BIHAR BOARD EXAMS FOR 12TH-PREPARATION AND QUICK TIPS
How to prepare for Class 12 Bihar Board Exams?
Intermediate examination or class 12 Board Exams is conducted in Bihar by BSEB annually. From 2015 onwards, BSEB has introduced some changes in the question papers of Science and Commerce streams. Now it asks 40 percent, objective type questions in both streams.
Students can obtain good marks in this exam by following simple preparation tips, mentioned below:
1) Prepare from NCERT Book: Majority of questions are asked from NCERT book. This book is also important because even in competitive exams like JEE and NEET, questions are asked based on this book. Hence, students should prepare for from this book.
2) Solve Sample Papers: Solving sample papers regularly can surely sharpen your question solving skills and it will also increase your speed. In science and commerce streams, 40 percent objective questions are asked and hence it becomes crucial for every student to keep solving these types of questions through sample papers.
3) Revision: Revision is basically the most crucial step during your preparation for any exams. By revising different topics regularly, you can basically avoid forgetting learned topics after few weeks.
4) Solve Model Question Papers: We have uploaded certain model question papers as well. You can download these questions and solve them. It will be very beneficial for your preparation.
5) Solve Previous Year Question Papers: You can also solve last 10 year question papers and it will give you enough ideas about important topics and frequently asked questions. Questions in the board exams are often repeated and solving them can give you a big boost .
QUICK TIPS FOR SCORING GOOD MARKS
* There is no secret formula or rocket science required to perform well in the board examinations. Only thing required that student should have basic elementary knowledge of subjects.
* Positive frame of mind is the key to success. Positivity helps in overcoming the stress and fear. It also boost the self-confidence.
* One should prepare a strict time table for himself or herself. The such time table should adhere about number of hours of study, daily routine, what to study, what to revise etc. Student should firmly stick to this time table come what may.
* It is most important that student go for solving previous year question papers as it helps him/her in evaluating his/her performance and level of preparation.
* All the formulas, notes, important dates, theories, law, equations etc. should be on the finger tips of the students.
* Strong basic concepts is the key to perform well in the examination. In order to build the basic concepts students should firstly refer the NCERT books. Thereafter students may go for referring other reference books also.
* It would be better if the students make a schedule for group study on weekly basis. In group study, there are strong probabilities of clearance of doubts and easy sharing of knowledge.
* Students are advised to perform light exercises or yoga. It helps in better functioning of mind and body. Yoga helps in better concentration level and memory power.
* Students should avoid to study any new topics just before the examination. As it may cause nervousness or confusion in mind which ultimately affects the performance of the student.
The Bihar School Education Board (BSEB) has released an official notification with the revised exam pattern and marking scheme for the Senior Secondary i.e. Class 12th Annual and Supplementary exams on its official website – biharboard.ac.in. As per the new exam pattern, Multiple Choice Questions (MCQs) or objective type questions will form 50% of each subject paper. The state board will provide OMR sheets to the students to attempt these MCQs.
– 50 MCQs
Regular subjects like Accounts, Maths, Business Studies, Economics, History, Political Science, Philosophy and Sociology have 100 marks written exam, therefore these subject papers will carry 50 MCQs of 1 mark each thereby weighing 50 marks for each subject.
2.1. Language Papers – 50 MCQs
Language exams of 100 marks for subjects like Hindi, English, Sanskrit, Maithili, Bhojpuri, Magahi, Urdu, Persian, Arabic, and Bengali, will carry 50 MCQs of 1 mark each making 50 marks of the total.
2.2. Pali and Prakrit Bhasha & its History – 50 MCQs
Language exams for Pali and Prakrit Bhasha & its history are of 100 marks. These subject papers will comprise of 50 MCQs of 1 mark each, making 50 marks for these objective type questions.
2.3. Hindi, English, Maithili, Urdu of 50 Marks – 25 MCQs
Language exams for Hindi, English, Maithili and Urdu that are of 50 marks each, will include 25 MCQs of 1 mark each totalling 25 marks.
Subjects with Practical Exams – 35 MCQs
Subjects that comprise of theory as well as a practical exam, will comprise of 35 MCQs in the theory paper. Subjects like Physics, Chemistry, Biology, Computer Science, Physical Education, Geography, Home Science, etc have 70 marks theory exam, therefore 35 marks will be allocated to 35 objective type questions carrying 1 mark each.
- Music – 14 MCQs
Music exam paper will carry 30 marks out of which 14 Marks will be allocated to 14 MCQs of 1 mark each.
Vocational Subjects – 50 MCQs
The Vocational exam papers are of 100 marks. These will consist of 50 MCQs of 1 mark each thereby making 50 marks from the total of each subject.
Candidates appearing for Bihar Board Exams 2018 can access the Revised Exam
Pattern and Marking Scheme notification at the below-mentioned URL: