Education – Accounting: Students preparing for preparation divide the entire subject into two parts.

Pilibhit. The government, in collaboration with academics, has taken the 12th CBSE exam several times. Based on this, the exam is expected to be based on multiple choice and short questions. Amar Ujala has tried to diagnose the problems students face during exam preparation through subject teachers. In this episode, Abhay Saxena, Bookkeeping Teacher (Bookkeeping), gave students tips on how to prepare for the exam.
Abhay Saxena, dean of Lions Bal Vidya Mandir Senior Secondary School, said that for the new format check to be successful it was necessary to use a holistic learning method. Under which the text is carefully read two or three times, short questions are asked based on it. The more questions a student can create, the better the topic will be prepared for that student. Students should make a list of multiple choice and short answers for each chapter. Note the most important sets of instructions to make it easier to answer questions in space format. Accountancy is a confluence of bookkeeping and writing. For which practice the multiplication of digits, division and yoga is very important. The origin, beliefs, requirements, limitations, usefulness, and implementation of the subject in the form of a scripture should also be carefully read and understood. Students should memorize a desire to become an expert in the subject by not preparing for the exam.
This is how you prepare to get good grades
Self
– Divide the whole topic into two parts. What they know and what they don’t
Repeat what comes first, then check with your teacher to prepare for what doesn’t.
Write down all the formulas related to accounting in one place and understand their application.
According to groups
– The students form a group of five children
– Select and prepare two chapters
– Create games based on these chapters
– When you meet on any platform (e.g. Zoom, etc.), ask each other questions and reward the winner in whatever way you like.

Pilibhit. The government, in collaboration with academics, has taken the 12th CBSE exam several times. Based on this, the exam is expected to be based on multiple choice and short questions. Amar Ujala has tried to diagnose the problems students face during exam preparation through subject teachers. In this episode, Abhay Saxena, Bookkeeping Teacher (Bookkeeping), gave students tips on how to prepare for the exam.

Abhay Saxena, dean of Lions Bal Vidya Mandir Senior Secondary School, said that for the new format check to be successful, it was necessary to use a holistic learning method. Under which the text is carefully read two or three times, short questions are asked based on it. The more questions a student can create, the better the topic will be prepared for that student. Students should make a list of multiple choice and short answers for each chapter. Note the most important sets of instructions to make it easier to answer questions in space format. Accountancy is a confluence of bookkeeping and writing. For which practice the multiplication of digits, division and yoga is very important. The origin, beliefs, requirements, limitations, usefulness, and implementation of the subject in the form of a scripture should also be carefully read and understood. Students should memorize the desire to become familiar with the subject without having to deal with the stress of exam preparation.

This is how you prepare to get good grades

Self

– Divide the whole topic into two parts. What they know and what they don’t

Repeat what comes first, then check with your teacher to prepare for what doesn’t.

Write down all the formulas related to accounting in one place and understand their application.

According to groups

– The students form a group of five children

– Select and prepare two chapters

– Create games based on these chapters

– When you meet on any platform (e.g. Zoom, etc.), ask each other questions and reward the winner in whatever way you like.

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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