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History: First War of Independence, Nationalism, and More! (NOTES)


One of our readers, Mr. Urav Maniar, was kind enough to share notes on History which he compiled by himself. In his own words, "Just trying to repay and say thanks for all notes I have availed from the blog." Thank you, Urav! We highly appreciate your initiative. These are some of the neatest and most … Continue reading History: First War of Independence, Nationalism, and More! (NOTES)

English I: Last-minute Tips


On a reader's request, here are some last minute (updated) tips to prepare for the grammar (and comprehension) portion of English I: Go through a list of prepositions and prepositional phrases (you can find plenty of such lists on the internet, or in the textbooks prescribed here: https://icsehelpline101.wordpress.com/2013/03/22/textbook-textbook-which-to-choose/) and keep practicing these every night. They'll help a lot … Continue reading English I: Last-minute Tips

CISCE Publications


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

Last One Month Preparation (TIPS)


Hi everybody! Recently, a reader, Utkarsh, left a comment saying that he has completed his syllabus but still feels that he is "underprepared." Keeping in mind the fact that there is still one month left before the exams begin, he was at a loss regarding what to do till then.   Here are some of the tips … Continue reading Last One Month Preparation (TIPS)

History: Last-minute Tips


Here are a few last-minute tips for writing your History exam:   Write your answers in points and underline important keywords. Write to-the-point and don’t elaborate unnecessarily. Use the fifteen minutes at the beginning of your exam very carefully. Take the time to decide which questions you wish to attempt and prioritize them. Keep in mind … Continue reading History: Last-minute Tips