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‘Studying consistently since the beginning is the right approach’

Apeejay Noida students excel across all streams in the CBSE Class 12 Board examination



‘Nothing beats Apeejay Noida’ and students of the school have lived up to the saying rightfully. The exceptional performance in the CBSE Class 12 Board examination is an outcome of a year’s hard work and sincere efforts by both the students as well as the school. The teachers at Apeejay School, Noida left no stone unturned in preparing the students for the exam and the results are just a reflection of the same.

School topper, Vanshika Singh scored an outstanding 98.8%. Speaking about her result, she said, “The school teachers were very supportive. Even if I messaged them late at night with a doubt, they would respond immediately. I attended all the online classes and it certainly helped. The teachers explained the concepts very well and therefore, I had a clear understanding of all concepts before the exams.” 

The topper from the Science stream added, “I studied the entire day and whenever I felt tired, I took a break. I had non-medical with physical education as my stream, and am currently preparing for the JEE exam. I want to pursue circuit engineering programmes like computer or electronic engineering.”

Wishing good luck to the next batch of students, Vanshika emphasised, “One must read NCERT textbooks thoroughly. Don’t go out searching for resources, there is a very good resource in front of you. Focus on that. Solve the previous year question papers, the question pattern is often the same. And finally, use your time wisely!”

From the Commerce stream, Arnav Vajpayee secured the second highest marks in the school with an amazing 98.4%. He mentioned, “In the beginning of the session I used to study for about 2 hours daily. But after the Pre-board exams, I started to study for around 8-9 hours, and it became 10-11 hours before the final board exams.” 

Arnav further added, “The teachers were very supportive and prompt on Whatsapp whenever I asked a question.” The MBA aspirant also said, “For the next batch, I would say just be consistent in your studies. Now one does not get direct admission to any good college, but still the board exam result matters in interviews. So, one needs to do well. Studying consistently since the beginning is the right approach.”

Third highest scorer, Diya Arora got an incredible 98.2% in Humanities. She said, “I studied for 7-8 hours near the final exams. I followed the NCERT textbooks thoroughly along with some reference books recommended by my teachers. Our teachers gave many practice tests which helped. I would like to thank my class teacher Puneeta ma’am and Math teacher Minakshi ma’am, who even personally taught me a few chapters in which I was weak in.” 

Speaking about her future ambitions, Diya stated, “Among my subjects, I am good with Economics and so, I want to become an Economist. I am planning to do a Bachelor’s in the same.” She also advised the next batch of students to focus on their studies, but ensure an appropriate amount of rejuvenation activity at the same time.

“The result is a manifestation of the culture of excellence that Apeejay School, Noida stands for. It’s the synergy between the management, staff and parents that has empowered our students to optimise their potential. Congratulations to all.”


Arijit Roy is a young correspondent at Apeejay Newsroom. He has done his masters in English literature from Delhi University and has a book of poems published by Writers Workshop India. He can be reached at [email protected].