IPE stands for Intermediate Public Examination and it’s the school certificate examination covering the syllabi of Classes 11 and 12. The question papers contain 3 sections – very short answer, short answer and long answer-type questions. This model is common to both the years.
Every child needs a certain degree of personalised guidance, curated in accordance with the drive and potential he/she exhibits. There are a few children who readily go beyond textbooks, and to them we suggest additional reading material and resources. Then, some children have considerably better comprehension skills and can grasp a concept just by listening to the lecture once. Such gifted children, with a little support, can perform exceptionally well in the final exams. Most of our previous years’ toppers have exhibited exceptional comprehension skills. Some of the children need additional support, coaching and motivation to do well. So, based on children’s potential and learning needs, we customise our approach.
Thanks to the guidance from Milind Sir and the Knowledge Management team, we have a tailor-made programme that seamlessly covers the IPE syllabus and helps children excel in the Boards. Before the pre-finals, the syllabi is divided to cover part-tests in all the subjects, which help children stay on track vis-a-vis the syllabus. It is analogous to this simple concept: when the food is cut into smaller parts, one can chew better! These tests contain the same 3 sections: very short answer, short answer and long answer-type questions. Children who need to cover the basics can focus primarily on 2 sections and score decently or a minimum of 50% marks. Children who can easily cover the 3 sections can attempt all the questions and score high. In addition to these, the weekly tests, mid-terms, and pre-finals help our children prepare better.
- Prepare for the exams based on your current academic performance: whether you are a top-scorer, average or potential performer, try and move one step ahead consistently, without overburdening yourself.
- Approach your teachers for tips and tricks and mnemonics to learn and retain information better, practice numerical often and understand your own study patterns.
- IPE performance carries 25% weightage in competitive exams – so diligently concentrate on your studies and don’t discount the importance of the Board Exam while focusing on the competitive exams.