Class 10th is the most important phase of a student’s life, as it prepares them to face the barrier that they will face in the shape of the class 12th Board Examination, which will ultimately decide the field of study they will have to choose for their higher education. But before any of that, scoring good grades in the 10th Board examinations paves the way for the field the child would want to study in the 11th class. Therefore, it becomes very important for every student to perform very well in their 10th Board examinations in order to get a taste of what the 11th and 12th syllabus might offer them. In short, the 10th syllabus serves as a strong base and foundation for the curriculum that is designed for higher studies. In addition to this, the 10th syllabus designed following the CBSE guidelines also proves extremely helpful in cracking various competitive examinations that a student will have to sit for in order to enter their desired colleges. Thus, getting a hold of the concepts taught in the 10th syllabus, not only proves beneficial for their upcoming examinations but also leaves a mark in the journey that is to follow.
It is often noticed that Science as a subject is loved by many students. The various aspects related to it often awakens the curious cat within the students. From getting to know how the body functions, to gaining insight into different planets and their components and the various elements that surround us, students often find themselves to be engrossed with the mysteries that Science brings along with it. The NCERT Science Class 10 in particular provides the student with a wide range of topics and theories that will be taught in the higher classes. Thus, in order to be able to grasp what is taught in the higher classes, it is important for the student to get a tight hold on the topics that are taught in class 10th first.
But even after all the enigmatic charm that this subject might bring forth, a few weeks before the examinations, the students find themselves in a tight spot as they are hit with confusion and dilemma as to what guidebooks they ought to follow to get a better understanding of the subject matter. Often, in a haste, they resort to books and references that prove to be of no help in abolishing all their queries and doubts. This results in not being able to score satisfactory marks in their exams. In order to aid the students and help them overcome this puddle, the NCERT solutions come as a rescue. These solutions are designed by student matter experts keeping in mind the needs and requirements of the students and following the guidelines that are provided by the CBSE. With the help of these guidebooks, students overcome the doubts that might arise while reading a particular chapter. With the careful and eagle-eyed efforts of the experts, and the extensive research on numerous topics adhering to the syllabus, the book’s main focus tends to be on strengthening the very basic and rudimentary concepts of the syllabus so that the child is able to understand and solve much more complex topics in the future. Once this is achieved, these books proceed in building the child’s comprehensive, analytical and problem-solving abilities.
Here are some tips and techniques for the students on how should they refer to these books:
- ROUTINE: The first thing that any individual ought to do is the designing of a routine. Every student should allot an equal amount of time to every subject and complete the tasks and assignments given to them on a daily basis while following the routine regularly. This will not only help the child in developing his/ her time management skills, but in addition, it will also help the child in completing the tasks regularly while not leaving anything behind. This not only reduces the stress that most students go through before the examination because of the topics that have been layering up, but as a bonus, it also gives enough time to the student to revise the important topics and strengthen their existing knowledge before the examination.
- READING THE CHAPTERS: Before one turns towards the NCERT solutions, it is very important for the student to develop the habit of reading the entire chapter. Many times it is seen that students directly refer to the solutions provided by the NCERT without reading the textbook. This will prove to be a very big disadvantage to the student as, if one is not aware of what is taught in the syllabus, the NCERT solutions would not prove to be of great help for them in the examination. Therefore, it is extremely important for the student to first read the chapters line by line before turning to the guidebooks for reference.
- STRENGTHENING THE BASE: After the student is done reading the chapters, the next step for them is to get hold of the NCERT guide books. These books provide the student with extra topics to practice on that will ultimately prove beneficial for them in the examinations. The student has to get a hold of the rudimentary concepts and ideas and strengthen and master them before they plunge themselves into much more complex topics.
- EVERYDAY PRACTICE: In order to achieve perfection in any field, it is important for any individual to practice what is taught to them. In a subject such as Science, it is really important for a student to practice the various theories and definitions to be able to solve the questions that may be asked to them in the examination. One has to always remember that the questions that may be asked in the examination are not always straightforward and thus mugging up the contents will not prove to be very helpful. Thus, it is important to understand the concepts to get a clear understanding of the topics.
The NCERT guide books provide the student with various exercises and solved previous years question papers, giving them a chance to practice questions based on different patterns which will help them get an idea of how the questions may be asked in the examination.
Following these basic guidelines will help the student in gaining confidence with what they write and come out of the examination hall with flying colours.