Stay Ahead of the Curve: Essential Study Materials for Academic Excellence

Rachna Sagar Pvt. Ltd. India’s leading educational publishers stand at the forefront of providing 100% authentic content with assured educational advancements to its learners for 3 decades. We understand that staying ahead of the curve in CBSE Question Banks (Central Board of Secondary Education) exams requires thorough preparation and access to the best study material. Abiding by this, we publish and release the best range of ICSE/CBSE reference books for Grades 9-12 along with the series of Primary Books.  

Aiming for greater achievements for our learners, Rachna Sagar has released ‘Together with’ Question Banks with Chapter-wise Study Material comprising all of the content that a student requires. From Textbooks to various reference books, a number of books come into the role to aid the students in the acquisition of  Academic Excellence in Grades 9-12.

  1. NCERT Textbooks: National Council of Educational Research and Training (NCERT) publishes textbooks for CBSE schools. These books cover the entire CBSE curriculum & serve as the foundation for the board exams. Students must complete the textbooks first, to build a strong conceptual understanding.
  2. Reference Books: Apart from NCERT textbooks, students must practice the reference books that provide in-depth explanations, additional practice questions, and illustrations. However, students should be cautious and choose the best CBSE reference books that align with the latest syllabus & guidelines issued. Refer to ‘Together with’ CBSE Question Banks with Sample Papers are available for all subjects to prepare for the final exams.
  3. Previous Years’ Question Banks: Solving Previous Years’ Question Papers gives students an insight into the exam pattern, Typologies of anticipated questions asked, and difficulty level. It also helps in improving time management and self-assessment. Always prepare concise and well-organized revision notes for each subject. These notes act as quick references during the last-minute revision and help in retaining key concepts.
  4. Sample Papers: CBSE releases official sample papers for various subjects to provide a gist to simulate the actual exam environment and are designed based on the latest CBSE syllabus. Solving sample papers helps students understand the question format and increases their confidence.

Additional Tips

  • Understand the CBSE Marking Scheme to know the evaluation pattern of CBSE board Exams’ answer sheets.
  • Allocate specific time limits to each chapter as per the weightage, it holds. Set deadlines as it increases focus and efficiency.
  • Emphasize step-by-step explanations for the NCERT textbook exercises to grasp the concepts effectively.
  • Practice the Pomodoro Technique: Study for 25 minutes, then take a short 5-minute break. After four cycles, one may take an extended break. This method boosts focus and productivity.

Reminisce to define your short-term and long-term goals to get a sense of purpose and direction, making it easier to prioritize tasks. Avoid Multitasking, as it often reduces efficiency and increases errors. Practicing ‘Together withCBSE Question Banks, Previous YearsQuestion Banks, EAD Sample Papers, and CBSE Pariksha in sequential format ensures radiating results.

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