CBSE Class 12 Board exams 2019: Tips to score high marks in Physical Education

Tips to score well in CBSE Class 12th Physical Education Board Exam 2019!

The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) is all set to conduct Class 12th Board Examination 2019 from the month of February. Most of the students feel nervous before it and it is quite normal.

Students should keep in mind that irregular and a non-systematic study can lead to loss of marks in the examination.

According to the date-sheet, the students will have to take the board exam for Physical Education on March 30, 2019.

As per the latest notification, the pattern of question paper for Class 12 Physical Education Board exam 2019 has been amended by CBSE.

The paper will now be divided into three sections-

  • Section A: 7 out of 11 questions are to be attempted
  • Section B: 5 out of 8 questions are to be attempted
  • Section C: 5 out of 7 questions are to be attempted

Have a look at some tips to score well in CBSE Class 12 Physical Education Board exam 2019!

1. Focus:

Students should focus on the syllabus prescribed by CBSE. Moreover, they should refer to one or two books only as referring to so many books can confuse the students during the preparation.

According to Ajay Vashist, Senior PGT (Physical Education), Delhi Public School, Bulandshahr, “Being a physical education teacher I have observed that students do not pay attention to the subject. Maximum of the students do not take first ten months seriously even during their pre-board exam but when exam approaches, they start worrying and then they start their preparation just a few weeks before the board exams.”

2. Work on your weakness:

Students should work on their weaknesses. In order to improve their performance, they need to compare their previous performance with previous performance and find out your weakness and workout on those.

3. Time management:

After revising the whole syllabus, solve the sample papers available on the internet or available in the market. Doing enough practice of sample papers boosts the level of self-confidence in students.

Apart from this, practising the sample papers also teaches the concept of time-management to the students.

4. Chapter-wise revision:

One must do the revision frequently and should identify the important questions accordingly. Students should try to make their own notes from every chapter in the form of a summary.

5. Presentation:

The short and long answer type questions should be written in a proper format. An introduction should be given before writing the core answer. One must give emphasis on the presentation.

Underline the important sentences and try to write clearly with good handwriting, give examples when it is necessary, draw figures (if required), use specific and suitable terms while writing the answer and stick to the word limit.

First fifteen minutes of the exam must be utilized in a meaningful manner. Students should try to attempt the paper in a proper sequence.

[“source-indiatoday”]