Maximize the Output of Your Study Time
Maximize the Output of Your Study Time

10 Important Study Tips For Class 9th and 11th CBSE Board

Are you unable to follow your time table?

Well, it happens with most of us. We are not able to strictly follow the time table and then we get stressed with the pending work. Classes 9th and 11th are the founding years for the board students to brush their concepts and polish their skills. 

They need to acquire the relevant conceptual knowledge to score well in the board examinations in the succeeding years. They would also need to broaden their base so as to clear NTSE and Olympiads. 

There are various sources available on the internet to study for exams such as BYJUs and Vedantu, but a free alternative for them is CBSE Guides that provides you with the summaries, important questions and pdfs of the syllabus.

Today, in this article we will take a look at 10 important  study tips to help with your studies and preparation for the base years (classes 9th and 11th ) and for  the  board examinations to pass with flying colors.

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Study Tips

Before we go to the study tips, first we need to look at the subjects of class 9th and 11th 

As we know that class 9th will become the base for our class 10th, we need to look at the  main subjects to prepare a good strategy to follow a study pattern and avoid mismanagement with the subjects. 

Class 9th main subjects 
English
Hindi/ Sanskrit
Mathematics
Science( Physics, Biology, Chemistry) 
Social Science ( History, Economics, Political life, Geography) 

Class 11th CBSE offers you with three streams:

As we know that class 11th offers various streams to choose from, students after self- evaluation are able to choose their career options so they now face the cut throat competition scenario to score as good as they can. So they need proper guidance to follow  their studies. 

  • Science
  • Commerce
  • Humanities

SCIENCE STREAM

Medical  Non-medical
Physics Physics
Chemistry Chemistry
Biology Maths 
English English 
Optional Subject Optional subject

COMMERCE STREAM

Accountancy
Economics
Business Studies
English 
Mathematics (optional)
Information technology(optional) 

HUMANITIES 

History
Political Science
Economics
Geography  
Sociology
Psychology

You can head over to the Ncert Solutions For Class 9 English and NCERT Solutions For Class 11 English for quick summaries of english notes and save time from reading the whole chapters once again before exams.

Let us take a look at the study tips to follow for best results 

Tip #1 Time table

No, no, you do not need to make a long list of subjects and make a rigid time table for yourself. You just have to allot time to the important and difficult subjects first. More difficult the subject is, the more time you will need to internalize.

Also remember not to rigid your schedule, otherwise your morale will lower down if you are not able to complete your targets.

Tip #2 Comfortable Atmosphere

Choose that  place to study where you feel comfortable and where there is proper light and ventilation. Readiness to learn and study comes from the perfect ambience. This would also help to reduce your stress levels and you would be able to focus more.

Tip #3 Importance of notes

Allocate proper time to all the subjects and do not forget to jot down the important formulas, equations, theorems, graphs and diagrams. Writing benefits more than oral memorization. 

Note-making would help you to revise instantly before the examination and you would not require intensive reading at that time.

Tip #4 Which books to follow

Are you confused as to which  books you should read while preparing for your 9th and 11th? Well, the answer is very simple. 

You all need to build concepts and for that NCERT resource materials are the best. For practise purposes you can take help of some guide books but remember NCERT books are the saviours.

Tip #5 Time management

And  here comes the most important tip for all of you, how to save time and select those questions which can be finished earlier.

Well, Eleve you need to do a lot of practice before the examinations using a timer. You can also opt for a self-practising test and previous question papers would give you an idea on how to manage time.  

Tip #6 Revision is the key

Revise your notes  along with the important formulas and theorems and make sure that you have made your notes very simple and easy to avoid any confusion.

Tip #7 Practice makes you perfect

Make sure that you just not rely upon mugging up things rather than put some effort into writing it down and practice writing down the important answers and solve  numericals as in the case of maths, accountancy, economics, chemistry etc would help  you to inculcate a habit of time saving and avoid vagueness in the examination.

Tip #8 Never miss any topic

Do not make the mistake of skipping any topic whether it is of less marks or high marks. Study according to the weightage given in your syllabus. 

Tip #9 Avoid Pressure cooker situation

Students often take pressure, parents and coaching institutions also put  pressure on them as they are about to appear for the boards in the succeeding year. 

So parents think that if a child goes to a number of coachings he/she will score well.  You all just need to follow the right pattern to study and hone your concepts and avoid these kinds of situations.

Tip #10 Keep calm, stay fit

All work, no play makes Jack a dull boy. Students should engage themselves in sports and other hobbies of interest also so that  they can improve their skills and not feel bored or lethargic. Eat fresh fruits and veggies, drink a lot of water, keep yourself hydrated and avoid misleading information.

Conclusion

We have provided you all with the 10 important study tips to follow and boost your studies to score well in the upcoming board examinations. Tips you need to follow from the very first day of your class 9th and 11th to hone your concepts in the base years and get a good rank in the board examinations. Hope these tips will help you in many ways. Best of luck students.