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Exam guru Question bank for class 10 term 1 According to new pattern released by the cbse board and thiss books have chapterwise topicwise Mcq and assertion questions so download the pdf and start learning thankyou

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Here, I am sharing the books we referred to and the benefits you can get from particular book: and also some positive vibes for you.

I entered class 10th with lots of dreams and positive but soon after seeing my Pre Mid term results(it was about 79%)my dreams got shattered. I have seen many failures in this grade. I was not even in top 20 of my class of 40 students.

After Pre Mid term I got serious about my studies and boards exam but my procrastinating habits always kept me back in my class. But after my Pre mid terms at least I started studying.

My Mid term and Post mid term exams also passed with an average score i.e between 80-85% Now my parents were also losing hope from me . I was becoming more and more depressed with myself and feeling anxiety.

Action Time( November 19)

I was knowing that being in depression wouldn’t bring me at a better place so after my post mid term results I really started working hard. I eliminated negativity and all distractions from my life. I started making plans and constantly followed them for next 3 months.

I started making daily schedule and following it regularly. I made handmade notes for revisions, though I didn’t make any notebook for school.

I started practising questions through question bank (I think educart question bank is the best as it contains a new typology of questions based on the latest paper pattern and the solutions given with the questions are well-explained) as chapter-wise preparation helps in clarifying the concepts further.
Then I started practicing sample papers to get an understanding to the new paper pattern and to learn time mangement for the board exams. I practised through Educart sample papers as they include case and assertion-based questions as well as important NCERT+ previous year questions with comprehensive solutions, so it is the best for overall preparation.
January 20
The schedule for boards were released and this was the time of pre boards. I was very much confident that I will score good this time as I have worked hard, but after giving my exams I was not really sure that I will score good. This time I was so sad that I believed that I can’t do better.

Exam time
Our exams started in last week of march with English paper. My English paper went very well than other times in school. This was a confidence booster for me . I utilized the study leaves very effectively and worked more and more harder. I forgot my past results and just focused on my papers. This was the time when Covid-19 cases has started to spread in India. Anyway, my exams went good except science paper (which I ruined because of nervousness). Our F.I.T paper was postponed because government has announced lockdown this time.

Result time
Due to Lockdown and some riots in different parts of county , exams were canceled in many parts of country. Rumors were spreading that CBSE will give national wise results on pre boards mark’s which was making me sad but hopefully CBSE soon announced about it further plan.

The D-Day(15th July)
12th results were already declared on 13th and it was our time. My nervousness was increasing and I prayed for good results.

Our results were going to be declared on 15th July. I was surfing the web browser from the morning. It was 1 PM when I saw Pokhriyal sir’s tweet that the results are out. My heart beat went to infinite. Soon one of my friend called me that he saw his results and he scored good (Jab dost fail kre to dukh hota h,pr jab dost top kr jay to aur dukh hota h,lol)

Finally after 2 hrs of struggling the results came. It was as:

English: 88 ( Not happy)
Maths: 97 ( Expected more but no regrets)
FIT: 98 ( As expected )
SST: 95 (Very happy)
Sanskrit: 90 (Not happy at all:/ )
Science: 88 ( I messed the paper, as expected)
I scored 94% in best 5 subjects. It was a very happy moment for me. Soon relatives call was bombarded on my phone and my parents told my marks proudly and that was a proud moment for me too.

Though I was expecting more in Sanskrit and English and decided to go for rechecking but my teachers suggested me not to for rechecking as my marks is very good and evaluators will hardly increase some marks.

Suggestions for next board candidate:
Your school marks does not matter at all, just keep working hard and believe in yourself.
The boards mark’s just depend on last 3 months preperation, I have seen many of toppers of my class scoring less than me.
Time management during exam really matters a lot and don’t over stress during boards times .

I studied till 2 PM night during my science exam day and see my results. So take proper sleep.
I scored 97/100 in maths so I can give you a magic trick which will definitely give you marks as mine or even better. I have solved last 10 years paper during preparation and noticed that 60% questions directly come from NCERT maths. I have solved my maths book 4 times during my preperation. Always give preference to NCERT books + 2-3 sample papers(Educart) during exam days.

Last 10 years question papers along with sample papers.
Your neatness in your boards paper matters. My English marks reduced because of my horrible handwriting , so try to make your notebook neat and less of error.
That’s all from my side!!


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