– 7 January, 2021
– 7 January, 2021
CBSE/ICSE exams postponed to 2021
– 7 January, 2021
Exams pushed forward to May 4th 2021 can mean fun and frolic while you study! Indulge in video-based learning apps and learn with lots of practical examples.
2020 might have tested your patience with academics, but if you’re a CBSE student you definitely have something to rejoice! In the recent announcement, May 4th 2021 is confirmed as the date for CBSE 10th and 12th boards exams. The Union minister, Dr Ramesh Pokhriyal Nishank said that in case the situation continues, students will be given more time to study. For the remaining classes, CBSE announced that term examinations have been pushed forward to 2021 but we await a concrete date. Does that mean more time to revise for everyone?
Exams or Overall performance?
The one thing every student and parent was eager to know was when will the CBSE Board exams for 10th and 12th will be conducted! The recent announcement by the Union education minister, Ramesh Pokhriyal Nishank stated that there is “The board exams for 10th and 12th CBSE will be conducted on May 4th 2021” Since the student-teacher interaction is reduced to only online classes, the pattern of the CBSE exams will be changed- perhaps more MCQs, or an evaluation of internal assessments, we are yet to know.
Turn to Interactive Learning
You strategically planned your study for the CBSE board exams, keeping the last few months to revise. With the CBSE announcement, everyone anticipates what the exam paper structure will be like? If it is conducted online, there can be more multiple choice questions, which are time-based and require responses! So, it’s best to get digital savvy by playing online quizzes or games that strengthen your Math or Science understanding.
Watching videos can be good
Now that CBSE Board Exams are pushed ahead, there is so much time at hand that phones are the only escape! But, you can make the most of it too, without revving up your parents- how, you ask? By looking up reference videos and practical examples for any of your subjects! There are several videos and examples-based solutions for difficult concepts posted online- they give several reference points to help you understand better. Especially for science experiments that can’t happen during online school, watching step-by-step videos will certainly help understanding.
Rework your approach to studying
This is the time to experiment new strategies- like the 10-20-10, or the sandwich technique and several others that are sworn by scholars! Some researchers suggested that watching 9 minutes of Math & Science videos everyday, can improve understanding of concepts and hence improve recall. So, since CBSE Board Exams 2020 are postponed, it’s time to get hands-on practical understanding of every concept!
Indulge in digital learning tools!
Recent digital learning tools such as MSVgo include games, quizzes, short videos and many real-life examples. Added to this, the availability on the smartphone has entirely changed the way and the number of times we study. With over 6,000+ Math & Science videos for grade 6th to 12th across all boards, MSVgo is your one-stop simple solution to make learning fun, anywhere! You can binge-watch these right on your couch or while you travel to revise what you have studied or to get a new insight on the same chapter or theory!
A few questions remain unanswered until the Education Minister announces what holds for the CBSE Board Exams. Will CBSE exams be postponed if the situation persists? Will they be conducted online ? Will there be a new question paper format? Regardless of what comes next, wouldn’t it be great if you get a crystal clear understanding of every chapter, with several examples to relate to? Being a little proactive will make sure you are always prepared for exams, and these concepts will stay with you till the next grades or in future too!