New Delhi [India], July 25 (ANI/Oswaal Books): After announcing a special assessment scheme for 2021-22 exams, the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) has now released the syllabus for classes 9 to 12.
This academic year will be divided into two terms- term 1 and term 2. Each term will cover and assess 50% of the syllabus. Moreover, unlike ever before, term 1 exams will be purely MCQ-based.
Term 2 exams will be either subjective or be MCQ-based, depending on the Covid-19 situation in the country at that time. The syllabus has also been rationalized. These steps will prove to be very helpful for students who were worried about getting burdened with more syllabus and lengthier exams.
The term-wise syllabus for 2021-22 has been put on the official CBSE website. You can check out your syllabus right now by clicking here. Term 1 exams will take place in November-December, and term 2 will happen in March-April.
With so many new updates, students will have to update their preparation for board exams 2021-22. Below are a few points that will help you score more in term 1 of board exams 2021-22.
Get the latest study material- With paper patterns and changing syllabus, the first thing students need to do is secure books that have incorporated the latest changes in a brilliant manner. For example, the new 'Oswaal CBSE MCQs Chapterwise Question Bank 2021-22 for Term 1 & 2' has specially curated questions based on the special assessment scheme introduced by the board on 5 July 2021 for board exams 2021-22.
Master MCQs- CBSE has said that the Term 1 exams will consist of assertion-based and case-based MCQs. Get ample practice of these questions to ensure good performance. Oswaal CBSE Chapter-wise Topic-wise MCQs Question Bank 2021-22 for Class 10 (Term 1 & 2) has the latest typologies of questions introduced by the board, namely- Stand-Alone MCQs, MCQs based on Assertion-Reason and Case-based MCQs.
Here's the recommended link for Term-wise New CBSE Syllabus Question Banks 2021-22 Class 10 for Term1 & 2: https://bit.ly/3zuj3aT
Conduct self-assessment- Take time-bound mock tests and honestly score yourself. This will improve your performance tremendously. Oswaal CBSE MCQs Question Bank has unit-wise periodic tests and answers with simple explanations. These will help improve your answer quality and strengthen the weaker areas.
Don't miss the questions from CBSE- In April 2021, CBSE has released a question bank for boards 2021-22. Go through these questions as several of these might get asked in the final exam. The Oswaal CBSE MCQs Question Bank also has the questions mentioned in the official CBSE question bank.
Aim higher- You have more potential than you realize. Start taking small steps right from the start to see your results take a big leap later. With consistent and targeted practice, you can unleash your capacity and achieve remarkable results.
Focus on quality of preparation rather than the number of hours. Oswaal CBSE MCQs Question Bank will simplify learning and help you grasp more in less time. It is specially designed by subject matter experts, noted educationists, and topper students from all over the country.
Wish you all the best for the new academic year!
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