How to Prepare for Class 10th, 2021 Term 1 Exams in 1 month

by MTG BOOKS Book Publisher - NEET, JEE MAIN

First of all, calm down and do not panic. You are left with just one month, and you must ensure to make the most out of it! Be optimistic; a month still means 730 hours. 

Follow the tips below, and you will find yourself among the top scorers of your group! 


  1. Plan a study map and adhere to the NCERT textbook syllabus 

It is the time when you must not waste even a single hour and give equal importance to each subject to outshine the overall result. To adhere to the NCERT syllabus till the last, MTG's NCERT at your fingertips is the best book suggested by the toppers.


2.      Learn less, revise more. 

In the last one month, you must make sure you start the new topics less and revise the essential and already studied topics more. Starting with entirely new topics at this point will only lead to more stress. 


3.      Follow your learning style. 

The last one month is crucial for you, and you don't want to fail because of copying "Sharma Ji's son's" methods of learning. Follow your learning style and abide by it.


4.      Take self-tests. 

Self-tests will help you analyze your weak areas, and solving from some good books such as MTG's previous year papers will help you clear your doubts with concise explanations of the questions.  


5.      Don't mug up in stress

Don't keep mugging up for long hours. Take breaks between the studying sessions. After every 25 minutes of undistracted study, take a gap of 5 minutes for getting hydrated or stretching. 


6.      Familiarize your brain with the exam pattern. 

Solve MTG's 100 percent exam ready based on the latest revised exam pattern and solve as many questions as possible to get comfortable with the exam pattern.


7.      Take care of your well-being. 

Eat small but frequent meals, take small naps stay hydrated, and keep your environment positive so that you don’t get distracted easily. 

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