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‘The school focused on a systematic revision of the entire syllabus two months before the exam’

Setting new records, toppers from the school share their secret study tips



‘Consistency thy name is Apeejay School, Mahavir Marg’

Time and again Apeejay School, Mahavir Marg has dazzled everyone with their stupendous performance across all fields. This time, it’s no exception. Students of the school have raised the bar a notch higher with their stupendous performance in the CBSE class 10 Board exams. The relentless hard work of the school teachers is reflected in the extraordinary results achieved by the students.

Aaryan Suri

School topper, Aaryan Suri who scored an incredible 99.4% and aspires to become a doctor said, “I did not keep any unrealistic expectations with the exams and the result. I feel that this gave me the composure to do well and score great marks in the exam.” 

When asked about his preparation schedule, the topper replied, “I did not have a fixed schedule, but I had fixed topics for every day. I would study all subjects day wise. I am very good in Biology, but needed to focus on Math. So, I practiced Math a bit more, studied it for a few extra hours.” He further added, “The school teachers made us solve a lot of previous years’ question papers and the school took two pre-board exams. That was good practice for me. The school also focused on a systematic revision of the entire syllabus two months before the exam.”

Sharing his success tip, Aaryan said, “I always say, no matter how many extra help books you read before the exam, you must start revising the NCERT textbooks in-depth one month prior to the exam. That helps the most!”

Bhumika Aggarwal

The second topper, Bhumika Aggarwal scored an astounding 98.4% marks. Speaking about her result, she mentioned, “I want to thank my school teachers and Principal Sir. They always motivated and supported me to give my best. As for the exams,  I stuck to the NCERT textbooks. Each and every line of the textbooks is very important and I read them thoroughly. I also solved all the NCERT questions and the school assignments. The two pre-Board exams organised by the school also helped me a lot.”

Aspiring to become a software engineer, she further added, “The timetable approach doesn’t work for me, so I made a plan that I would cover two to three topics in a day and I studied accordingly. I scored 100 in both Science and Punjabi. My favorite subject is Math and I got 99 in that. I want to take the Non-Medical stream in class 11. So, I’m working for that now”

Third highest scorer, Roopanshi said, “I am feeling very happy after my result. I feel fortunate to have such wonderful parents who motivated me a lot to improve with each passing day. I would also like to express my gratitude to Principal sir and all the teachers for supporting me on this journey.” Speaking about her future targets she said, “I want to be an IAS officer since it would provide me a platform to work for the betterment of the society and country from a grassroot level. Serving my country is my passion and I want to turn it into my profession.”

Krissh Suri, also third position holder said, “I have opted for commerce with Math. I want to become a chartered accountant. I am feeling very proud and my parents also feel very proud of me.” He added, “The school helped me a lot and the teachers provided me with proper notes for every concept. I am very thankful to them.”

Kanika Verma, joint third highest scorer said, “I have been feeling amazing since the results were out but I am not letting it go to my head. I am preparing for the NEET exam and it requires more efforts than the board exams. I wish to become a doctor and pursue my MBBS in the course of time.”

“I am elated beyond measure to witness the bar of academic excellence at Apeejay School, Mahavir Marg rising year after year. Such stellar results can be attributed to the consistent efforts of our students, solid support of their parents, and round the clock availability of our teachers for their students. My compliments to all stake-holders!”

-Mr. Girish Kumar, Principal, Apeejay School, Mahavir Marg

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]