1. Have a positive mindset / positive attitude throughout the preparation
  2. Make a to-do-list on daily basis.
  3. Create & Follow your own exam strategy.
  4. Right Study materials
  5. Focus quality preparation rather than quantity preparation
  6. Don’t ignore revision
  7. Discuss your problems
  8. Take breaks at regular intervals
  9. Be confident
  10. Focus on present


1. Have a positive mindset / positive attitude throughout the preparation.

A positive mindset helps you to focus and recall your goals (i.e. IIT JEE)  in positive manner. Its helps to keep away all the negative vibes from  future IITians.


2. Make a to-do-list on daily basis.

It is a very important tools its helps to focus on the important task rather than regular or least important tasks. To–do list helps to manage the time very efficiently & effectively.


3. Create & Follow your own exam strategy.

Each & every individuals have its own capacity & capability that why it is very necessary to create & follow own exam strategy. Its helps to know the positive  points & and the negative points of  your preparation.


4. Right Study materials

Always prepare from the right study materials that is most suitable & precise for IIT JEE. It is very necessary to focus on quality notes  rather than the quantity of notes.


5. Focus quality preparation rather than quantity preparation

It is waste of time when you give your time in quantity preparation because when you study for 12-13 hrs. & your understanding is ZERO is all waste of your precious time. So, Always prefer the quality preparation because its helps to boost the productivity.


6. Don’t ignore revision

It is very important to revise the things that you have studied never ignore them because revision on regular basis helps you to recognize very long period of time.


7. Discuss your problems

During your preparation whenever you get any problem, never ignore it, try to find the solution from yours teachers, mentors, friend etc. because when you ignore it  on initial level in last it became a great trouble for you.


8. Take breaks at regular intervals

It is very necessary to add frequent break in your study time table. Taking breaks helps to relax & it also give boost to your  productivity and energy levels.


9. Be confident

IIT JEE is mostly like a war & you are a warrior because in this exam a large number of candidate fight for clearing the exam. So, if you are in this war your confidence is one of the most important weapon. Maintain a  great level of confidence level.


10. Focus on present

Instead of worrying about the future, focus on what you can do right now to improve your odds. Because future is not in our hand so it is waste to worrying about the future So, always focus on the present because today’s hardwork pays you tomorrow.                          

10 Ways to Overcome Exam Day Anxiety

10 Ways to Overcome Exam Day Anxiety

Most of aspirants experience some level of anxiety during the exam. While exam anxiety is common, some students find it exhausting. Racing thoughts, inability to concentrate, feelings of not doing well, all these are signs of panic and anxiety. Exam anxiety has the power to derail months and years of hard work. When anxiety affects exam performance come at low level, it also affects the efficiency of the candidate & create a problem for them.

Here, we are providing 10 ways to avoid Exam Day Anxiety

  1. Don’t think about the result.
  2. Sleep well at night before the exam.
  3. Stay energized on the exam day.
  4. Reach exam center early.
  5. Have a positive attitude.
  6. Read the question carefully.
  7. Keep an eye on time.
  8. Start with easy questions first.
  9. Don’t overthink.
  10. Follow an exam strategy.


1. Don’t think about the result

If you are preparing for the exam don’t think about the results because results are determined by the your hardwork & efforts during the preparation of the exam, so on exam day it is necessary to focus on the examination rather than thinking of results. It’s you who knows best how prepared you are for the exam. If you have prepared well, you’ll be confident. If not, there will be nervousness. Whatever your preparation level is, give your best effort without thinking about the result.


2. Sleep well at night before the exam

A good relaxing sleep before the exam is needed. You don’t want to feel sleepy in the exam. So, take a good sleep before the exam. In-fact, don’t do anything related to studies a night before the exam, because if you do anything it only create stress and mess to you. So take proper rest and go to the bed early.


3. Stay energized on the exam day

Eat a healthy breakfast. You can carry energy drinks, energy bars with you in-case you feel any weakness while going to the exam center or during the exam.


4. Reach exam center early

Getting late to the exam center adds to the anxiety. So always reach an hour or two before the entry time. Get your bag ready (pack everything that you need for the exam) a day before the exam. Check out the exam center in advance.


5. Have a positive attitude

Believe that you did your best preparation and you can clear the exam. You need to remain calm in tough situations like when you are not remembering properly in the exam. Always keep the positive mindset and positive attitude because it makes you to confident for your examination.


6. Read the question carefully

Don’t start solving the question before fully reading the question. Yes, speed matters in the exam but you don’t want to miss important points or figures which can lead you to the wrong track. Accuracy is equally important in exams.


7. Keep an eye on time

If you don’t manage time properly, this situation can come – “more questions left and less time remaining”. It results in anxiety and pressure. You should allocate how much time you’ll spend on each section. You can practice this by solving mock tests, test series of RANKUP during the preparation of the exams.


8. Start with easy questions first

Whichever section you attempt first, always solve easier questions first. It will give you confidence to solve difficult questions later. If you go blank while seeing the question, skip the question and continue the paper.


9. Don’t overthink

If you overthink its create the stress & anxiety so don’t get unnecessary thoughts in your mind before the exam. Try to meditate (slow, deep breaths) if you feel distracted by anything.


10. Follow an exam strategy

Prepare an exam strategy and practice it during mock tests, test series of RANKUP. Make adjustments depending on the performance in tests, and be ready with a final strategy that you are going to adopt in the exam.


“Exam hall carries a different air & very different vibes. Things may not go as planned but do not panic. Maintain yourself calm & confident. Your result is determined by the efforts put all your efforts & hardwork during preparation and Stop stressing yourself because it only results lessen your score drastically. So please focus on primary things (that is only your examination) rather than focusing on secondary things.

