Note : The prime purpose of the post is better presentation. Answers in the actual board’s answer key may be different.
Some parts of the presentation are totally not required but if possible and if time permits, it is better we do.
Not so required parts are :
- Writing the questions. (It is better to write because the examiner won’t have to look in the question paper back and again, reducing his/her efforts setting a good impression on her)
- Leaving lines after question/points. (Better to leave because then the paper looks neat and spaciously written even if handwriting is not so good)
- Extra points when the number of points is specified. e.g. Q. 5 (viii) (They won’t fetch you extra marks, But if by chance, one of the previous points is wrong/incomplete; then this extra point will be considered)
- Title for each answer and boxing it. (However, doing so will reduce the efforts of the examiner to read the questions. If you do this, it will be fine even if you don’t write the questions.)
- Writing examples for Differentiate between (note: Examples are not considered as point for Differentiate and hence won’t be given marks; but writing those will make it more clear).
- Writing main questions like ‘Attempt any 5 out of 6’, etc. (Totally not required, but see that the question no. is correctly written)
- Boxing the objectives’ answers. (You should box them because it makes the answer more clearly visible; thus reducing the examiner’s efforts).
- Drawing the border lines and lines between the answers. (Better to draw because your paper looks neater.)
- Drawing tool images and screenshots (execution) for GeoGebra construction question (Well, that’s not expected most probably but I do that following the textbook, that also makes it more understandable which tool is to be used and makes the purpose more clear. It also shows that you have a good knowledge about GeoGebra and computers.)
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