Is RD Sharma Good for Class 10?
This book had got many problems to solve.It is a very good book.It is the best book for preparing for maths board exams. I would suggest all the class 10 students to use R.D Sharma. Really appreciate it, I truly Recommend to every 10th Class Student…..
How can I complete syllabus in 15 days?
Preparation Tips for 12th Board Exams in 15 Days
- Avoid exam stress.
- Have positive vibes.
- Time management.
- Write notes.
- Study method.
- Work on your weak points.
- New topics.
Can I prepare for boards in 15 days?
Obviously yes. For Board Examination, this fits perfectly. Last 15 days are very important for Board students and students should invest these days carefully with planning. Each day is important but we are one night fighters, right!
What should I do 10 days before exam?
10 Study Tips For The Last 10 days
- Get organized. The night before the exam is not the time to be sorting out piles of notes.
- Create a revision timetable. For most 3rd and 6th years school is now finished.
- Study smarter.
- Practice past exam questions.
- Learn what you don’t know.
- Get your mock paper out.
- Know the layout of the paper.
- Eat, drink and exercise.
How do I study continuously?
How to stay focused while studying, a guide:
- Find a suitable environment.
- Create a study ritual.
- Block distracting websites + apps on your phone, tablet, and computer.
- Divide up + space out study sessions.
- Use the Pomodoro Technique.
- Find the best tools.
- Focus on skills, not grades.
- Schedule downtime.
How do I study for 2 hours?
Having said that here are seven steps you can take to study long hours without getting overly tired or drowsy:
- Prioritize your schedule: take up difficult topics early in the day.
- Steal a nap.
- Eat to maintain energy levels.
- Conserve your mental energy.
- Take regular breaks.
- If possible, study/ work in daylight.
Is it good to study 8 hours a day?
It depends on the age of the child. If the child is for instance in Middle School, he or she can study 8 hours at school. At home, he or she can study few hours, but not consistently. The child has to take 15 to 30 minutes of break after each hour of studying a material at home.