Feeling the pressure of Class 12 board exams already? “It's understandable, but unnecessary,” as Sherlock Holmes quoted; because we are here to assist you in every step of your CBSE Class 12th board exams preparation and to help you achieve your goal of scoring higher in the exams.
The vast CBSE Class 12 syllabus and the importance of Class 12 marks for admission to colleges might make students shudder with fear and sweat with stress, but if you know a few practical tips and strategies, and start studying diligently as early as possible, no one can stop you from scoring the maximum marks you have aimed for.
Stay at the top of your game in the board exams by following our comprehensive tips and a smart studying strategy for all the subjects - Maths, Accountancy, Economics and Business Studies.
Always prepare chapters according to weightage. Start with Relations and Functions, and Linear programming as they account for 16 marks and are the easiest to prepare. Then go for the Algebra unit, followed by Three-Dimensional Geometry, and Probability.
Ensure that your basics of different topics are strong by solving NCERT Solutions for Class 12 Maths. It will also help you in the application of different formulas. We have curated a list of all the important CBSE Class 12 Maths formulas for you to refer to.
Be prepared for any type of question that may come your way by practising as many questions as you can from different sample papers and previous years’ question papers available at Vedantu. You will get an idea of the exam pattern and marking scheme, which will help you formulate your strategy accordingly.
Economics is one of the most scoring subjects and you can easily ace it. Remember to always use the exact economics terminology in the definitions, which you can practice from the NCERT Solutions for Class 12 Economics.
One of the most significant factors to score full marks in Class 12 Economics is the presentation in the paper, which is often neglected by the students. So, practise the solved previous years’ question papers and sample papers to know how to write an answer or where to draw graphs, especially in macroeconomics.
Economics is made up of all kinds of questions - numericals, MCQs, fill-ups and long theory questions. You must be prepared for them all. So, know what kind of questions could be asked in the exam beforehand by practising the important questions for CBSE Class 12 Economics available at Vedantu. You will also realise what kind of questions you struggle with and you can practice them more often.
Rote learning is never an option, especially in Economics. So, always understand the concepts clearly and do not rush to complete the topics. Starting early will provide you with an edge over the others as you will be able to focus more on qualitative learning. You can clear your doubts by studying from our CBSE Class 12 Economics revision notes.
For this subject, students are advised to go through as many case studies as possible so that they already know what type of questions could be asked and how they need to solve them. You can find different case studies in CBSE previous year question papers for Class 12.
Never ignore the NCERT as it forms your base for all the advanced questions that would be asked in the exam. So, first, practice the NCERT Solutions for Class 12 Business Studies and then go for reference books.
Prepare detailed class 12 business studies notes as you study each chapter, to revise them regularly and be able to remember the topics clearly on the exam day. You can either make the notes by hand or refer to Vedantu’s specially curated CBSE Class 12 Business Studies revision notes to save your time.
You should never focus only on some difficult, high-weightage topics and leave the rest as CBSE is unpredictable and you may never know if it sets the paper from the topics you have left! However, you can always prioritise certain topics in your exam schedule such as - Marketing and Financial Management, Nature and Science of Management, Organising, Directing, and Planning.
Commerce students are already aware that debit and credit column, and liability and asset are the most important topics, so they should practice the formats of different questions revolving around them.
Include practising writing the proper heading/title of the accounts and statements in your preparation schedule. Refer to the solved sample paper of Class 12 Accountancy for more practice.
While preparing for Accountancy, list down your weak areas and work on them on a priority basis. You can clear your basic doubts by studying Vedantu’s NCERT Solutions for Class 12 Accountancy Part 1 & Part 2.
As a commerce student, you must have a good command of performing calculations using the calculator with ease. If not, work on this too.
Now you won’t need to study cluelessly and you can constructively focus all your energy by following the above shared foolproof preparation strategies to score above 90 in your Class 12 board exams in the commerce stream. You will be able to form a well-informed decision by referring to these.
However, always remember that these tips are subjective and may work for some but not for others, so customise them according to your preferences.
All the best for your board exams!