Indore: Looking at the importance of studying and understanding technology, most schools ensure that students build a foundation of ‘Information Technology’ and hence, sign them up to attempt Information Technology -402 examination in class X. CBSE syllabus of the subject prepares a student to understand basics of technology with understanding of basic software and programming.
While students are able to learn to write codes and make a functional programme in computers in time, they find it difficult to write down the same codes in correct steps in examination. The problem is lack of error feature that alerts students on computer about a lacking code, tab and punctuation.
Students can score well and avoid mistakes in Information Technology with these pointers shared by expert Pinky Chandnani. She quoted that answers should be to the point and excessive elaboration about the topic should be avoided.
Preparing for Exam
- Application based questions are always asked in the paper.
- Students should read questions properly and answer it as they do it in system.
- Remember to practice answers by writing on paper for exams, so that you get accustomed to use of punctuations.
- Questions from Fundamental of computer are also important for which students are expected to give real life examples.
- Since timing is an issue for most students. It is important to practice. Solve sample papers within time limit.
- During your study time isolate yourself from distractions, because you might miss on small details due to distractions, which will cost marks.
- Maintain a proper routine both for your sleep cycle and your meal cycle.
Checklist while attempting exam
- Make sure to use tabs and groups of MS Office while writing steps.
- Answers should be to the point, avoid elaboration where ever not required.
- Concentrate more on SQL commands of database and use of formula/function in Excel sheet, through which you can assure 10 out of 50 marks.
- Proper use of punctuations (‘ ‘ , ; ) while writing SQL commands.
- Try to save some time at the end of exam to recheck your paper and rectify silly mistakes.