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Lesson Posted on 14 Jan CBSE/Class 12/Commerce

Goodwill - Meaning, need and factors affecting it - Book-Keeping and Accountancy

Rajiv Vadera

I am MBA Finance. I believe in conceptual learning and not just theoretical

NCERT/CBSE, ICSE/ISC, IGCSE/GCSE, State Board
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Lesson Posted on 06 Jan CBSE/Class 12

How to prepare for CBSE 12th board exam 2019?

Abraham Paul

I am a Google Certified Educator & Computer Science Teacher and has taught more than 100,000+ students...

How to prepare for the CBSE Class 12 Board Exam 2019? There will be 5 or 6 subjects to prepare for the CBSE board exam. You can score good marks if you give equal importance and focus on every topic. I will give you essential strategies to prepare and some preparation tips: 1) You have to study consistently... read more

How to prepare for the CBSE Class 12 Board Exam 2019?

There will be 5 or 6 subjects to prepare for the CBSE board exam. You can score good marks if you give equal importance and focus on every topic.

I will give you essential strategies to prepare and some preparation tips:

1) You have to study consistently every single day for at least 3 hours. I mean 3 hours of self-study (learning by yourself) and not tuition or coaching time. Study for 25 minutes and then take a 5-minute break and repeat this process until you finish studying (Apply Pomodoro Technique).

2) Make sure that you revise whatever you have learnt in school immediately after reaching home. Spend at least 30 mins to remember and recall whatever has been taught in the school.

3) Apply “Abraham Paul's Study Technique”

This technique is devised by me, and many of my students found it very useful for remembering and understanding difficult concepts. The method goes like this:

“Pick a book and Start reading the topic/subject you want to learn. After you have finished reading, now close the book. Close your eyes and then start running a movie(or mental video) in your head of whatever you have learnt from the book. Try to visualise what you have read as pictures and objects so that you are seeing yourself doing it practically in your mind. If you are stuck somewhere, then go back and read the book again and then repeat the above process until you fully remember and understand all the concepts!”

Bonus: After learning a particular topic immediately start teaching that topic to someone who does not know it! It will improve your understanding of the subject and also your communication skills.

4) Solve more questions because in the exam only questions are going to be asked. So you must practice as many questions as possible. I advise you to solve previous year question papers of last ten years and also the sample question paper that is issued by the CBSE itself. It will give you more confidence to face the actual board exam without any stress.

Also, take mock tests at home every week to assess your performance on a regular basis.

5) Give equal importance to all the subjects and focus more on your weak areas or subjects. Make sure that you are comfortable in every topic in all the subjects in your course. Never leave any question for the board exam as you have to “expect the unexpected” in the actual board exam.

6) If you are not able to understand a particular topic, then ask your teacher to explain the concept again. Still, if you are not able to comprehend then watch some good videos on YouTube about the topic and search Google for easy explanation of the question.

7) Finally, revise whatever you have learnt since if you don't reconsider, then you will forget and whatever you have learnt becomes useless and the time which you spend learning will also become wasted. So Revise whatever you have learnt during the week at the weekend.

That's it.

These are my top 7 preparation strategies to excel in the CBSE Class 12 Board Exam 2019.

If you have any doubts or questions, then feel free to message me on UrbanPro.I am always happy to help students succeed in their career.

All the Best Students!

 

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Asked on 02 Jan CBSE/Class 12/Commerce

How much will it cost for a month classes online for maths of 12th commerce section Maharashtra board ???

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Asked on 29/12/2018 CBSE/Class 12/Humanities

Can I attend a Bsc. Degree in Computer science if I haven't taken it as a subject in class 11 and 12?... read more
Can I attend a Bsc. Degree in Computer science if I haven't taken it as a subject in class 11 and 12? Also I don't have Maths and am in Arts stream. Please help. read less

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Lesson Posted on 28/12/2018 CBSE/Class 11/Commerce/Accountancy/Unit 1-Financial Accounting(Part A)Theoretical Framework/Chapter-Introduction to Accounting CBSE/Class 12/Commerce

Crux of Golden Rule of Accountancy

Dharmendra

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As we know the golden rule of accountancy includes three accounts, which are used to make journal entries. 1. Personal A/C Debit the receiver credit the giver 2. Real A/C Debit what comes in Credit what goes out 3. Nominal A/C Debit the losses and expense Credit the gains and income The... read more

As we know the golden rule of accountancy includes three accounts, which are used to make journal entries.