                                                                                                                                                                       –  RANKUP


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Indian Institute of Technology

The Indian Institutes of Technology (IITs) are autonomous public technical and research institutes located across India. It is under the jurisdiction of Ministry of Education, Government of India. They are governed by the Institutes of Technology Act, 1961, which has declared them as Institutes of National Importance and lays down their powers, duties, and framework for governance. The Institutes of Technology Act, 1961 lists twenty-three institutes. Each IIT is autonomous, linked to the others through a common council (IIT Council), which oversees their administration.


How to get into IIT ?

All students who want to know how to get into IIT must understand this in detail. Every student aspiring for admission to an IIT has to first appear for the JEE mains examination. Once qualified, he/she has to appear for the JEE Advanced Examination. Only if a student clears JEE Advanced and obtains an All India Rank (AIR), she/he can take admission into the IITs.


What is JEE Main Exam?

The Ministry of Human Resource Development, Government of India and Central Board of Secondary education (CBSE), New Delhi introduced the national level common entrance exam called Joint Entrance Examination (JEE) conducted for admission to various engineering colleges in India.  The major development in JEE Main is the exam will be held twice a year for admission to Undergraduate Engineering Programmes in IITs, NIT’s, IIIT’s and other Centrally Funded Technical Institutions.

The Joint Entrance Exam will be conducted in two stages – JEE Main and JEE Advanced. JEE (Main) replaced the AIEEE entrance exam and JEE (Advanced) replaced the IIT-JEE entrance exam. Every year, over 25,000 Engineering and Architecture seats will be filled through the JEE Main score.

The aim of the common entrance test has been mooted to reduce stress on students, who have to appear for multiple entrance examinations and to give greater relevance to the school education, especially the class 12 board examinations.


The Joint Entrance Exam will be conducted in two stages 

1. JEE Mains

2. JEE Advance

JEE Mains Exam Highlights

Exam Name   Joint Entrance Examination (Main)/           JEE Main  
Administered by   National Testing Agency  
Conducting Sessions     4 times a year  
Exam Level   National Level Exam  
Exam Paper Languages Available   English, Hindi, Assamese, Bengali,        Gujarati, Marathi etc.           
Mode of Application Online
Application Fee General     ₹ 650 [Online Payment] OBC           ₹ 325 SC/ST         ₹ 325  
Mode of Exam Computer Based Test (CBT)
Total Marks   300
Exam Duration   3 Hours


JEE Advance  Exam Highlights

This is  second stage of JEE. Only the top 2.24 lakh rank holders of JEE Main are eligible for JEE Advanced.

Particulars   Details  
Duration     3 hours
Mode Computer-based and pen-paper-based test  
Type of Questions     Objective Type or Multiple Choice Questions
Marking Scheme   4 marks for every correct answer, -1 for every wrong answer, and 0 for every un-attempted question  
Subjects   Paper 1: Physics, Chemistry, and Mathematics Paper 2: Mathematics, Aptitude Test, and Drawing             t                                                                                        Test
Total Marks   360 for Paper 1 390 for Paper 2  


JEE Main Eligibility 

Candidates who meet the eligibility criteria set by the NTA are only eligible to apply online for JEE Main. There are many eligibility criteria set by NTA.

  1. Age Limit
  2. Year of Appearance in qualifying examination(QE)
  3. Number of subjects in the Qualifying Examination
  4. Percentage of Marks:
  5. B.Arch Eligibility:


1. Age Limit:

There is no age limit for the candidates to appear for the JEE Main examination. However, candidates should satisfy themselves regarding the age limit while taking admission at a particular institute. 


2. Year of Appearance in Qualifying Examination (QE)

Candidates who have passed class 12 or its equivalent qualifying examination in 2017 or 2018 are only eligible. Candidates appearing for the final examinations in of class 12 are also eligible.


3. Number of subjects in the Qualifying Examination

Candidates must have taken at least five subjects in class 12 qualifying examination in order to apply online for JEE Main 2019. The candidate must have studied Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics in qualifying examination for B.Arch.


4. Percentage of Marks

 Candidates have to secure the minimum of 75% marks in aggregate for admission to pioneer institutes in the country such as IITs, IIITs, NITs and CFTIs. However, it is 65% for reserved categories. 


5. B.Arch. Eligibility

The paper-II is B.Arch. Candidates who are aiming for admission to this course must have passed 10+2 or its equivalent with 50% marks in Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics. The diploma holders are not eligible to apply. 



The syllabus for JEE Main and JEE Advanced is given below:

  1. Mathematics Syllabus
  2. Physics Syllabus
  3. Chemistry Syllabus
  4. Inorganic Chemistry
  5. Organic Chemistry


1. Mathematics Syllabus

  • Sets, Relations & Functions,
  • Matrices & Determinants,
  • Permutations & Combinations,
  • Complex Numbers & Quadratic Equations,
  • Binomial Theorem, Mathematical Induction, Limit,
  • Sequences & Series, Differential Equations,
  • Integral Calculus, Continuity & Differentiability,
  • Three Dimensional Geometry,
  • Co-ordinate Geometry,
  • Statistics & Probability,
  • Vector Algebra,
  • Mathematical Reasoning
  • Trigonometry


2. Physics Syllabus

  • Laws of Motion
  • Kinematics
  • Work, Energy & Power
  • Gravitation
  • Rotational Motion
  • Physics & Measurement
  • Properties of Solids & Liquids
  • Thermodynamics
  • Electrostatics
  • Oscillations & Waves
  • Kinetic Theory of Gases
  • Magnetic Effects of Current & Magnetism
  • Electromagnetic Induction & Alternating Currents
  • Current Electricity
  • Optics
  • Electromagnetic Waves
  • Dual Nature of Matter & Radiation
  • Electronic Devices
  • Atoms & Nuclei
  • Communication Systems, etc.


