CBSE Exams: Preparation for Class 8 CBSE Exams

As your final class 8 CBSE Exams are fast approaching – use these steps to get organised and efficiently prepare for all your exams!

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<h2>Steps to Prepare for Class 8 CBSE Exams</h2>
<li aria-level=Begin Your Preparation At Least 1 Month Before Your Class 8 CBSE Exams Start
Give yourself enough time to start off comfortably, to avoid last-minute pressurised studying and stress.
  • Study At Least 2 Hours Daily
    For the first 15 days and gradually increase to 4 hours a day, by final preparation week!
  • Organize Yourself And Make A Schedule Which Suits You And Your Learning Style
    Include all of the subjects and chapters, alternating between subjects you like and don’t like so that studying doesn’t become too tiresome. Don’t study just one subject for more than an hour and a half, give yourself time to understand concepts thoroughly, and remember it is alright if you need more time for some chapters – PLAN YOURSELF accordingly and stick to your schedule STRICTLY!
  • English:
    Grammar & Literature

    2nd Language:
    Grammar & Literature

    1. Number System
    2. Algebra
    3. Ratio & Proportion
    4. Geometry
    5. Mensuration
    6. Data Handling
    7. Introduction To Graphs

    1. Food
    2. Materials
    3. The World of The Living
    4. Moving Things, People and Ideas
    5. How Things Work
    6. Natural Phenomena
    7. Natural Resources

    When, Where & How
    The Establishment of Company Power
    Rural Life & Society
    Colonialism & Tribal Societies
    Crafts & Industries
    The Revolt of 1857-58
    Education & British Rule
    Women & Reform
    Challenging the Caste System
    Colonialism & Urban Change
    Changes in the Arts: Painting, Literature, & Architecture
    The Nationalist Movement
    India After Independence

    Natural Resources
    Human Resources

    Social & Political Life:
    The Constitution
    Parliamentary Government
    The Judiciary
    Social Justice & the Marginalised
    Economic Presence of the Government

    • Take Adequate Breaks
      Take breaks regularly, walk around the house, drink water, talk to your family and friends, do something mindless and fun. Let your brain rest and digest everything it has just learnt! And, when you are ready – GET BACK TO THE BOOKS!
    • Most Importantly, Have Fun And Never Worry!
      Don’t forget – studying doesn’t have to be tedious and tiresome! You can always have fun with it. Read our blog on how to make studying fun for more information!

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