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CBSE EXAMS STARTS

In order to help students make the right moves while preparing and answering exams, CBSE has released an advice which would also be useful to students answering the ICSE board exam. 

The CBSE counsellor suggests that students do not miss on their sleep and stick to homemade fresh food. The counsellor also advises that students do some writing practice and improve the way answers are packaged. 

The board asks students not to leave for exams on an empty stomach and to take care of their admit card, and to report at the exam venue at least half an hour before the start of the paper as this helps relieve anxiety. 

Psychologists also suggest that students should stop discussing the question paper once the exam is over and instead concentrate on preparations for the next day's paper. 

According to experts, students should bear in mind that all educational boards in the country are also now laying stress of conceptual learning rather than rote learning. In subjects such as math and science, more emphasis is being given to practical learning, and multiple-choice questions are being asked. 

There is no exam authority that allots marks for neatness of the answer sheet. However, if the student's paper is neat and more presentable, it is easier for the examiner to understand and assess. Thus, one is more likely to earn the marks he or she rightfully deserves, the experts point out. 

Students are also advised to try starting with a new page for every answer or at least ensure to number the answers correctly corresponding to the questions, as "it is always better to have the examiner think positive about the student's performance on paper". Embellishing answers with explainatory flow charts, and adding diagrams and figures wherever applicable can help students score more marks, say experts.
Sourced from: http://timesofindia.indiatimes.com 

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