How to prepare for CBSE class 8 geography?

by Alok Kumar Web marketer

Geography is a most important sub-subject in social study of CBSE class 8, as it doesn’t have complex formulae to learn but however it is also as challenging as other subject. In geography subject, you need to remember the long form of concepts, short notes and important definitions so that you can understand the concepts well.

Learning the fundamentals is as important as, it will help you to master the techniques of a subject. Most importantly, when you learn the basic fundamentals you will come to what exactly things are going around the world. In this article, we will be presenting you the certain number of tips on how to prepare for your CBSE Class 8 Geography.

1.Understand the concepts: Did you remember that in childhood, we use to memorize the concepts by the first letter and actually make blunders when the same letter is repeated twice or thrice. So to avoid this blunders at any cost that we need to understand the concepts well. If you are in CBSE Class 8 and you are attending geography subject then there are some of the important chapters such as: Resources, Mineral, Agriculture, Human Resources and several others wherein you need to understood the concept first and then memorize the short answers of that chapter.  

2.Memorize descriptive answers: In social studies subject subjects like history and civics or geography need to be memorized as there are certain descriptive answers. Many times it happens that particularly in CBSE Class 8, some of the important concepts like are most important to study wherein you don’t have a choice but to memorize.

3.Prefer robust study materials: To memorize all the important terminology in CBSE Class 8 geography, you need a trusted materials that gives you each and every answer to your question. So you need to prefer a study materials that will give you a robust understanding of each concept. The study materials should contain certain important things like high interactive video lessons, NCERT based textbooks, terminology, solved question papers and so on.   

4.Practice, Practice & more Practice: If you need to score well in the CBSE Class 8 geography examination. You need to start with an effective practice by solving more & more of sample papers, referring question banks and much more that will help you to score better marks in the examination.  Practicing is a key to success to achieve good marks in CBSE Class 8 examination.   

5.Revise all the concepts: Apart from memorizing or just gulping down the chapter answers, you need to revise all the concepts in order to understand what the CBSE Class 8 Geography is all about. There are certain important concepts you need to learn and focus if you need to excel well in the examination.

Classification of resources & its conservation

Importance of land, soil & water resources

Conventional & non-conventional resources

Types & characteristics of natural vegetation

Climatic conditions require for the growth of important crops


6.Unlearn relevant things: If you need to memorize all the concepts in detail. You need to first unlearn certain things which are not at all important. There are many times certain concepts gets elude with each other that actually clashes your mind and often create the complexity. So, if a students who needs to excel well in CBSE Class 8 geography then to wash out certain things that have actually have in their     

7.Practice Model Papers: Once you have gone through the syllabus of entire paper, you need to practice the model papers that will help you to gain a deeper insight on a particular topic. You will able to gain a greater amount of confidence when you start practicing the model papers.

These above mentioned tips will definitely help you to score well in your CBSE Class 8 examination. 

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