Study Planner for CBSE Board Exam Students 2012
This is a Comprehensive guide for all those students who are appearing for Board Exams this year. Hard work is not Enough when GOAL is BIG, Actually it needs more powerful and systematic planning and proper time management. Here is a Study Planner and solution for all your anxieties.
- Calculate the total time for studies
- Weigh your subjects
- Division of days for studding each subject
- Division of subject areas as per the allotment of days
- Weekly plan of study
HOW TO STUDY
This is for all those students who are preparing for their exams and
working hard to touch the sky. Dear students! Only hard work is not enough,
the more important thing is to plan it in a systematic way. Here is a solution
for all your anxieties. This planner is focused on CBSE Boarder.
CALCULATE THE TOTAL TIME FOR STUDIES
Let’s see, if we calculate it from 01st October to 28th February; there are 5
months. Leave February for revision. Now you have only 4 months or almost
TOTAL TIME: 120 DAYS
WEIGH YOUR SUBJECTS
It means you have to set weightage for all your subjects. For example a 10th
class CBSE student has five subjects: English, Hindi, Maths, Science and
Social Studies. He feels that Mathematics is slightly tough and demands more
practice, Science is easier but time taking, Social Studies is not the priority
and Hindi-English can be equally treated.
Now for this student, the weightage for all his 5 subjects may be as below:
Social Studies 1.5
Total Weightage 8
DIVISION OF DAYS FOR STUDDING EACH SUBJECT
Now divide 120 days into five parts (Number of subjects) as per the
weightage assigned by you.
Use this formula
Subject weightage x total days
Subject Weightage days allotted
English 1 15 days
Hindi 1 15 days
Social Studies 1.5 22.5 days
Science 2 30 days
Mathematics 2.5 37.5 days
Total 8 120 days
DIVISION OF SUBJECT AREAS AS PER THE
ALLOTMENT OF DAYS
You must divide your subject areas as per the days allotted to the said subject.
For example, here 15 days are allotted to English. You can divide these days
into 4 parts as below:
SUBJECT : ENGLISH Days : 15 days
Reading (Section A) 3 days
Writing (Section B) 4 days
Grammar ( Section C) 3 days
Text Book ( Section D) 5 days
Total 15 days
This way you can plan other subjects too.
· You can make some changes to the planner as per your personal needs.
· Don’t take one subjects continuously for more than 3 days.
WEEKLY PLAN OF STUDY
Make Weekly Plan of study in such a manner so that all the subjects are
covered in 6 days and leave Sunday for revision of the work done during the
You can make the WEEKLY PLAN OF STUDY only if you have worked out
all the steps for all your subjects.
Time allocation for weekly plan of study as per the weightage given to
different subjects in step-3:
Use this formula : Subject weightage x 6 days
Subject Weightage Days allotted for study Weekly plan of
English 1 15 days 0.75 days
Hindi 1 15 days 0.75 days
Social Studies 1.5 22.5 days 1.125 days
Science 2 30 days 1.5 days
Mathematics 2.5 37.5 days 1.875 days
Total 8 120 days 6 days
Here one example plan is given. Make necessary changes wherever required.
Week day subject to be studied
Monday English and Science
Tuesday Science and Hindi
Wednesday Social Studies and Mathematics
Thursday Hindi and English
Friday Mathematics and Social Studies
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