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How to Study Strategy 2

How to Study Strategy 2

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Published by Sushant Bhargav
these are the guides for the strategy to study ,
long terms and short term preparation guide, psychological strategies, based on logistics
these are the guides for the strategy to study ,
long terms and short term preparation guide, psychological strategies, based on logistics

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YUVA Help Line No. 1800116888
Class XSession 10.6
: I Can Improve My Performance In TheExams! 
1. Objectives
By the end of the session, the students will be able to:
Manage time by allocating properduration for each question .
Select and prioritize the questions sothat they can be answered appropriately.
Understand the importance of writingthe answers correctly and neatly.
2. Time
35 Minutes
Two continuous periods
3. Life Skills being used
Self awareness, Critical Thinking, CreativeThinking, Decision Making.
4. Advance Preparations
i. Previous year’s answer sheets on some of thesubjectsii.Charts, sketch pens etc.
5. Linkages:
Please see Contents
6. Methodology:
Group Discussion, Question Answers.
Examinations are a common source of stress for students. This session attemptsto provide some guidance and tips to the students to optimize their knowledge toperform well in examinations. The focus is on explaining the value of timemanagement by allocating time for each question and tips for writing correctlyand neatly in the answer books.Handling and coping with situations where students feel that the question paperis difficult, they are not able to remember the correct answers, are gettingconfused and nervous are also addressed.
YUVA Help Line No. 1800116888
7. Process:
Step 1:
Please read the fact sheet carefully, and go through this session well in advance beforeyou carry it out with the students.Greet the students and tell them that they would today be discussing about their approachon receiving the examination paper in the examination hall. Start the discussion by askingthem questions like;1.
What are your feelings just before and after receiving the question paper in theexamination?2.
How much time do you take in reading and selecting the questions to beattempted by you in the examination?3.
Do you allocate the time for each question?4.
What are your criteria for allocating the time?
Expected Responses
Initially we feel fear, anxiety, stress, tension etc.
Whether the question paper is easy or difficult
Take 5-10 minutes to read the entire paper
Sometimes yes, we allocate time but sometimes no
I start writing as soon as I get the paper
How many of the questions are well learnt and prepared
How many choices are there
Whether I will be able to finish the question paper well in time.
How many marks will I be able to secure?
Note for Teachers:
Note down the responses on the board. Lead a focused discussion by giving thefollowing tips to the students.
Read the instructions and question paper carefully. If there are any doubt getit clarified with the invigilator or teacher. (Link up with the fact that CBSEnow allocates extra time for reading the question paper!)
Allot appropriate time for each question on the basis of marks allocatedtothat question. This will prevent you from spending too much time fortheinitial questions ending up with very little time for the latter ones.
If you feel the question paper is difficult for you do not get nervous orconfused. Read the question paper twice or thrice. Try to find out a little tostart with. Slowly you will find that there are questions whose answers areknown to you.
Other criteria for selecting the question – refer to the“Fact sheet” 
YUVA Help Line No. 1800116888
Get some answer sheets/test papers of previous years. Give one or two answer sheetsto each student. Ask them to read and observe the following points in the answersheets.-
Way of numbering the questions,-
Clarity in Diagrams, Calculation, Tables etc.
Tell the student to rotate their answer sheets amongst the class. Motivate them to gothrough as many answer sheets as possible.
Note for Teachers:
Before starting the above activity a variety of answer sheets should be selected.These should contain very good, good and deficient answer sheets. Names of theexaminee should be eliminated.
Start the discussion with the following questions:--
What did you like in the answer sheets?-
What do you think were the shortcomings in the answer sheets and themethodology used?
Expected Responses
Numbering of the questions attempted was proper.-
Writing was good.-
Diagrams were clear and properly labeled.-
Sufficient space has been given between the lines.-
Topics and sub topics were written in bold and under lined also.-
Fresh questions were started from the new page.The following deficiencies were noticed in the answer sheets:--
The writing was not readable.-
Numbering was not done properly.-
Diagrams were not properly made.-
New questions were started just after finishing the previous question.-
No proper space was given for the margin.-
Headings were not clearly written.-
Calculations, Tables etc. were not understandable and were not done neatly.
Continue the discussion to emphasize that if we follow some tips we can perform betterin the examination. Explain the following and involve the whole class by getting theiropinions.
Proper numbering of the question should be done in themargin, preferably in different colour, but not with the redpen.

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