrated and sleep timely
  • Give your best out there!

Don'ts

  • Don’t take too much burden but at the same time don’t take your exams for granted as well.
  • Don’t push your limits too much. For example, there’s no point in pulling an all-nighter or studying early in the morning when you’ve already learnt the basic concepts your lessons well.
  • Don’t push your limits too much. For example, there’s no point in pulling an all-nighter or studying early in the morning when you’ve already learnt the basic concepts your lessons well.
  • Avoid discussions with your classmates before giving any exam. If you have a query, then consult a teacher.
  • Don’t create negative competition among your peers.
  • While giving your exam, don’t look around too much since it will hamper your concentration.
  • Parchas and silent communication in an exam room looks good in videos but they are never useful in the long run.
  • If you need anything, raise your hand to the invigilator instead of creating a commotion in a silent exam hall.
Its about time that we stop thinking that exams are punishments. Exams are just a bar which measures your efforts you’ve put throughout the year. The more love, care and effort you put in, the better we get the end result.
So that’s it for today’s blog! We hope that this piece is able to provide you some useful tips for your upcoming exams as bhai log, yeh tumhare saffar ki sirf shuruat hai!

AADI GARG

M.A. (Psy.), DCGC(NCERT), RCI REGD.
PSYCHOLOGIST | CAREER COUNSELOR

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