New Delhi [India], September 18 (ANI/Oswaal Books): Mathematics is considered one of the most difficult subjects among students. Even the name of this subject haunts most of the students. With the board exams approaching in the coming few months, everyone is trying very hard to score well. Now, with the newly launched term-wise pattern, students need to give the MCQ-based exam this time.
Mathematics is a subject that is concerned with the calculations part, so the probability of the mistakes arises in attempting the questions. You must be worried about how you can avoid such mistakes. To get an answer to all those questions, keep on reading further.
The coming section will discuss the common mistakes that you should avoid to excel in your board exams. Let's get started.
1. Neglecting basic NCERT concepts
One of the most common mistakes done by a large number of students is neglecting the basic NCERT concepts. As with the latest MCQ pattern, students have diverted their concern from learning the basic concepts. They are only interested in solving the MCQs. But, if the conceptual clarity is not there, then there is no fun in attempting several questions. You should always avoid this thing. Because if you only rely upon MCQs and don't practice the basic questions, then you can encounter problems on the day of the exam. In the exam, the MCQs are set according to the basic concept clarity, so you should avoid this mistake.
2. Start answering the question before overviewing
Students get excited when they encounter the questions that they know this answer and mark the answers without even overviewing them. This is one of the most common mistakes that need to be avoided. You should firstly overview the questions before answering any of them. This will help you analyze the questions properly, and you can even keep a tab of the answers to whether you are proceeding in the right direction or not. So, always overview the question in the first place for better clarity and then only move to answer it.
3. Answering questions in a hurry
When you start attempting the questions recklessly, then there are high chances of making more mistakes. Firstly, with a calm and composed mind, read all the questions before attempting. When you are in a hurry, then sometimes you even leave those questions that are very simple. And even if you devote a lot of time to a single question where you are stuck, then it will make you short of time for other questions. For doing those questions, you'll be only left with a little time that will put you in a hurry. And in that hasty, you can even miss out on those questions that you can easily attempt. So, try to avoid this mistake as much as you can.
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Prepare Well Wish all a good luck for the exams ahead.
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