3. Chemistry Syllabus

  • Some Basic concepts in Chemistry,
  • States of Matter,
  • Chemical Bonding & Molecular Structure,
  • Atomic Structure,
  • Solutions, Redox Reactions & Electrochemistry,
  • Equilibrium, Chemical Thermodynamics,
  • Chemical Kinetics, Surface Chemistry, etc.


4. Inorganic Chemistry

  • General Principles & Process of Isolation of Metals,
  • Hydrogen, p – Block Elements, s – Block Element,
  • Co-ordination Compounds, d – and f – Block Elements,
  • Classification of Elements & Periodicity in Properties,
  • Environmental Chemistry, etc.


5. Organic Chemistry

  • Some Basic Principles of Organic Chemistry,
  • Organic Compounds Containing Halogens,
  • Purification & Characterization of Organic Compounds,
  • Hydrocarbons, Polymers,
  • Organic Compounds Containing Nitrogen,
  • Organic Compounds Containing Oxygen,
  • Bio Molecules,
  • Principles Related to Practical Chemistry,
  • Chemistry in Everyday Life, etc.


Steps for JEE Main registration.

Step 1: Visit the official website of NTA – www.nta.ac.in

Step 2: Go to the engineering tab – JEE Main 

Step 3: A new page will be displayed – www.jeemain.nic.in 

Step 4: On the homepage, click on the link Apply JEE(Main)

Step 5: Candidates will find two tabs – Fresh Candidate Registration and Registered Candidates

Step 6: Candidates are advised to register through Aadhaar number

Step 7: Fill the online application form

Step 8: Verify the mobile number and email ID

Step 9: Pay the prescribed application fee. 

Step 10: Complete the slot booking. 

Step 11: Submit the details and print the acknowledgement page.


JEE Main Application Fee

The application fee may be paid either by Credit/Debit Card/Net Banking or e-challan generated during the online filling of the application form using online payment gateway facility in State Bank of India. If a candidate submits the fee by any other mode like Money Order (MO), Demand Draft (DD), Initial Public Offering (IPO) etc. Will be rejected.

  • General     650 [Online Payment]
  • OBC           325
  • SC/ST         325


JEE Main Exam Pattern 2022

  The JEE Main is an online written examination. Each correct answer will be awarded 4 marks and 1 mark will be deducted for the wrong attempt. The examination will be held in two shifts per day (9:30 am to 12:30 pm and 2:30 pm to 5:30 pm).

JEE Mains  (Paper – 1 ) Exam pattern
Subjects Maximum Questions Maximum Marks
Physics 20+5 =25 100
Chemistry 20+5 =25 100
Mathematics 20+5 =25 100
Total 75 300


JEE Mains  (Paper – 2 ) Exam pattern                                       
Subjects Maximum Questions Maximum Marks
Mathematics 20+5 =25 100
Aptitude Test 50 200
Drawing 02 100
Total 75 400


JEE Main Reservation

  The NTA will follow strictly the Govt. Of India reservation rules belonging to certain categories are admitted to seats reserved for them based on relaxed criteria. In order to get admission to a particular institute, candidates are advised to check the percentage of reservation.

Category  Reservation (%)

  • NCL-OBC                                       27%
  • Scheduled Castes (SC)                  15 %
  • Scheduled Tribes (ST)                    7.5 %
  • Persons with Disability (PwD)       5%


JEE Main Test Practice Centers

 The National Testing Agency (NTA) has established a network of Test Practice Centers across the country to assist the aspirants in examinations. Candidates can practice and train themselves before the examination for the “Computer Based Test (CBT)” mode of examinations.


JEE Main Admit Card 2022

 Candidates whose applications are successful can download the admit card from the official website. Aspirants will not be permitted to sit in the examination center without a valid JEE Main admit card along with the identity card. Candidates need to enter their application number, password and the security pin to access the JEE Main admit card.


JEE Main Result 2022

NTA is responsible for releasing the JEE Main (I) & (II) result. The JEE Main results will be declared on the official website of NTA –  jeemain.nic.in. Candidates can view their JEE Main scores by using their application number and date of birth or password.


JEE 2022 Preparation Tips

Candidates preparing for JEE 2022 must follow a strategic study plan to ensure good score in the exam.

  • Select right study material for the exam preparation.
  • Make a study plan with a dedicated time slot to every subject.
  • Study on regular basis.
  • Study conceptually and practice more.
  • Revise regularly the topic which you study
  • Practice numerical.


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10 Precise Tips to Prepare for NTSE 2022 in One Month


10 Precise Tips to Prepare for NTSE 2022 in One Month

National Talent Search Examination (NTSE) is a national level scholarship exam conducted by National Council of Education Research and Training (NCERT). NTSE is conducted in two stages where the Stage 1 exam is conducted at the state level by state authorities and the stage 2 exam is conducted at the national level by other states and union territories. The exam is conducted to identify and recognize the intellectual student and help them get a scholarship.

Students who have already applied for NTSE 2022 stage 1 exam now need to start their preparation as well. Though most of the students continue their preparation along with the school, some students completely focus on preparation by starting it a month before the exam. Since there is only one month left for the exam, you should start preparation without wasting time. If you are also looking for NTSE preparation tips in one month, continue reading this blog.


  1. Understand the syllabus
  2. NTSE 2022 Syllabus
  3. Check NTSE 2022 Exam Pattern
  4. Understand your strengths and weaknesses
  5. Right study materials
  6. Join mock tests
  7. Revise regularly
  8. Get answers to your doubts
  9. Solve previous years papers
  10. Books for NTSE 2022 preparation


1. Understand the syllabus Properly

From making an effective study plan it is quite necessary to understand the syllabus of NTSE, because knowledge of NTSE syllabus and exam pattern helps at each stage. You should check the exam syllabus before making your timetable, study plan & strategy. Understanding the syllabus gives you a broad idea about the exam and its different features like topics, relation with  what type of question asked, weightage of question from each section of subjects and many others things.


