1. Prepare Notes
Keep preparing notes as you study your chapters. Refer to different sources including your guide books, text books and any other study material to prepare these notes. This will help you prepare a ready-reckoner for revision. Penning down information to prepare notes as you study will also help you retain the information well.
2. Begin Early
Don’t wait for the entire course to be covered before starting with your revision. Keep revising the chapters you have already done as you study the new ones.
3. Prepare a Schedule
Don’t just pick any topic and start revising. Just as you did for covering your syllabus, prepare a strategic plan for revision as well so that you are able to revise the entire course timely and have time for re-revision as well.
4. Give Mock Tests
While learning the chapters and revising them from time to time helps you retain them well, giving mock tests helps you identify your weak areas. Taking mock tests such that available on Etoosindia.com should thus be an integral part of your revision strategy. You can even look for sample papers and last years’ question papers and solve them on a regular basis.
5. Choose Your Study Hours Wisely
Identify that part of the day when you can concentrate best and use that time purely for revision.
6. Go for Group Studies
It is a good idea to go for group studies every once in a while. Cross question each other during these group discussion sessions. This will help you understand as to how much you have grasped and how confidently you can answer. This way you may also get to know about certain information you might have missed otherwise.
7. Focus on the Important Part
While you must be thorough with the entire syllabus be it your CBSE board exams or competitive examinations such as JEE or NEET, it is always suggested to find out about the topics that are important from examination point of view and make them your key point of focus.