Regular, normal hours of study works: CBSE Class 12 topper
For CBSE Class 12 examination topper M Gayatri, sticking regularly to normal hours of study is the mantra of success.

A student of New Greenfields School, Saket, she also credited her parents S Mohan and Laxmi Mohan as well as her teachers for their contribution for her achievement.

"It works if we maintain regularity in studies, " Gayatri said, stressing that 6 hours of daily study, divided into 2 hours in the morning and 4 in the evening, helped her.

Gayatri, whose score card read English Core 98, Economics 98, Mathematics 100, Business Studies 100 and Accountancy 100, also cautioned against 10-12 hours of study saying it does not help that much.

CBSE Board to declare Class 10 results on May 27

Following the spectacular result, Gayatri now plans to go for CA course.

CBSE declares class XII results, girls outshine boys

"I studied Commerce as I wanted to become a CA," she said, adding that although DU is a great place, it is not her priority.