CBSE Board Exam Date Sheet 2021: Release Date, Time & Preparation

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New Delhi, Updated on Feb 3, 2021 11:14 IST

Check release date and time for CBSE 10th & 12th Board Exam Date Sheet 2021 along with other important resources for CBSE 2021 Board Exams preparation.

Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) has announced the CBSE date sheet 2021 for the upcoming board exams of classes 10th and 12th on February 2 at 5 pm. The CBSE 10th examinations 2021 will be held between May 4 and June 7 while CBSE Class 12th exams 2021 are set to be conducted between May 4 and June 11 in the offline mode. Practical examinations will begin from March 1 and may go on till the last exam is conducted. The CBSE Result 2021 will be announced by July 15 for both classes.

Latest: Click to check CBSE 10th datesheet 2021

             Click to check CBSE 12th datesheet 2021

Around 30 lakh students will be appearing for the CBSE board exams 2021. Last year, the CBSE datesheet was released on December 17 in the evening. This year too, the date sheet was released around the same time. Students are also advised to pay attention to revision and practice besides the regular studies. Shiksha will provide all updates about CBSE Class 10th Board Date Sheet 2021 or CBSE Class 12 Date Sheet 2021 (Science, Commerce, Arts). CBSE has also released some important study resources for the preparation of the upcoming CBSE Board Exams 2021.

Preparing for CBSE 10th, 12th Board Exams 2021

  • Fix a timetable to study- In order to study in a regular manner, students should make a timetable for each day. This can help them manage time for all the subjects in a proper way. Keep phones and other gadgets away during this time so as not to lose focus.
  • Make a regular routine - Fix a particular portion to be studied each day. Make sure to complete the fixed portion the same day. Do not carry it forward to the next day as it can ruin the preset routine for the coming days.
  • Understand the basics- Instead of mugging up everything try to understand the basic concepts behind the subjects. This habit helps one remember the concepts for a long time.
  • Make brief notes- While studying, try making notes of important points. These can be referred to during revision. These notes enhance the potential to revise.
  • Have variety in the daily study- Try to study different subjects in a day and do not just stick to one for hours. Variety in the study will keep you interested in it and help maintain focus.
  • Focus on weaker subjects- Students must give some extra time to the weaker subjects every day and try making them strong. Find mistakes and try not to repeat them.
  • Do not lose concentration- Keep ready all the necessities before sitting to study. Getting up every now and then not only makes one lose time but also concentration.
  • Do not give much importance to hours- It does not matter how many hours a day one studies, it is how he utilizes the hours. Students must not exhaust themselves while studying for very long hours. Take time out to rest too.
  • Solve CBSE sample papers- Students must make a routine of solving two sample papers or CBSE question papers of previous years' to get familiar with the question paper pattern and the kind of questions asked.
  • For Physics, Chemistry, and Mathematics- Make it a habit to solve 10 questions from each of these subjects everyday as these are practice-based subjects.

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