2. NTSE 2022 Syllabus

NTSE 2022 syllabus will be from 10th curriculum of NCERT. Students can cover most of the syllabus by going through the NCERT books and for topics, they find difficult to understand they can take help of online learning resources of the RANKUP like study materials, topper’s notes, previous year question paper etc.

NTSE question papers basically cover topics from Mathematics, Science, Social Science, English, General Knowledge, and Mental Ability syllabus.


3. Check NTSE 2022 Exam Pattern

Exam pattern helps to understand the trend of NTSE that is transforming from years. NTSE is a state-level exam that is divided into two sections, the Mental Ability Test (MAT) and Scholastic Ability Test (SAT). Conducted in the offline mode, the paper has Objective type multiple-choice questions (MCQs). Every correct answer carries one mark. Students from general category need to score 40% marks to qualify the test while students from reserved categories need to secure only 32% marks.


4. Understand your strengths and weaknesses

Having knowledge of your strengths and weaknesses helps you focus on the right things. If you are aware of your weaknesses, you can look for the solutions. Understanding your own capacity, capability, positive points, negatives points, strengths & weakness helps to prepare in a good way. It helps to deliver the best from the students.


5. Right Study materials

Always prepare from the right study materials that is most suitable & precise for NTSE. It is very necessary to focus on quality notes rather than the quantity of notes. RANKUP provides you the amazing range of study materials which helps you to achieve your ultimate goal that is clearing the NTSE. Rankup study materials are effective because they contains the quality contents which are prepare by the best mentors, teacher & topper’s personal notes. Ours notes contains the broad idea of topics, compared with facts & figures, and conclusion.


6. Join mock tests

Giving many mock tests, practice tests and previous year papers as you can is one of the best ways to not just check your progress but also to check your level among other students. With online practice tests by RANK UP  that include mock tests, previous year papers etc., you can get ready for the real-time examination environment that will help you stay confident and give your best.

It will also help you analyze your performance and look for the improvement techniques to score high in the final exam.


7. Revise regularly

Revision is the key to success. As you already have just one month for NTSE 2022 preparation, you cannot think of saving last one week for revision. It is better, you keep revising your syllabus regularly and keep solving sample papers to check how much you know. Revision is an important part of any method of planning. Students can easily forget important facts without revision. It is also advised that the previously studied syllabus be revised before moving to a new section. This will help you to stay current with the important topics and to stop the last-minute problems.


8. Get answers to your doubts

If you are preparing it’s very common that one can get doubts and it is very necessary to clear all the doubts before entering into the examination hall . So, whether you are taking coaching for NTSE or not, make sure you clear your doubts. If you have opted for self-study, you can ask your doubt on RANKUP help desk, here experienced mentors, teachers are always available to clear your doubts.


9. Solve previous years papers

Solving the previous year paper will help you understand the exam pattern and the type of questions asked. Based on this, you can develop your techniques and strategies to attempt maximum questions in the limited time provided to complete the test. This technique is one of the best tools for preparing in smart & productive way. RANKUP provides you the pdf of all the previous year question which helps to enrich your knowledge and also provide the broad idea of the examination.


10. Books for NTSE 2020 preparation

In addition to NCERT books of class IX, X, XI, and XII, you can also refer below-given books. However, this is not important, if you think that you have already covered the syllabus and can perform well in the exam.

  • Study Package for NTSE (MAT + SAT) Class X (English) by ARIHANT EXPERTS
  • Practice Papers NTSE X (English) by TMH Books
  • The Pearson Guide to NTSE Class 10 (English) by Saurabh Priyadarshini and Navi C. Joshi
  • NTSE Explorer: MAT + SAT + New English Language Test for class 10th (English) by Sonia Lal


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CBSE CLASS 12 (2022)


Subject-wise Preparation Strategy

This year CBSE class 12 board examination will be held in two terms. NCERT has divided the syllabus into two terms, which students are supposed to follow. Students must concentrate on all of the topics covered in the syllabus. Students who want to pass admission exams such as NEET, JEE, AIIMS, and BITSAT 2022 should read the NCERT texts thoroughly. The marks earned in the 12th grade have a significant impact on a person’s career. This article will assist you in comprehending the CBSE 12th board syllabus and assisting students in strategizing a study plan that suits their needs. This page will provide you with all of the important information on the CBSE class 12 board test in 2022.  Join RANK UP Online and prepare for Board Exams under the guidance of our expert faculty. Our online platform aims to help students prepare for Board Exams by ensuring that students have conceptual clarity in all the subjects and are able to score their maximum in the exams and Register to RANK UP to prepare for board examination


CBSE Class 12 Board Exam 2022 Preparation

This section will focus on providing support and guidance to students to develop a study plan efficiently. It is significantly necessary to score well in board exams, and for that, students need a strong strategy, and we have provided 2022 CBSE Class 12 Board Exam preparation tips.

  1. Know Your Syllabus
  2. Study Material
  3. Engage in Self-assessment
  4. Previous Year Papers
  5. Time Management


1. Know Your Syllabus

The primary step to prepare a study plan is to go through the syllabus in details. Students can find the syllabus of both terms in PDF format. Students need to understand the marking scheme and the exam pattern well to be able to attend the exercise questions in the end of each chapter. Students must make a list of topics that they are strong and weak in. Start studying as per your convenience, save the interesting chapters for the times when you feel exhausted or bored.


2. Study Material

NCERT books for class 12 is enough however, for students often follow a number of books for different entrance examinations. Please start with the NCERT books, as they are the basic preparation material for CBSE Class 12, before moving to the best reference books for class 12.


3. Engage in Self-assessment

It is always important for students to take tests as it allows them to understand their strengths and weaknesses. On this page, students can practice and take mock tests on any subject and chapter of their choice. All you have to do is type the name of the subject/chapter you want to practice in the search field, and you can commence your practice or test.


