Updated: Jul 5, 2020
Biology is a content-based subject. It is inevitable that new terms have to be familiarized with and memorized. You can make flash cards with definitions of the new terms that you learn each day.
Try to write the definitions in your own language without altering the meaning.
Use the flash cards while traveling, during your lunch break or even 5 minutes before your dinner break.
Follow your N.C.E.R.T. textbook and when you've fully understood the concept, browse through your school notes and test papers that you have taken.
Ensure that you pay attention in lab sessions and actually perform the experiments.
Make notes, highlight, and if you don’t mind making notes in your book, then you can even summarize the page in the margins.
Take note of the common questions that have been asked and observe how the question should be answered.
After you finish your syllabus, revise as many times as possible. When you finish, do take the sample papers provided by C.B.S.E. in a timed environment.
Draw the diagram neatly with heading and label it in one direction.
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