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Posted at: Jan 14, 2018, 1:24 AM; last updated: Jan 14, 2018, 1:24 AM (IST)

Be relaxed as exams round the corner, say educationists

Tribune News Service

Amritsar, January 13

Since the CBSE examination schedule for Class XII students manifests no or little gap between certain papers, educationists have advised students not to get themselves in a fret and keep calm besides believing in hard work.

The Central Board of School Education (CBSE) had released its datesheet on January 10. The examination is going to begin from March 5 across the country for both classes. The schedule has left the students across the country worried.

There is only one day gap between English (March 5) and physics (March 7) exams. No gap is there between history and mathematics papers falling on March 20 and 21, respectively, but it will not affect the majority of the students as those opting for humanities stream seldom opt for maths. Political science and psychology exams fall on April 5 and 6. The teaching fraternity has asked the students to start preparing right away in accordance with the date sheet.

Anjana Gupta, Principal, DAV International School, said, “It is not about a day, but the hard work throughout the year. Though the date sheet is a little tricky, every institute does help students prepare for the examination. Students should believe in their year-long hard work rather than focusing on one day. Make notes for exams of such subjects having a little gap in between.”

Teachers said some of the subjects are lengthy for which solving sample papers or focusing on important points can bring a great relief. A single register should be maintained for such subjects. The students can also make power point presentation or take help from the internet in a constructive way. “Students can maintain a single register having all important point from all the subjects. At the end, the single register can be used for revision on the final day,” said a teacher.

Rajiv Kumar Sharma, Principal, Spring Dale School, said, “Students need to be well prepared. There is no point in stressing oneself about the question papers. Attempt exams with a relaxed mind.”


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