4. Previous Year Papers

Solving previous year papers is another way of gaining that extra edge in your Class 12 board exam preparation. You can easily find the CBSE class 12 last year question papers both online and offline. It is suggested to practice as many previous year question papers as possible. Often it is seen that students get questions common from the mock tests.


5. Time Management

Do not ever attempt to finish one subject at a time and then move on to another topic. Always work on every issue with divided time. Give equal time to every subject daily in your Class 12 board exam preparation. It reduces boredom as well as enables you to cover the syllabus on time and in a planned way. Practicing mock tests and sample test papers will contribute towards helping the students improve the aspect of time management.


Preparation Tips For CBSE 2022 Class 12 English Board Exam

  1. Choosing the best books
  2. Solve previous year’s CBSE 12th Question Papers
  3. Learn how to respond in a creative manner!
  4. Use your time wisely in examination.


1. Choosing the Best Books

For exam preparation, students must use the appropriate books. They need to complete the NCERT textbooks for the course. The following are some of the greatest books that students should read before sitting the CBSE English exam:



English Grammar Reference Books for CBSE Class 12

Grammar at Wren and Martin High School.


2. Solve previous year’s CBSE 12th Question Papers

To determine the difficulty level of the question papers, students must solve previous years’ CBSE Class 12 question papers. Not only that, but they will be able to determine which area receives the greatest scores by solving past years’ sample paper


3. Learn how to respond in a creative manner!

Students must endeavor to contribute to the answers while answering the questions in the literary portion. Answering questions from the student’s point of view and thoughts while maintaining the essence and context of the answer will help you score high. This is a result of insatiable reading. As a result, students are encouraged that in addition to the course, they should read novels and other works that interest them in order to improve their vocabulary and writing skills.


4. Use your time wisely in examination.

Students should be aware that the CBSE English paper is rather long. As a result, effective time management is essential. They are encouraged to read the question paper rapidly in the 15 minutes allotted for reading. In the first 10 minutes, students must read the ‘Reading part’ of the question paper and thoroughly comprehend the passages and related questions.


Preparation Tips For CBSE 2022 Class 12 Science

Preparation Tips for chemistry

1. Don’t forget to have enough Class 12 Chemistry Study Materials. Study materials helps to prepare in good way.

2. Physical Chemistry-

3. You should finish all of the Class 12 Chemistry chapters.

4. Organic Chemistry-

  1. Conceptual questions (reasoning based)
  2. Conversions/Word Problem
  3. Name Reactions
  4. Distinction Test
  5. Mechanism of reaction (as per NCERT)

5. Inorganic Chemistry-

  1. Reasoning-based
  2. Structure-based
  3. Finish the reaction
  4. p-block elements: Keep a page with all of the relevant reactions and edit it on a regular basis. To improve your writing flow, practise the questions.
  5. Review and practise reasoning-based questions; review the preparation structure and properties of compounds


Preparation Tips for Physics

One of the most significant courses in class 12 is physics. A greater understanding of the subject will not only help you get a better grade, but it will also help you perform better in other entrance examinations.

You should clear all the concepts of the chapters as soon as possible:

  • Magnetic properties of materials
  • Semi-conductor
  • Diffraction
  • Polarization
  • Optical Instrument
  • Electromagnetic Wave and Communication System


Preparation Tips For CBSE 2022 Class 12 Commerce

Preparation Tips for Accountancy


Read the question paper for the first 15 minutes.

It is the ideal strategy to begin the exam for Accounting questions. You can get an idea of how to begin your responses by reading the question paper.

Before examining the question, it is vital to check the marks assigned to each question.

Write the questions about which you are most certain first.

 Underline the most important aspects of the question and make sure you understand what the examiner expects you to submit as your response.



Complete all of the questions in each section in order.

Any question with many parts should be attempted in order, without skipping any.

If students are unsure of the answer, they can leave a blank and try again later.

Make a note of the answer number.

The response number should be appropriately highlighted or written in the boxes.

Answer to Question No.-1’ is a good place to start.



It has been observed that kids who write legibly receive higher grades.

Students can sometimes obtain good grades even with a mediocre answer.

So write legibly and make life easier for both you and the paper checker.

 The most important factor is presentation.

Cutting/mistakes irritate paper checkers. It provides a negative impression, and this is one of the most common areas where pupils lose marks.

The answer sheet must be presented neatly and cleanly.



Display correct working notes.

Show your working notes neatly wherever they are needed.

Almost all of the practical questions are graded.

On a separate sheet, do some rough work.



Stepwise marking

Even if the answer is incorrect, write the solutions properly and step by step for each calculation.

If the amount is not similar, do not try to recreate the Balance Sheet solution with incorrect numbers.

If you don’t know the answer to a question, go on to the next one rather than waste time.

Unanswered questions can be answered in the end.



When formatting, use a pencil.

Always use a pencil while preparing a ledger, balance sheet, or any other statement. Avoid writing with a pen since you can always edit it later.

 Don’t forget to capitalize Dr. And Cr.


Preparation Tips for Business studies

  • During class, pay attention and take notes. Teachers have years of experience discussing the same things, therefore it’s the greatest method to grasp them.
  • If they have any questions or concerns, address them as soon as feasible rather than waiting until exam time.
  • Give it your all for the Business Studies project; it may only be worth 10 points, but it’s a simple way to get a good grade.
  • Make a self-study timetable, taking into account scoring topics, strong themes, and weak topics.
  • Read through your notes as much as possible; even if you don’t strive to memories, you’ll remember a lot.
  • Try to comprehend everything point by point so you can respond quickly to queries.
  • Underline and rewrite key concepts.
  • Concentrate on NCERT books because they make up the majority of the exam.
  • Complete all of the NCERT book questions.
  • Make use of charts to recall and revise one topic in the shortest amount of time possible.
  • After you’ve finished studying a chapter, try summarizing the key themes in your own words to help you recap and revise the material.


