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Striking a balance between boards and entrance exams is the most difficult task for all Class XII science students’ as they stretch themselves to face the twin challenge.
Be it Guj CET (Gujarat Common Entrance Test), All-India Engineering Entrance Exams (AIEEE), PMT (Pre-Medical Test) or IIT-JEE (Indian Institute of Technology Joint Entrance Examination), the students have to make all efforts to perform fairly on both the fronts. A student of B group, Bhargavi Trivedi of DPS says, I have been preparing for PMT and GujCET along with the boards. But for last one month, I am focusing more on boards. I will resume preparation for entrance tests after the board exams. I don’t study five to six hours at a stretch. Break is necessary to remember the lessons. Yatrik Pandya, a student of Kendriya Vidyalaya, Sabarmati who has opted for the AB group, says that I am preparing for PMT, GujCET, AIEEE as well as the entrance exams for Armed Forces Medical College, Pune. I have been preparing for them for long to ensure that I don’t need to compromise with boards or entrance tests. This integrated approach has kept me stress-free. Sunil PG, a former teacher who helps students prepare for entrance tests, says, State board, CBSE or ICSE board, textbooks are the key to do well in these exams. Once the basics are clear, nothing is difficult neither board nor entrance tests. Memnagar resident and student of H B Kapadia, Ankita Singh says, As I have opted for A group, I am preparing for AIEEE, GujCET, IIT and ISAT. But with boards just round the corner, I am concentrating only on it. I am relaxed for entrance tests as I have been studying for it for last two years. Ankita adds, Once the boards get over, I will start solving multiple choice questions. A Group B student, Sagar Prajapati of Ganesh Vidyalaya says, So far I have not really focused on entrance tests. I will prepare for it but only after the board exams.THIS IS MY WAY:YATRIK PANDYA, Class 12 student, KV: I am preparing for PMT, GujCET, AIEEE and entrance for Armed Forces Medical College, Pune. An integrated approach keep me stress-free.BHARGAVI TRIVEDI, Class 12 student, DPS: A month ago, I began focusing on boards. I will resume preparation for entrance tests after board are over. And a break is necessary to remember the lessons.
Courtesy: Times of India
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