Tips And Tricks : CBSE Class 12 Geography

Safalta expert Published by: Yashaswi More Updated Tue, 04 Jan 2022 10:48 AM IST


Looking for ways to achieve maximum marks in class 12 CBSE Geography exam? Follow these tips to boost your preparation.

Geography is an integral part of Social Studies. A thorough study plan can help you prepare for your Geography test as the CBSE Class 12th exams approach. Here is the syllabus-

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SYLLABUS (theory):

PART A: Fundamentals of Human Geography - 35 Marks
Unit 1: Human Geography (3 marks)
Unit 2: People (5 marks)
Unit 3: Human Activities (10 marks)
Unit 4: Transport, Communication & Trade (10 marks)
Unit 5: Human settlements (5 marks)
Unit 6: Map Work (2 marks)

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PART B. India: People and Economy 35 - Marks
Unit 7: People (5 marks)
Unit 8: Human Settlements (4 marks)
Unit 9: Resources and Development (12 marks)
Unit 10: Transport, Communication and International Trade (7 marks)
Unit 11: Geographical Perspective on selected issues and problems (4 marks)
Unit 12: Map Work (3 marks)

Total: 70 Marks



- The best approach to get started is to pay attention in class and take any pertinent notes (in addition to the notes given by the teacher)

- Make a study timetable that prioritises topics based on their importance and difficulty.

- Concentrate on NCERT books for preparation and use other books as a reference.

- Look for connections between chapters to help you recall the information more quickly.

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- Use simple methods of memorization, such as flash cards, to help you remember details.

- Don't try to remember all of the answers. Make an effort to recall the main topics and expand on them in your own words.

- Practice map-related questions throughout the year rather than cramming locations right before the exam.

- Read the content at least three times before attempting to summarise it in your own words.

- Give yourself at least two months to revise.

- Try a few previous year papers and ask your teacher to point out your problems before you start revising.


This will allow you to identify your weak points and revise accordingly.

- Make a new study schedule with time allotted for both simple and tough chapters.

- When studying, start with a simple chapter to build confidence before moving on to more challenging topics.

- Use flowcharts to make quick modifications.

- Try group study with your pals by preparing a topic for each of you to explain and discuss with the rest of your class.

- Solve previous year's questions/sample papers to see patterns and practise writing answers within the word limitations.

- When responding to questions, be concise and avoid writing extensive paragraphs.

- Put forth your best effort in the practical section. As a result, 30 points can significantly improve your overall Geography %.

With so many topics to learn about, it's easy to become overwhelmed. It is, however, critical to focus your attention on a single topic at a time.

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If you approach your Geography board exam study in this manner, you will be able to finish the full course syllabus thoroughly and quickly.

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