Indore : As a part of the last minute preparations before the CBSE Chemistry paper on March 9, Chemistry teachers, Nisha Ahmad and Sudha Pandey share tricks for scoring well.

They advice students to go through their NCERT book thoroughly before attempting the paper. They said that revising the book and going through the numerical in the book is a must, because most questions in the paper are picked up from the NCERT book.

n Distinguishing tests of important organic compounds, i.e. alcohol and phenol, aldehyde and ketone, etc should be focused on the last day of revision.

n Students should revise p block reactions, d block reactions and all organic reactions twice before the exam.

n In d block reactions, KMnO4 and K2Cr2O7 should be revised thoroughly.

n Naming reactions are often asked in CBSE exams therefore students should focus more on them.

n Practical questions of solutions, solids, electrochemistry and kinetics must be practised from the NCERT book.

n Students should remember monomer of each polymer.

n In theory, definitions from the chapter: chemistry in everyday life, are regular questions. They should be answered with examples.

Basic tips when attempting an exam as shared by experts

n Students should not disturb their sleeping pattern. Parents should ensure that their child is getting enough sleep.

n For scoring well, students should start by answering the questions which they know very well.

n Students can manage their time while attempting a paper, by sticking to the word limit. CBSE rewards crisp answers.

n In case students are unable to prepare all the chapters, they should concentrate on the questions, which carry more marks.

n Students should write precise answers for

5-marks questions as well.

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