Got more than 99 percent marks in 12th, now CBSE topper will study from University of British Columbia, got scholarship

CBSE Topper Got University Of British Columbia Scholarship: CBSE Board results have been released a few days ago. Children from different cities have performed well in the exam. It is the policy of the Central Board of Secondary Education that they do not publish the list of toppers so that unhealthy competition can be avoided. After the release of these results, it has come to light that Sana Shaikh of Gurgaon has got 99.4 percent marks in CBSE Board 12th.

Received scholarship from foreign university

Sana’s achievements do not end here. Apart from getting more than 99 percent marks in 12th, he has also got a scholarship to the University of British Columbia. Now Sana will pursue further studies from there. Let us know how Sana planned her studies for this.

Sana is from here

According to the report of India Today, Sana is mainly from Mumbai. Presently she lives in Gurgaon and has passed 11th and 12th from DPS school here. He has a keen interest in humanities. He did his 10th from Universal High School and his subjects were Commerce and Economics.

Have a passion for writing

Sana is very fond of writing and the subject of psychology attracts her a lot. Considering this, she wants to continue further studies in this subject. His parents, who are in the insurance sector, supported him a lot in this journey and with this achievement he is in the headlines everywhere.

What tips does Sana give?

According to the report, while talking about her study experience, Sana says that she studied her books considering them as the Bible and did not leave any part. She likes to make notes and she studied by making notes like this for the whole year. She believes in memorizing by writing and not by speaking. He believes that when we prepare something by writing, our understanding of it increases and preparation also becomes solid.

Follow this strategy

Sana says that time management was very difficult for her. To manage this, she started studying by setting an alarm. This would decide how much time should be given to which subject and another subject would start at the right time. His parents also helped him a lot in time management.

Teachers helped in answer-writing

Sana learned from her teachers how to write answers and how to frame an effective answer so that the right thing can be said in less words. She helped Sana develop the ability to write answers properly within the word limit. Solving sample papers also helped Sana a lot. 

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