How to Study for CBSE Class 10 Board Exams Subject Wise Tips?

How to Study for CBSE Class 10 Board Exams Subject Wise Tips?

Every student wish to score 90 plus percentage. If the student wants to gain admission in a good institution or college then his 90 plus percentage has important impact in his career. 

But, Scoring a good percentage requires a smart work.

A student who wishes to score such a high percentage requires to create a timetable. 

In order to lessen your trouble, we have enlisted top strategies that you can apply to make it work for you.

The Subjects, which play a crucial role in a CBSE are:

Social Science

So, here we are covering each subject individually, enlisting the preparation tips, and tricks, on how you can prepare for each subject.

The first one is, English:

We have begun with the easiest subject which is English. 

In comparison to other subjects, English is quite scoring. 

However, one needs to read the chapters in detail, which will not only help in understanding, what the chapter speaks about, but also help in enhancing one’s vocabulary as well. 

The subject of English: can be divided into three parts, which include: 
Passages, Grammar, and Writing Skills.

While, for passages, general reading is sufficient to get the basic knowledge of the topic. But for grammar and writing skills, one must practice constantly. 

Grammar happens to be, one of the most scoring sections, if given the full concentration. 

As for writing skills, you must practice constantly, in order to gain a sound knowledge, over your writing and language. 

Read as much as possible, along with practicing previous year papers, So that, you will come to know what were the questions asked, so accordingly you can prepare well for board exam.

When you are writing the paper, try to maintain a pattern, and format. Writing skills like Essays, Letters, must include a proper Introduction, Body and Conclusion.

Social Studies

The second easiest part of CBSE is social studies. However, for gaining good scores in this subject, you must be well aware with, dates, and facts, which require immense practice. Social Studies include Geography, History, and Civics. Thus, there includes numerous facts and figures to be remembered.

How to prepare for Social Studies?

Maintain notes of important dates and timelines, which are outlined in every chapter included in the syllabus.

To make social studies more interesting, read it like a novel or a story, instead of a chapter. This will help you retain more information in your mind.

Practice writing the answers every day,

Additionally solve, previous year question papers, as possible. Also Keep an eye on, what is studied, and how much needs to be covered.


Science comprises of three subjects, covered in one book, which include Physics, Chemistry, and Biology. 

Moreover, it is extremely fun, if taken in a proper sense. If understood they can help you score more marks. 

Here are a few points to note:

Get a good idea of what is included in the syllabus, and accordingly prepare your timetable. 
Also, enlist all the important questions chapter-wise, 

In case of physics, and Chemistry, the syllabus will include formula,

So, maintain a separate sheet, which includes all the formula at one place.

At the same time, for experiments, and Biology diagrams, maintain a separate notebook.

Understand the concepts well, instead of just rote learning. 

Additionally, highlight the important points, which can be useful at the time of revision.


Mathematics as a subject, can help in increasing your score, but this requires, determination and complete perseverance. 

Mathematics also helps in enhancing, one’s analytical abilities, decision making, as well as reasoning. 

Thus, this requires a smart approach to make it work in your favour.

How to study Maths?

Prepare notes comprising, of formulae, from all the chapters, included in the syllabus

Practice every day, and solve the sums, and practice problems, to clear your concept base.

During exam, ensure, to read all the questions thoroughly, before you try to solve.

Revise the concepts and formulae, on a daily basis.

In case of any query related to any chapter, ask your teacher for clarification.

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