Checklist and expert guidelines for board exam day CBSE Term 2
Term 2 CBSE Class 10, 12 Board Exam 2022: Follow checklists and advice by experts to avoid any last minute hassles on the day of Term 2 board exams starting from 26 April.
The Central Board of Secondary Education will conduct the CBSE Class 10, 12th Term 2 Exam 2022 from April 26 this year. The board has also released the admit card for the students today and the guidelines to be followed have also been released on the official website. CBSE Board- cbse.gov.in. Students must follow the strategy on the day of their board exam to score good marks in CBSE Term 2, 2022.
CBSE Class 10, 12 Term 2 Exam 2022: Checklist & Last Minute Guidelines
Students get very nervous on the last day of the exam. This makes them not able to think properly and also lose marks in those subjects which they prepare well.
To avoid such mistakes, students need to follow certain guidelines shared by the expert panel on Jagran Josh.
Students must get their admit card as soon as possible:
All the students of the board classes are advised to download their admit cards as soon as possible so that they can easily move on to other parts of their preparation. students can also
Make multiple copies of their admit card so that in case of losing one. They do not need to go to the nearest cyber cafes or computer centers. It is wisely said that caution is better than cure. Same goes here.
Get the required new pens and stationery a week before the exam:
Students usually reach the stationery shops a day before the exam. Not only the day before but in the evening before their exam day. According to our experts this practice is not advisable. Dr. Seth, DPS teacher says, “Your pencil box should be ready a week before your exam. Students will also have to take two extra pens in case one is missing. All this is done to avoid last minute panic and borrowing.
Students should not carry their notes to the exam center:
It is to be noted that students should avoid carrying their notes and books to the examination centres. Students should avoid carrying any such heavy items and try to reach the examination venue at least half an hour before.
Students must visit the exam center at least once before the exam
It is better that you know the distance of the examination centers from your home, so that the last minute rush can be avoided. One has to prepare well in advance to reach the exam venue 30 minutes before. Also try to include all road traffic within your commute time.
Keep your books and notes organized in order of exam dates
Students have to collect their own notes, books and examples of each subject and arrange them in the order of the examination to be conducted. This means that your notes and essential books should be arranged as per your date sheet. This will help in avoiding all the last minute hassle and searches of any book or chapter notes missing for revision.
Carry a mask, sanitizer and water bottles on the day of the exam:
The country is still not free from Kovid-19. There are still many cases, which is why students are guided by experts to take care of their health first. You are only responsible for your own well being as CBSE has not yet announced any option for the students who have fallen prey to Coronavirus. So it is better to follow all the instructions which were being followed during the days of COVID-19 pandemic.
Class 10 and 12 students must keep themselves hydrated as it is very hot in different parts of the country as the summer season begins. With only 14 days left for the exam, students are now panicking which will cause trouble in the body. Avoid these by trying to stay calm and treating the exam as another test.
Careful preparation is required at this time. We wish you all the very best for Term 2 CBSE Board Exam 2022.
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