Exam guru science Question bank with sample paper for class 10 term 1 According to new pattern announced by CBSE board and this book published by examguru and content of this book really good for the board exams.
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The whole of science is nothing more than a refinement of everyday thinking.
Albert Einstein could not have said something better than this. Science exists all around us and when we see it that way instead of like a subject which we are forced to study, concepts fill up your brain and marks automatically gets awarded on your paper. Science is what we think, what we do and what we see.
That being said, the subject is divided into Physics, Chemistry and Biology and all of these are diagrams, equations, problems, theories and concepts. So to get a good mark in science:
Understand the concept. Never stay to memorize it. Once you have grasped the concept, move on, you have a continent of things remaining that you have to learn.
Practice makes perfect! Work on the problems. If you get stuck, repeat. The same way with diagrams: work and repeat.
Dedicate time. This is very important when aiming for good marks, because even though science exists all around us, no hard work yields no results. Spend 1–2 hours a day on learning concepts.
Love it! You are learning about things around you and within you. Cultivate an interest, a curiosity to know things that are beyond you. And then grow with this interest so that what you aim for comes to you.
Finally, get the proper study materials. NCERT is highly recommended before you go for other reference materials. Once you know every nook and corner of the book, I would suggest Pradeep’s and NK Choudhary as these were my personal guides.
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Now you have the tips as well as the resources to score the good marks that you are hoping for. All the best!