Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) has started the class 10th and 12th board examinations. The board has first started with the vocational subjects. A few days left for the examinations of core subjects to start. Students of class 10th will appear for the Mathematics subject on March 07. While the class 12th students will appear for the Maths exam on March 18.
Maths is the subject which is only numerical based. But it is the fear of many subjects. Due to nervousness and stress most of the students not able to score good marks in Maths board exams. However, with practice and more attention one can easily score 90% above marks in Maths. Only a few days are left for the students of class 10th and 12th. So, read out the tips here and follow them on the examination day. This will definitely help you to score high marks in the exams.
While preparing for Maths do practice the questions rather than remembering them. In the last minute revise all the formulas and practice the different type of the questions from the same topic. This will help you to identify the questions on the day of examination.
Previous Year Question Papers
To become familiar with the pattern of the question paper go through the previous 5 to 10 years question papers. Solve out them and identify will you able to attempt the questions properly or not. This will help you to build confidence in yourself before the exams.
To give the final touch to the preparation go through the sample papers and solve the questions as much as you can. But make ensure that you have well understood the concept of the questions.
CBSE board exams question papers consist of 90% of questions from NCERT. So, in the last minute do not think to go for the other books. Just revise NCERT book questions two to three times along with solving the question papers and the sample papers.
Read Question Paper
On the day of examination do not take too much stress. Keep your mind calm and focused. As per the instructions provided by CBSE 15 minutes will be provided to each student to go through the entire question paper. So, utilize these 15 minutes. Read the question paper carefully and make a plan of how you are going to attempt the questions.
Maths Question paper is dividing into four sections A, B, C and D. For class 12th section A consist questions of 1 mark each, section B is of 2 Marks each, section C is of 4 marks each and Section D is of 6 marks each. While for class 10th section A consists questions of 1 mark each, section B is of 2 marks each, section C is 3 marks each and section D is of 4 marks each. Therefore, manage your time while attempting the questions. If you get stuck in any one question then leave it for the last and go further.
CBSE Pattern Of Checking
While checking the papers CBSE instructed the teachers to provide the step marking for the questions of more marks. So, while solving the question make ensure that you solve the questions step-wise correctly. Draw the figures if required and labeled them.
All The Best!