Preparation Tips for Economics

  • Prepare  notes, attend lectures, and actively study to improve your economic vocabulary by learning the definitions and meanings of various economic terms.
  • Read a book on microeconomics, then move on to another book to learn more about microeconomics. Then go on to a macroeconomics textbook.
  • Consider what you’ve read and ask yourself some questions.
  • Make an effort to understand the various economic models.
  • Make sure you know what the terms in bold mean (for example supply, demand, elasticity, market and industry)
  • Create graphs wherever they are needed.
  • Stick to a pattern. If you start with long  questions, for example, finish that area first and then move on to the short or very short answer section.
  • To make your answer more visible, highlight the main elements and write it in points.
  • Use the first 15 minutes of the exam to scan the paper before beginning the exam. Before getting into writing the answers, read the question paper completely


Preparation Tips For CBSE 2022 Class 12 Arts

Preparation Tips for History

  • Create stories based on historical events and learn about them by listening to them.
  • Students will remember historic events and their sequence more easily if they draw a chart and write down the time lines
  • The students must ensure that they are not sidetracked while studying. They should sit in a quiet place of their home, away from potential distractions. The library is also a good study spot .
  • While studying for the History Exam, take notes.
  • Students might use a pencil or a book mark to highlight important points while studying
  • Examine History Exam previous papers.
  • Students can practice on XII History sample papers.
  • Well-written and presented


Preparation Tips for Geography

  • Use simple methods of memorization, such as flash cards, to help you remember details.
  • Don’t try to remember all of the answers. Make an effort to recall the main topics and expand on them in your own words.
  • Practice map-related questions throughout the year rather than right before the exam.
  • Give yourself at least two months to revise.
  • Try a few previous year papers and ask your teacher to point out your problems before you start revising. This will allow you to identify your weak points and revise accordingly.
  • When studying, start with a simple chapter to build confidence before moving on to more challenging topics.
  • Use flowcharts to make quick modifications.
  • Solve previous year’s questions/sample papers to see patterns and practice writing answers within the word limitations.
  • When responding to questions, be concise and avoid writing extensive paragraphs.
  • Put your best effort in the practical section. As a result, 30 points can significantly improve your overall Geography


Preparation Tips for  Sociology

  • Prepare thoroughly for the subject. Leave no topic till the final day or the last minute.
  • Make a list of your ideas.
  • Answers should not be mumbled. Make an effort to comprehend them Studying in a group. Discuss your notes and responses to ensure that you have a good understanding of all of the topics.
  • Studying in a group. Discuss your notes and responses to ensure that you have a good understanding of all of the topics.
  • Solve a lot of question papers and practice papers to make sure you know what you’re talking about.
  • Finish the curriculum well ahead of time to provide time for review. It is critical to revise before taking board exams.

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Subject-wise Preparation of CBSE Term -2 (2022)

Subject-wise Preparation of CBSE Term -2 (2022)

Class 10


Mathematics  Preparation Tips

Mathematics is one of those subjects that require conceptual knowledge & help in scoring high. Practice more & more number of questions, sample papers can develop your understanding & concepts. Follow the syllabus of the CBSE class 10 Maths.

  • Try solving more & more questions, especially NCERT books.
  • Make a timetable & go through the syllabus carefully.
  • Use a stopwatch & always look for time management to improve speed & accuracy.
  • Solve previous year papers & sample papers, along with that make your separate notes for quick revision.
  • Practice Geometry, Algebra, Mensuration first as they carry maximum weightage.
  • Give time to each chapter depending on the weightage.

 English Preparation Tips

English is one of the easiest subjects to learn & score high marks. This will also improve your overall percentage in the final result. Follow the syllabus of the CBSE class 10 English.

  • Reading is one of the ways to improve English, start reading novels, newspapers, & science fiction.
  • Reading & Writing skills with grammar carry a total weightage of 50 marks, so it must be practised well.
  • Try to write in a clean way, keep your writing in a format. Practice how to write letters, applications, & speeches.
  • Read & practice more grammar to avoid minor mistakes.
  • Practice unseen passages because they are easy and help to score high marks.
  • Have a brief detail about Literature as it consists of analytical and content questions.

Hindi Preparation Tips

Hindi is the easiest language, especially for Indians, but should have proper knowledge of the subject to score high marks. Hindi includes both grammar and literature which need to be prepared properly. Follow the syllabus of the CBSE class 10 Hindi.

  • Practice writing parts more & more like letters, essays, etc.
  • Solving previous year questions papers can also help in scoring high. Solve the paper and verify the answers with the solutions.
  • Memorize the poetry with its meaning, also look for the type of questions asked from it.
  • Learn grammatical rules and practice more questions to avoid mistakes.

Science Preparation Tip

Science is one of the most interesting subjects that include Physics, Chemistry, and Maths. It needs understanding & practising a lot. Follow the Syllabus of CBSE 10th science.

  • Physics has numerical questions, it’s better to practice more & more and learn the concepts.
  • Memorize important terms & their respective functions.
  • Learn Nomenclature & reactions which include conversion takes place from one compound to another.
  • Learn theorems & direct formulas and revise them regularly.
  • Memorize difficult terminology of Biology, try revising them as much as possible.
  • Look for important topics like Motion, Force, & Work, prepare them prior to other topics.

Social Sciences Preparation Tips

Social science is a big subject that consists of history, civics, geography, economics, each carrying an equal weightage of 20 marks. It is one of the Scoring subjects but easy to understand & remember. Scoring in social science is as important as other subjects. Below are some points that will help students on how to prepare for the 10th board exam 2022.

