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CBSE Board Exam 2023: Check what are tips, tricks to score well in class 10 Hindi exam

CBSE Board Exam 2023: The Central Board of Education (CBSE) is all ready to start the annual board examination on February 15, 2023. The CBSE Board Exam 2023 is being diligently prepared for by students in classes 10 and 12. The Class 10 Hindi board test will take place on March 17, 2023, per the official datesheet.

Hindi is regarded as one of the disciplines in which students score well. There are two alternatives for Hindi class 10: Hindi course A and Hindi course B. The dates for both papers are the same.

Here are some crucial pointers that a Class 10 Hindi teacher has put together for the benefit of the students to assist them to do well on the board exam:

CBSE Board Exam 2023: Check the latest exam pattern and marking scheme 

Students must be informed of the most recent board examination format and grading scale. This year, there will be only one final exam, as opposed to the previous years’ Terms 1 and 2.

Section A of the Hindi Q.P. is worth 40 marks (all MCQs), while Section B is worth 40 marks (subjective). Students can develop preparation plans and tactics by understanding the weighting and question pattern. The greatest resource for this purpose will be the 2022–23 CBSE Sample Paper and Marking Scheme.

Also read:- UP Board Exam: Big change in class 10 board exam pattern, check details here

CBSE Board Exam 2023: Check syllabus 

The CBSE eliminated a few chapters this year. The syllabus should be kept up to date by the students. They shouldn’t spend any time or effort on those chapters that were erased. All chapters should be carefully studied by students, who should also regularly review them.

Practice sample paper and model question paper

It is stated that man becomes flawless via practice. Students should use as many sample test questions as they can in their preparation. They can assess their development with its assistance. They will learn their assets and limitations so they may work on them appropriately.

Additionally, CBSE has given sample papers for every subject to help students become accustomed to the new format. To learn what to anticipate on the actual board examination, students must practise the sample paper.

What is the correct format for the writing section? 

The writing component, which contains the lekhans anuchched, patra, suchana, vigyapan, and laghu katha, email, sandesh, among others, is very scoring. The students need to understand the proper format.

The anuchched-content lekhan’s should be pertinent, succinct, and appropriate, and the paragraph shouldn’t be altered. In patra-lekhan, suchana-lekhan, vigyapan-lekhan, laghu katha-lekhan/email-lekhan, etc., the correct format should be used. It should be neatly displayed. A colour is an option for students in Vigyapan-lekhan.

Here are some small tips to follow:- 

  • The directions on the question paper should be properly read and followed.
  • Answer every question. Try your best to answer every question if you want to get good points.
  • Try to stick to the word count.
  • Understand the grammar rules and keep in mind the exceptions.
  • Before answering, you must write the question numbers in the correct order.
  • Read the question first, then the passage, in the hidden passage.

Also read:- JEE Main 2023 January Session exam centre city released; details here

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