10th Grade - Board Preps II
Board Preps II is meant for the students of 10th grade. The 10th standard examination is an important milestone in one’s life. This is the time when decisions regarding choice of career stream have to be made, and so identifying what you are good at becomes important. Along with this at times is also the social pressure of choice of stream based on preferences of parents and family. To add to this, even if you have decided a particular stream to get the best of colleges, there is immense competition and so you have to be better than the others since your scores determine the college and stream that you get admissions to.
Eligibility: Students who are currently in 9th Grade (For Advanced Registrations) OR who have cleared the 9th Grade. Boards: CBSE, MH-Board, ICSE
Our Academic Focus: Languages: English, Hindi (Inclusive of Grammar)
Academics: Math, Science, Social Studies
Course Duration: Weekly 3 sessions of 2 hours each
Batch Size: Small numbers to ensure better individual attention
We encourage 10th Grade students to have active engagement in studies with -
- Focus on clarity of concepts
- Develop skills to adopt different methods to study effectively
- Prepare according to the examination point of view
- Plan and make a to-do-list to manage time
It’s important to develop these skills during 10th grade:
By the 10th class, the coursework is growing in difficulty and the examination evaluation styles are different from the earlier years. Gone are the days of hand-holding and checking-in on homework. At school the teachers are helping the preparation while also completing the Syllabus. There is so much to do and so little time. You need to take charge !when you don’t understand something – by meeting with your teacher during study hours and assembling peer study groups outside of the classroom. Your grades are important, and your study habits are the foundation of your success.
Time management skills
Until now, you're grown accustomed to adults and teachers telling you what to do and when to do it. Now you are responsible for managing your own workload by keeping track of exam dates and assignment deadlines. You will need to manage time well and build skills to optimize learning schedules and bring about a balance . The better you are at time management now, the better prepared you’ll be in the future.