  • Make pointers for long answers and then try to remember them.
  • Practice map questions as much as you can.
  • Create tables for important dates, names of the rulers and other important persons, go through it every now and then.
  • Attend short answers and then go for long ones.
  • Relate the concepts to real-life situations for easy understanding.

CBSE Class 10 Term 2 exams 2022 – Preparation Strategy & Study Plan

CBSE Class 10 Term 2 exams 2022 – Preparation Strategy & Study Plan

Class 10 is extremely important for students it is the staircase because the scores will decide whether you will be eligible for Arts, Commerce, or Science. This is why you can’t afford to take your Term 2 exams lightly and prepare to gain maximum marks. Your ultimate goal of current time is to focus on the preparation because exams are coming near day-by-day.

This time students have been relieved a little as they have to study 50% syllabus for Class 10 Term 2 Exams. So, we suggest you utilize this time wisely. To help you with your Term 2 examinations, we have prepared an effective and easy-to-follow study timetable that you can follow and customize as per your needs. 

Preparation Tip 1- Go Through the Exam Pattern & Syllabus

This is an important tip among CBSE class 10 preparation tips 2022. It will help students to know the details like type of questions, number of questions, marking scheme, etc. The syllabus will help them to know thoroughly about the topics of the subjects.

CBSE class 10th exam consists of a total of 100 marks which consists:

  • Annual Board (80 Marks): Passing marks are 33% out of 80 in each subject.
  • Internal Assessment (20 Marks): Periodic Tests – 10 marks each, Notebook submission- 5 marks, Subject Activities – 5 marks


Preparation Tip 2- Proper study timetable will make the preparations easy

The study timetable for the class 10 CBSE board is also one of the most important preparation steps that students should take. Without proper planning, it is quite difficult to achieve your goal. Making a proper timetable and dividing equal time for each subject will help boost confidence. Studying at a constant pace is better than aggressive study, if you are weak in any subject then try to assign more time to that subject.


Preparation Tip 3- Make Short notes

Making handy and short notes always help in learning hard things easily. Write names, rules, formulas, etc. on it. Always keep an eye on them and go through them, every now and then.


Preparation Tip 4- Solve Sample Papers & Previous Years’ Question Papers

Solving CBSE Class 10 previous year question paper always help to boost your confidence. It is one of the best approaches to prepare & analyse yourself for the exam. This step will also help you in managing your time, students can keep track of their problem-solving speed. Along with this, solve CBSE sample paper 2022 Class 10 to practise with the papers prepared by CBSE as per the latest CBSE 10th exam pattern .

Preparation tip 5 – Make a Strategy to Write

Answers for the Board Exam Usually, students do not keep this point in mind, try not to exceed the word limit in the answer sheet. It is required to write relevant information, exaggeration can also lead to loss of marks in case something is wrong found. You must follow the proper technique of writing answers and this will come practising only. Make the best use of the 15 minutes reading time allotted before starting writing the exam.

Preparation Tip 6 – Figure Out Your Strength & Work on Your Weaknesses

It is necessary to  find out what you’re strength & weakness, what you need to be familiar with the syllabus and also study topics thoroughly. For finding your weakness, you need to solve sample question papers, mock tests, etc, and self-analyse them. Also, familiarize yourself with the grading scheme, and try to complete sample papers in the given time frame

Preparation Tip 7 – Don’t Ignore Difficult Chapters

A lot of times students ignore difficult topics or chapters. But did you know that they carry a lot of weight? This is why you should be clear with all the concepts in order to score the maximum marks.

Preparation Tip 8 – Set Daily or Weekly Goals

When you’re planning what you have to do throughout the day, set daily and weekly goals aligned with your study schedule. Motivate yourself each day to move one step closer, reward yourself with breaks or treats on achieving them.

Preparation Tip 9 – Take Proper Rest

Taking the proper mock test, test series and solving sample papers through the help of RANKUP will help to control fear, stress, & anxiety. In the examination hall, these can affect your performance, so it would be better to prepare yourself prior. Also, take proper sleep especially before the exam day.

Preparation Tip 10 – Take Breaks at regular intervals

While Studying for long hours can be frustrating, so it would be best to take small breaks at regular intervals. Doing exercises listening calm music  in between can also help you to stay focused & fit during your preparation time.

CBSE Class 10 Term 2 Exams Study Timetable

You can customize the study schedule if it does not fit your criteria. 

5:00 AMWake up, freshen up, and go for a walk & meditate. 
6:00 AMHave tea or coffee to give a fresh start to your morning. Start with making a plan for whole day, in which you can make specific list of the most important task and least important task this help to save you time in unnecessary things. You can also make your study plan for whole day like important, topics, chapters, to be studied. 
7:00 AMStart reading fresh topics. Pick one subject a day. Keep making the notes of important topics, concepts & chapters.
9:00 AMHave a healthy breakfast and take some rest.
10:00 AM For 2 hours, revise whatever you have studied during the whole week. 
12:00 AMTake a one-hour break, you can take a nap or watch a show, etc. 
1:00 PMHave your lunch, take a nap. 
3:00 PMNow, work on topics that you were unable to understand.
5:00 PMTake a break, have some coffee. 
6:00 PMNow start solving previous year’s question papers, sample papers, or NCERT questions. Set timeline – 90 minutes. 
8:00 PMKeep yourself in some relaxing activities or anything you like to enjoy. 
8:30 PMHave dinner, watch TV. 
9:30 PMAnalyze your mock tests, sample papers, and any questions you have solved. Make notes of where you made mistakes.
10:00 PMGo to sleep


National Eligibility Cum Entrance Test

NEET or National Eligibility cum Entrance Test is a national-level medical entrance test. It is conducted by the National Testing Agency (NTA) for admissions to medical courses in recognized and approved medical institutes across the country.

