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Big update on CBSE 12th Board exams 2021 cancellation!

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Big Update On CBSE 12th Board Exams 2021 Cancellation!
Big Update On CBSE 12th Board Exams 2021 Cancellation!

New Delhi [India], May 15 (ANI/Oswaal Books): As the authorities await the Covid-19 situation to improve in the country, in the meantime, they are also preparing for the not-so-favourable circumstances. With one eye on the rising number of cases, the Education Department is also looking at ways to carry on with important academic assessments and procedures.

Crucial exams like the Boards, undergraduate entrance exams and other competitive exams are either postponed or cancelled. While the students of CBSE class 10th will be promoted without exams this year, Union Education Minister Ramesh Pokhriyal Nishank will hold a crucial meeting on May 17 in light of the increased demand for the cancellation of the CBSE class 12 board exams 2021.

Nishank might take a final decision in the virtual meeting about the conduction of class 12 board exams, after interacting with education secretaries of all states. Prior to this, the Union Minister will be reviewing the impact of the coronavirus pandemic on the education sector. There will also be discussion on the New Education Policy (NEP) and the promotion of online education.

Irrespective of the dates, a consistent study pattern and the right resources will help you score high in not only your CBSE 12th Boards, but also the college entrance exams. Here's how to do it.

1. Prepare for entrance exams- The delaying of class 12 board exams has given students an advantage. They can utilise the extra time to prepare for college entrance exams like JEE. Use special books like 'Oswaal JEE (Main) & NEET Solved Papers' and 'Oswaal JEE (Main) & NEET Mock Test' to strengthen your basics and to secure a high position on all merit lists. As per the latest scheme of examination issued by the NTA on 16th Dec. 2020, you get JEE Main Exam 2019 & 2020 Question Papers with solutions. Improve your memory with Oswaal Mnemonics and study even on your phone with easy to scan QR codes.

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2. Topper's Handbook For JEE & NEET 2021 Exams: As you can decipher from the name itself, when you are preparing for NEET & JEE MAIN Exams your eligibility is put to test here against thousands of students from across the country. However studying from NEET Topper's Handbook is a different story altogether.

The methodology, the mindset - all thing you need to develop you into a batch topper is included within the pages of these books. It comes with a comprehensive and systematically arranged set of information that is easy to retain and recall. Adding more, with the help of various studying tools that these books contain (for example, Hybrid Learning videos, Concept maps, exam cracking tips, etc.) students do not need to crumble under the immense pressure of preparing everything within last days - it is basically simplified and put on a silver platter for them. Also, there is no better way to gain conceptual clarity than to read and digest NEET Topper's Handbook.

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* Shapes the students' mind to always stay in the lead

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3. Take breaks- All the uncertainty and continuous studying can cause burnout. To avoid getting exhausted and overwhelmed, don't hesitate from taking frequent breaks as long as your study hours are productive. Remember it's not about quantity, but quality. Watch a movie, meditate and exercise to keep your mind fresh and body healthy.

If you are using the right resources to widen your potential and are persevering with dedication, a shining career awaits you! Best of luck!

This story is provided by Oswaal Books. ANI will not be responsible in any way for the content of this article. (ANI/Oswaal Books)

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