How To Work Your Way To 90% in CBSE Class 12 Boards

With just a month left for the 12th Board Examinations to kick in, the question cropping up in every student’s mind is “how easy is scoring 90% in Boards?”! Sure, nothing can beat a year’s preparation but it is also not wise to underestimate the value of last 1-month revision period.

Every student must dedicate complete February in revising thoroughly and smartly for best results. So is crossing 90% in Boards really a herculean task? Let us assure you that it is not!

With the right frame of mind, time management and presentation skill, you can secure high marks in your Boards.

Here are some tips & tricks (subject-wise) to help you hit the big 9-oh smoothly:


During revision time:

  1. Study different topics according to their difficulty levels.

  2. Practice all questions in your NCERT textbook multiple times.

  3. Prepare a list of formulae for quick revision & review.

  4. Try to solve CBSE practice papers in the allotted number of hours.

During the exam:

  1. When stuck on a question, move ahead. Solve those that you know.

  2. Write neatly with proper margins.

  3. Leave last 15 minutes to revise the answer sheet.

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During revision time:

  1. Study all parts—Organic, Inorganic, Physical and Metallurgy.

  2. Create a layout of important topics from each unit for quick revision.

  3. Practice numerical questions properly.

  4. Scan through all formulae daily for better retention.

During exam time:

  1. Format all answers properly.

  2. Keep at least 30 minutes for revising the sheet.

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During revision time:

  1. Study the entire NCERT textbook thoroughly.

  2. Prepare a list of formulae, definitions and derivations.

  3. Practice graphs and diagrams properly—as they help to explain answers better.

  4. Solve last years’ question papers.

During exam time:

  1. Be meticulous while writing answers—don’t make silly mistakes.

  2. Focus on both theory and numerical questions.

  3. Time management is crucial.

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During revision time:

  1. Remember important terminology: assets, liabilities, depreciation, revenue receipts/payments, reserves, net profits and losses, etc.

  2. Practice both modern and traditional approach of rules of debit and credit.

  3. Familiarize yourself with different formats of balance sheets.

  4. Be thorough with all processes.

During exam time:

  1. Read the questions properly, especially numerical questions.

  2. Use proper terms wherever necessary.

  3. Do rough work in a separate column and also show the working notes while writing answers.

  4. Use proper formatting while making the accounts.

Business Studies

During revision time:

  1. Give a thorough reading to the NCERT textbook and underline important points.

  2. Practice not more than 5 sample papers for better time management.

  3. Focus on memorizing points of each answer.

During exam time:

  1. Write fast. Write a lot.

  2. Ensure your answer sheet is legible.

  3. Underline and use a different pen colour, wherever possible.


During revision time:

  1. Read the complete NCERT textbook at least thrice.

  2. Make flow-charts for quick revision.

  3. Practice maps.

  4. Memorize important details regularly.

During exam time:

  1. Try to write answers in bullet points.

  2. Try to score full marks in the practical exam, as it will boost your overall percentage.


During revision time:

  1. Read the complete NCERT textbook thoroughly.

  2. Create a list of important dates and other details.

  3. Practice maps.

  4. Use mnemonics for better retention.

During exam time:

  1. Write fast. Write a lot.

  2. Ensure your answer sheet is legible.

  3. Underline and use a different pen colour, wherever possible.

Political Science

During revision time:

  1. Make simple and short notes for last-minute revision.

  2. Revise with a group to clarify your doubts.

  3. Use flashcards to remember definitions.

  4. Practice previous years’ papers within the given timeframe.

During exam time:

  1. Write answers in bullet points.

  2. Format the answers properly for better readability.


The question paper is divided into four parts:


  1. Read all chapters in detail.

  2. Focus on poems. Understand the subject matter, themes and poetic devices employed in the poems.


  1. Revise grammar a lot.

  2. Solve at least eight sample papers.


  1. Go through formats of letters, reports, essays, etc.

  2. Study current topics and read other relevant materials.

  3. Write and practice.


  1. Read a lot.

  2. Solve comprehension problems.

  3. Study vocabulary.

All the best!

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