Just started with my boards...and no fear..!!

India
March 27, 2009 2:10am CST
Heyy people...I Live in india and here in class 10 and 12 we appear for board exams on a national level.... Me also appearing for mine but im not having that fear in me ... dont know what to do.. I know in a way its good that im not having that fear..but on the other hand im not studying as well..!! PLease help me out..!!
3 responses
@abcnadz (460)
• India
28 Mar 09
hello cooltool16. i too had to go through the same thing. i was a part of the ICSE board which is a difficult syllabus. people used to put a lot of pressure on me sayin this and that. just dont take it too seriously. doeasn't mean that you have to take it lightly. i didnt study very hard,. jusst prepared myself like i usually do for a normal exam. and with god's grace i passed out with good marks for both 10th and 12th. but sweety, u have to study . do study. it is thhe turning point of your life. just dont put too much presuusre. just study like you study for a normal exam. godd luck dear. do your examz well. have a great evening :)
• India
31 Mar 09
Heyy...Thanks for the sugeestion...i thnk itl work.. Neways...im new on mylot and just wanted to have a taste of it.. it real fun...im sending yu all a friend request...hope you'll accept it.. thanks again..!!
@abcnadz (460)
• India
31 Mar 09
guedd your exams are over ,, hoping you did it well :)
@abcnadz (460)
• India
31 Mar 09
*guess
@ag_sekar (112)
• India
27 Mar 09
it is good that you are not having any pressure.
• India
31 Mar 09
Yeah but no pressure means no fear and no fear means no study..!!
@rteja11 (91)
• India
27 Mar 09
Hi I just completed my 12th Board Exams (A.p state). You are from which board. If you read everything in your syllabus then revise or just chill out. On the other hand if you are on the verge of failing then first thing do not fear(but you don't have any) then go through your previous year papers or model papers .You will see that in particular section questions are asked from certain chapters only .By this method you pinpoint from which chapters how many marks worth of questions will come It works well for both state & central board