Tip of the Day #10

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


Tip of the Day #9

It has been a long time since the previous tip of the day! Makes this tip duly overdue, doesn't it? 🙂 Tip of the Day: Before you take an oath to memorize each and every line of your textbook, go through the ICSE syllabus as given on the CISCE website.Many a time, textbooks tend to give additional information … Continue reading Tip of the Day #9

Geography: Last-minute Tips

Here are a few last-minute tips for writing your Geography exam: * Do not overwrite in your maps. Mark the asked things lightly so that you can erase it easily if you feel like changing your answer. * Make sure you label diagrams (if any) and things in the map in capital/uppercase letters. * Check … Continue reading Geography: Last-minute Tips

Tip of the Day #8

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

Tip of the Day #7

A quick tip: Tip of the Day: While being asked short questions, try to elaborate on the point asked before outright attempting the question. For example, (1) If the question is Define factors of production. You should not only give the definition, but also mention the four main types of factors of production.  (2) You have … Continue reading Tip of the Day #7