As per the National Medical Commission Act, 2019, Section 14, NEET stands as the common and uniform medical entrance test for UG medical courses across all the medical institutes, administered under any law. Following this, admissions to AIIMS and JIPMER institutes are also under NEET.

NEET 2022 Eligibility Criteria

Candidates taking part in NEET must be well aware of the eligibility criteria for NEET 2022. Read to find complete details on eligibility criteria:


Candidates must have passed/appeared for class 12 or an equivalent exam. Candidates appearing for the class 12 exams are also eligible

Physics, Chemistry, Biology/Biotechnology and English must be the major, mandate subjects

Candidates must have obtained the required aggregate marks in the qualifying examinations:

General category – 50% marks in the qualifying examinations

SC/ST/OBC category – 40% marks in the qualifying examinations

Physically handicapped: General category – 45% marks in the qualifying examinations

Physically handicapped: SC/ST/OBC category – 40% marks in the qualifying examinations


  • Candidate should be an Indian citizen.
  • If the candidate does not reside in India then he or she should be an OCI (Overseas Citizen of India)
  • Non-Resident Indians (NRIs)
  • Persons of Indian Origin (PIOs)
  • Foreign Nationals
  • Candidates from the J&K state are eligible to appear for NEET 2022 under the All India 15% quota only by self-declaration. Such candidates can also get admitted to AFMC, Pune

Age Criteria

Must have completed 17 years as of December 31, of the year of admission

The maximum age of limit will be 25 years for candidates belonging to the general category. For candidates belonging to SC/ST & OBC category, the age limit is 30 years.

NEET 2022 Exam Dates – Important Dates For NEET 2022

Candidates who are willing to take part in NEET 2022 can check the table below for all the important dates. Dates provided below are tentative and subject to change.

Event         Corresponding Date
Application form  Date of releaseNovember 2021
Application form – Last Date Of ApplicationDecember 2021
Application form fee – Last date to submitDecember 2021
Application form fee – Last date to submitDecember 2021
Correction Window Portal Opens   January 2022  
Admit Card Release dateApril 2022  
NEET 2022 Exam date First Sunday of May 2022  
NEET 2022 Announcement of Results  First week of June 2022  

NEET 2022 Exam pattern:

Exam Name                                                                  NEET (National Eligibility cum Entrance Test)

Conducting Body                                                      NTA (National Testing Agency)

Mode of Exam                                                                             Pen-paper based

Expected number of Applicants                        Around 16-17 lakhs

Exam Duration                                                           3 hours

Seats Offered                                                              Admission of around 1 lakh MBBS and BDS seats         

                                                                                          under 85% State quota and 15% All India quota

Courses Offered                                                         MBBS, BDS, AYUSH and other Courses

Number of Questions                                                             180 questions (MCQs)

Type of questions                                                      Objective type questions with 4 options – 1

                                                                                            correct answer

Subjects                                                                          Questions are asked from Physics, Chemistry,

                                                                                            and Biology (Botany & Zoology)

Questions from sections                                        Physics – 45 questions

                                                                                           Chemistry – 45 questions

                                                                                           Biology (Botany + Zoology) – 90 questions

Language                                                                       The question paper is asked in 13 languages –

                                                                                           English, Hindi, Assamese, Bengali, Gujarati,            

                                                                                           Malayalam, Kannada, Marathi, Odia, Tamil,

                                                                                            Telugu, Urdu and Punjabi

Marking Scheme                                                         4 marks are awarded for each correct answer.

Negative Marking                                                       1 mark is deducted for each wrong answer

NEET Reservation Criteria 2022

Groups/Categories  Reservation
General Economically Weaker section10%
Scheduled Tribe7.5%
Scheduled Caste15%
Other backward castes27%
Persons with disabilities5%

NEET 2022 Application

Candidates taking part in NEET 2022 can visit the official website for NEET to fill the application form available from November 2021 onwards. Candidates can fill in the application form through the online mode only and not offline mode. Click on the “Apply Online” link and get directed to filling the application form.

Steps in Online filling of Application form:

  • Visit the official website for NEET.
  • Register by providing the name, mobile number, email id and other details.
  • Fill in the registration form.
  • Some details to be filled – Date of Birth, Category, Nationality, qualification details such as Year of Passing, Percentage of marks, etc, details to contact and choice for exam centre.
  • Upload the scanned copies of the required documents in the prescribed size and format only.
  • Fee payment of application can be done through online and offline mode.
  • Towards the end, the confirmation page will be displayed. Take the printout of the duly filled application form for future reference.
  • Aadhar card is no more a mandate in order to fill the application form.
  • Once the process is complete, candidates are provided with a provisional registration number. This number will also be sent to the email id and registered phone number.

Documents required to Apply Online for NEET 2022

Listed below are the documents one would require while submitting the NEET application form 2022. Take a look:

Most recent passport size photograph

Most recent postcard size photograph

Signature of the candidate

Candidate’s left-thumb impression

Class 10 Marksheet

The application fee for NEET 2022 is as mentioned below (subject to change):

Category           Fee Amount    Fee Amount (With Late Fee)

GC/OBC               INR 1400            INR 2800 (1400+1400)

SC/ST/PwD       INR 750               INR 2150 (750+1400)

NEET Preparation 2022 – How To Start Preparing For NEET 2022?

The best time to start preparing for NEET 2022 is right now! A sound preparation can certainly bring success to candidates appearing for NEET. Follow these simple steps to start preparing for NEET.

Checklist to start NEET 2022 Preparation

  • Get acquainted with NEET Exam pattern 2022
  • Start strategizing
  • Design a study plan
  • Prepare your own notes
  • Focus on gaining conceptual clarity
  • Solve question papers and sample papers for NEET
  • Join  mock tests by RANK UP
  • Set realistic daily targets and achieve them
  • Solve as many as 150-200 questions per day
  • Take up 2 subjects a day

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