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21st May 2015, 12:54 PM
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Question pattern and tips to prepare for 10th ICSE Board exam?


Hello,
I am in standard 10th studying from ICSE Board.
I would like to know the pattern of ICSE Board exam.
Please tell me the question pattern and tips for
securing good marks in Board exams.




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22nd May 2015, 09:39 PM
ishteaque
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Default Re: Question pattern and tips to prepare for 10th ICSE Board exam?

I have attached some previous year question papers which will help you to understand the pattern of 10th ICSE quite well.

Therefore I kindly request you to download the papers and examine the pattern for yourself.


Here are some basic tips for the preparation of ICSE 10th and to secure more than 85% :

Choosing of proper study material.

Studying a number of books for the preparation of ICSE board is not the exact way of preparing.

Often people have a misconception that referring many books at a time proves to be helpful, but in actual if the preparation is made by selecting fewer but right books for preparation proves to be helpful for aspirants.

Students should choose books that cover entire ICSE 10th 2016 syllabus and as per 2016 pattern.

Prepare a proper Time Table.

You should prepare a proper time table for your studies and allocate your time accordingly to your weakness and strengths regarding subjects.

A proper time table can prove to be very effective for you to score well in your exam.

Solve previous year papers.

Solving previous year papers is the most important if you want to score well in 10th boards.

You can solve sample papers for ICSE 10th 2016, it will provide you an insight idea of the pattern, marking type and time duration. Solve as much as Mock papers as you can as solving these papers will give you an idea about the actual examination paper.

Stay Healthy and mentally fit.

On top of all never forget to keep up well with your health as it is the basis of all necessities.

There is an old saying "Health is Wealth" which is very true. So keep yourself mentally and physically fit all the while.

Try to take some time out for yourself apart from studies and feel relaxed, do things that keeps your mind and body relaxed.

Quick Tips for ICSE 10th 2016 Preparation:

1. Prepare a list of important formulae in each chapter.

2. Note the tips for quick solutions of problems.

3. Make daily or weekly targets and note it down and act accordingly.

4. Revise the syllabus as per study plan.

5. Make time table and distributive time and hence aim to achieve it.

6. Solve previous year questions.

7. Have proper sleep and proper diet.




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22nd May 2015, 11:22 PM
vanisunshine.vani
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Default Re: Question pattern and tips to prepare for 10th ICSE Board exam?

ICSE question paper pattern:-

- group 1:-)

* english :- percentage for external is 80% and internal marks is 20%

* second language:- 80% external percentage and 20% in internal marks

* history/civics/geography/environmental education :- 80% as external marks and 20% as internal marks.

-group 2:-
* maths/physics/chemistry/biology/commerce/arts:- 80% as external marks in each and 20% marks in internal each subjects.

-students has to appear for 7 subjects and clear any 5 subjects.

-passing markd is 35% .

-grading system :-

91-100%:- A1
81-90%:- A2
71-80%:- B1
61-70%:- B2
51-60%:- C1
41-50%:- C2
33-40%:- D
21-30%:- E ,fail
0-20%:- F,fail

*students has the choice to apply for improvements test if not satisfied with the scored marks but the condition is he/she has to pass the subject.

*obviously the question would come from the prescribed syllabus. To have an idea collect last year question papers from seniors or refer model papers . this would be of great help if you practice it .




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