How to Prepare for Intermediate
The 12th Board exam results hold prominence for your career pursuits. Hereafter, you have to decide the institutes or colleges you want admission in. These decisions are based on your career aspirations. Also, the educational institutes consider these scores as admission criteria of their various programs.
In the following details, we have listed some handy tips on preparing for your Intermediate exams.
Intermediate Exams: Preparation Tips
- For the Physics section, the topics include Heat & Thermodynamics, Oscillation & Waves, and Modern Physics Optics, among others. These are based on theoretical knowledge and formulae. To excel in this section, you must study the basic concepts to answer the questions and avoid guesswork. Also, revise all the subjects thoroughly.
- For preparing for the Chemistry section, the candidates should study the fundamental concepts of Organic and Inorganic Chemistry. Learn the different formula of the varied topics as well.
- To prepare for the Biology section, the aspirant has to learn the different terminologies and their spellings. Also, they can use education resources – such as maps, charts, drawings, graphs, and other visual devices – to gain further subject knowledge.
- For the Mathematics section, the aspiring candidates must have clarity of the subject fundamentals. Also, they must regularly practice Maths problems to become well-versed with the different concepts.
- Moreover, apply the conventional methods to solve the questions first. Then, with regular practice, you tend to learn shortcuts and can use them for solving the questions. Memorize all the important Maths formulae too.
- For the Accountancy subject, you must learn the important concept fundamentals and calculations at first. Second, practice regularly via previous years’ question papers. Also, make sure to show clear calculations, narrations, and explanations. Besides, you must draw the various statements of accounts clearly. For rough work, you are given rough sheets. Also, keep in mind that this subject has partial marking, so even if you cannot complete the complete problem, attempt as many questions as possible for marks are given for your working.
- The Economics subject entails several diagrams and calculations, so practice accordingly. Also, learn the important formulae and definitions. Additionally, you must label diagrams correctly.
- For the History subject, the applicants have to memorize important dates, events, and periods. Further, you can have discussions on historical events with your friends as part of your History studies.
- The Political Science concentrates on world politics and the current political scenario of different nations. Thus, you must remain updated on the latest current events of both domestic and international markets.
- To prepare for the Sociology subject, you must have knowledge of the various social concepts – including family, kinship, urbanization, and modern demography. More so, study the RTI Act and the various definitions of different terms as given by the renowned sociologists.
- Check the syllabus of the various subjects and adopt a systematic approach to cover all topics.
- Attend regular classes and revise the subjects after you come home. Also, if you have any doubts, clear them with your teacher the next day.
- Study books contain exercise questions at the end of all topics. You should practice solving these questions for practice.
- Keep different notebooks for each subject. If you do so, in each subject notebook, you can have notes and formulae and, also, can solve related questions within. Then, to revise any subject, all you have to do is take a particular subject notebook to refer to.
- Highlight important formulae and points in notebooks, so you can study from them easily.
- Prepare a time table and ensure to assign enough study and revision time for each subject.
- Opt to study at those hours where your concentration levels are the highest.
- Solve questions from practice papers, mock tests, and past years’ papers regularly. After the test, you must evaluate your performance as well. Moreover, recognize your strengths and weaknesses while taking steps to improve in your weak areas.
- Keep enough time for revision after studying the entire syllabus. More so, prepare a weekly revision plan after completing the entire syllabus.
- Remain physically fit during the prep period. For the same, eat healthy food and get enough sleep in the night. Also, practice relaxation to reduce stress that, in turn, helps to refresh the mind.
- On the exam day, you must arrive at the exam hall before the scheduled time. Additionally, you must ensure to carry all your stationery and other essentials (like admit card) with you.
- Upon receiving the question paper, you must study the questions carefully as they can be confusing at times. Also, start solving the easy ones before you move on to the difficult ones. More importantly, do not waste extra time on any question.
- Manage your time judiciously while sticking to the time limit for each question.
- Revise your questions before submitting the question paper.