As the day passes, regional languages are gaining immense popularity and can aid your child career growth as they grow up. Also, Hindi being one of the official languages of the country, spoken by more than 430 million people in the country, it is good to know it well.
Preparing for your Hindi exam can be an easy chore if you follow all the necessary steps. Of course, the first and foremost thing before you begin your preparation is to understand the syllabus thoroughly. Go through all the chapters and see which ones are difficult and which ones are easier. This will help make your preparation effortless. Read ahead to know more tips.
A Timetable For Hindi Studies:
Before your child begins his class 9 Hindi studies, a proper timetable is essential. Now, when it comes to preparing a timetable, a lot of thinking and planning goes into it because you don’t want an unrealistic plan. The first step to planning a timetable is to divide the chapter by easy and difficult. Next, start with the most difficult ones, then difficult, moderate, easy, and easiest. So, you need enough time to revise, then do sample papers, and then time for a final revision. Keeping all this in mind you must create a plan of action. Finally, make sure your timetable is realistic, something your child is able to follow without fail.
Understand About The Marking System:
Hindi exam is for 100 marks out of which, 20 marks are from practicals and school work. Therefore, if your child hasn’t submitted all the homework and classwork before the exam, make sure you get that done. Now, the remaining 80 marks are for;
- Section A: Unseen Comprehension (Apathit Gadhyansh and Ansh) for 10 marks
- Section: Practical Grammar (Vyavaharik Vyakaran) for 16 marks
- Section: Literature (Pathak Pustak Poorak Pustak) for 34 marks
- Section: Writing (Lekhan) for 20 marks
Solve Sample Papers:
After your child has completed studying all the chapters, doing sample papers is essential. It not only helps understand where he or she stands, but it also helps manage the time and will help your child finish the question paper within the time limit.
Online Tutorials Can Help:
If your child has doubts and is unable to solve them, you can always opt for online tutorials. Sometimes, before the exams, your child may have study holidays and the teacher may be unavailable. Instead of letting your child’s studies suffer, you can always opt for an online tutor to help you out.
Guide Books Help:
Guide books are great. They have all the questions and answers in a systematic manner and in an easy way. Studying guide books ensures your child is fully prepared. These books have question papers too.
When it comes to the Hindi exam, just reading and memorizing it won’t do. It is imperative that your child reads and then writes. Writing the answers will help your child avoid any spelling mistakes and will help avoid any grammatical mistakes.
How To Prepare One Month Before The Exam?
Proper Time Management:
By now, your child must have finished their studies. However, for any reason, if your child was unable to study, then divide this one month into three segments. Keep the first one to study all the chapters. Start with the easiest and move on to the difficult ones. Then the second segment is for revision, and the third is to solve question papers.
If your child has already studied and revised anything, now is the time to start solving papers and more revision. You can divide three days in a week for question papers and four days for revision.
Don’t Start Anything New At The Last Moment:
Students have a habit of reading new notes or books before the exam and that’s wrong. New topics can easily overwhelm them. Therefore, a week or two before the exam, make sure your child only revises what’s been studied before and not start anything new as this can make them very confused.
Don’t Let Your Child Panic:
Since there is just a month to go, chances are your child might panic. However, this can make them forget things. Therefore, make them understand how they can keep their calm. You can also teach them habits, such as meditation or deep breathing.
Things To Remember During Your Exam:
Have Your Pencil Box Ready:
Make sure a couple of days before the exam, your child has kept all the essentials required for the exam. This includes pens, pencils, scales, erasers, etc. On the day of the exam, your child should not lose any precious time before missing any important item.
Ask Your Child To Write Neatly And Legibly:
Handwriting is very important during the exam. It is important for the child to write clearly and neatly. When the answers are well presented in the paper, the chances of scoring well go up. To make sure your child improves his handwriting, ensure your child practices writing in Hindi every day.
Always Make Sure Your Child Sleeps Well Before Exam:
At least 8 hours of sleep is essential before the exam. If your child doesn’t sleep properly, there are chances that he may forget things that he has studied or might feel sleepy in the examination hall, diminishing his productivity. Also, it is important to eat a nutritious meal before the exam.
Avoid Screen Time Before The Exam:
There are chances that your child enjoys watching TV or playing games while having breakfast or before going to school. But it is essential to avoid any screentime before the exam as it can hinder their focus.
Finally, make sure your child starts studying and makes most of the available time. A systematic study plan can always help.