Tips to Score High Marks in Class 9 English Subject

Most of the students have a fear of English subject. They think that no matter how much they study, they will end up scoring low marks in the exam. So, to help them prepare well for the English exam, we have provided some useful tips. By following them, students can easily score higher marks in the paper.

Preparation Tips for Class 9 English Subject

In class 9, students have two books to study throughout the year. One is the main course book named “Beehive”. Another is the supplementary reader named “Moment Supplementary Reader”. The main course book contains both prose and poetry sections. The first chapter of the poetry section is “The Road Not Taken”. To prepare this chapter, students must go through the “The Road Not Taken Summary”. Below, we have provided tips in detail to prepare for the Class 9 English exam.

1) Read the Textbook

Students must go through the NCERT books. They should read each and every chapter of the book by themselves apart from the classroom teaching. By reading that, they will be able to comprehend the meaning of the chapter in a better way.

2) Solve the Exercise Questions

After understanding the chapter, students must try to answer the exercise question by themselves. By doing so, they do not need to mug up the answers. They can write the answers in their own words during the exam.

3) Create your Notes

Students must build a habit of creating the notes right from the beginning of the academic session. Creating the notes will help in quick revision during the exam and also save their time. It will help in quickly recalling the summary of the poem and comprehension passages. For example, just by looking at the “The Lake Isle of Innisfree Summary” students will get to know the summary of chapter 4 English Beehive book.

4) Revise the Entire Syllabus

When students have completed their English book, then they should go through the syllabus once again. They should check out what all topics they have covered. In case any topic is left then they should finish it first. In such a way, they will cover the entire syllabus.

5) Solve Past Years Papers

After revising the syllabus, the next step is practising the sample papers and previous years papers. It helps in understanding the exam pattern, question paper design and types of questions expected to be asked in the exam. Solving past years papers also provides a good revision to students, and they get better practice before the exam. Also, they get to know the important topics from where questions can be framed in the exam.

English is a language subject which requires a deep understanding of the text, correct usage of grammar, vocabulary etc. Students can’t develop these skills in one or two days. For this, students need to study regularly and devote time to English subjects. We wish all the best to students in their exam preparation.

 

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