On receiving a reader's request to provide tips on how to improve one's essays in Hindi, we thought that we would ask our readers if they could provide some insight. In the meantime, we share a few general guidelines that we feel would improve essays for any language paper...
Happy Gandhi Jayanti, everyone! We are back with our "Tip of the Day" post. Tip of the Day: Use the fifteen minutes that you get at the beginning before you start to attempt the paper to go through the paper, analyze it, and choose which questions you will attempt. We have all heard our teachers … Continue reading Tip of the Day #10
Hello people! You may have heard your friends or teachers talking about going through the Pupils' Analysis or Specimen Question Papers issued by the CISCE. Well, in our opinion, it's imperative that you go through both of these. The Analysis of Pupil Performance published by the Council every year for ICSE as well as ISC … Continue reading CISCE Publications
On a reader's request, here are some ways you can improve your essays: * Captivate your reader's mind by making your beginning really interesting. You can: - begin with a rhetorical question, ex. "Ever thought what life would be like if...?" - list a few words regarding the topic, ex "Lights. Lamps. And loads of … Continue reading English I: How to Improve Your Essays
Here's a last-minute tip based on a question asked by a reader regarding how to write your answers and presentation of your answer script... In the 2013 exams, we were allowed to start any section first while attempting our question paper. Whether you are attempting Section A first or Section B, it is better to … Continue reading Tip of the Day #8