1. Personal A/C

  • Debit the receiver
  • credit the giver

2. Real A/C

  • Debit what comes in
  • Credit what goes out

3. Nominal A/C

  • Debit the losses and expense
  • Credit the gains and income

The crux of all for journal entries.

  • Debit the account when anything come ( like Person, expense etc.)
  • Credit the account for what goes from business (like cash, stock)
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Answered on 09 Jan CBSE/Class 12/Science

Abhay Krishna Pandey

Concepts from down to top..

For maths-ncert and rd Sharma For physics and chemistry- ncert along with any of book from Dinesh or pradeep publication will be good. If u want to qualify Jee then physics- h c germs Chem-comprehension
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Answered on 18/12/2018 CBSE/Class 12/Science/Chemistry/Unit VII: p - Block Elements CBSE/Class 11/Science/Chemistry

Give reasons: (a) Why do Boron halides form addition compound with NH3? (b) The tendency for catenation... read more
Give reasons:
(a) Why do Boron halides form addition compound with NH3?
(b) The tendency for catenation decreases down the group in Group 14.
(c) PbO2 is a stronger oxidising agent than SnO2. read less

Virendra Singh Tyagi

A) BCl3 is electron deficient element so it can accept the lone par of ammonia and form addition compound. B) down the group tendency to form the covalent bond is decrease so the due to large size and less ionisation potential hence,
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Answered on 16/12/2018 CBSE/Class 12/Science/Chemistry/Unit VII: p - Block Elements CBSE/Class 11/Science/Chemistry

The diamond molecule contains (a) sp2-hybridized carbon atoms connected by single bonds (b) sp2-hybridized... read more
The diamond molecule contains
(a) sp2-hybridized carbon atoms connected by single bonds
(b) sp2-hybridized carbon atoms connected by double bonds
(c) sp3-hybridized carbon atoms connected by single bonds
(d) sp3-and sp2-hybridized carbon atoms connected by single bonds read less

Mukesh Sahu

Computer Science|B.Tech|Class X-XII(PCM) - IIIT|NIT

Answer: (c) In diamond, each C-atom forms four sigma bonds with one S and three P atomic orbitals. If this answer was helpful for you, then please click on the like icon. Thanks.
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Answered on 22/12/2018 CBSE/Class 12/Science/Chemistry/Unit VII: p - Block Elements CBSE/Class 11/Science/Chemistry

Give reason for the following observations:- (a) The tendency for catenation decrease down the group... read more
Give reason for the following observations:-
(a) The tendency for catenation decrease down the group in Group 14.13.
(b) The decreasing stability of+3 oxidations state with increasing atomic number in group (c)Molten aluminium bromide is a poor conductor of electricity. read less

Ujjwal Rana

a) Down the group atomic size increases, it is difficult for large size atoms to form stable bonds among themselves so down the group catination tendency decreases. b) Due to inert pair effect as we go down the group lower O.S. becomes more stable compared to higher ones, so +3 O.S . stability decreases... read more

a) Down the group atomic size increases, it is difficult for large size atoms to form stable bonds among themselves so down the group catination tendency decreases.

b) Due to inert pair effect as we go down the group lower O.S. becomes more stable compared to higher ones, so +3 O.S . stability decreases and +1 increases.

c) AlBr3 is a covelent compound so in molten state it don't break into ions, thus it is poor conductor of electricity.

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Answered on 27/12/2018 CBSE/Class 12/Science/Chemistry/Unit VII: p - Block Elements CBSE/Class 11/Science/Chemistry

Give the chemical reaction as an evidence for each of the following observations. (i) Tin (II) is a reducing... read more
Give the chemical reaction as an evidence for each of the following observations.
(i) Tin (II) is a reducing agent whereas lead (II) is not.
(ii) Gallium (I) undergoes disproportionation reaction.

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(i) Due to inert pair effect pb2+ is more stable than Pb 4+. Whereas Sn4+ is more stable than Sn2+ . (ii) 3Ga+ → 2Ga + Ga3+ This is because Ga3+ is more stable than Ga+ .
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