How to Get Good Marks in F.Sc. Urdu Paper

by Muhammad Umer Blogger

F.Sc students usually find Urdu a difficult subject to score. There is a general perception that since they focus more on the science subjects during the exam preparation, other courses are neglected. While this perception may hold true for some students, it may not be the main contributing reason. 

The rules and style of Urdu language are complicated. At the intermediate level, the course is more advanced and the students need to put in a little more effort. Here is how you can score big in your intermediate board exam. 

  1. Practice Urdu Writing Regularly 

As mentioned earlier, many of us—especially those who studied in English medium—are not well-versed in Urdu script. If you are among these students, there is only one way to get around the problem: Practice hard. Read your course book to get familiar with the course material while getting accustomed to the language. Then practice writing it, so that you can manage time while attempting the board exam. 

  1. Solve Past Papers 

Solve the past papers for practice and attempt the practice tests. It will help you with self-assessment of your exam preparation. Opting for the solved past papers is a better idea, as you will get to compare what you were supposed to do and what you did. Go for the past papers that are tailored to the F.Sc. board exams. 

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  1. Manage Time 

Always bring a time instrument with you to the examination hall; a simple wristwatch preferably. Plan ahead as to how you are going to attempt the paper. You know what kind of questions are expected in the exam like tashreeh and salees. So, you should decide beforehand how much time you will need to allocate to each question. 

The first 20 minutes are already assigned to the objective paper. So, now you are left with 2 hours and 40 minutes to solve the remaining six questions.  Identify which questions require more time and do them first in the designated time. For instance, the tashreeh (couplets analysis) part may take 33 minutes while the essay question requires 35 minutes for completion. 

  1. Give Headings 

Just like in any other intermediate board exam, paper presentation is the key to score well in the Urdu paper. Give as many headings in your answers as you can. Use cut marker for headings, subheadings, and highlighting important information like couplets, or proverbs. 

It will help the examiner assess your paper at just a glance. However, if you are not sure about the validity of the information, do not write it with marker. That will be like telling the examiner that you may have a few things wrong. 

  1.  Write Quotes and Couplets 

Write quotes, couplets, and verses be it while writing an essay or poetry analysis (tashreeh). However, do not include any extra information while writing summaries (Khulasa) of chapters or poems. As mentioned above, write these quotes with a blue marker. Leave a line (for space) above and below the quotes etc. to make it prominent.

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