The CBSE is all set to begin the Term II board exam for both classes 10 and 12. The exams will commence on April 26 for both classes. The board exam for class 12 is scheduled to conclude on June 12, while for class 10 it will end on May 24, 2022. Mathematics is a subject often feared by the student, however with meticulous planning, strategy and practice it is possible for students to achieve outstanding results.
As per the timetable for CBSE Term 2 board exam 2022, the Mathematics exam is scheduled to be held on June 07 for Class 12 and May 5 for Class 10.
Expert Tips to Get 100% in Mathematics
These are some tips that can help guide the student to create a study plan for themselves for the upcoming exams.
- The first step would be to build a strong foundation by completing the syllabus from the NCERT textbook before jumping on to any extra topics.
- Thoroughly go through all the concepts, definitions, diagrams, figures, and so on for every topic.
- It may help to begin the study plan with topics that are relatively easy. This may vary from student to student. This will help achieve a comfortable pace toward the completion of the syllabus.
- There is no shortcut when it comes to practice. NCERT exercises are quite comprehensive, the target should be to diligently complete each one of them.
- Pay careful attention to NCERT examples, especially those that are of higher difficulty level as there may be a possibility of them being repeated in the question paper.
- Once the syllabus is covered, move on to the NCERT exemplar problems for extra practice.
- Take constant guidance from tutors, and school teachers, and don’t hesitate from seeking help in topics that are difficult to understand or to clear doubts and queries which are bound to pop up during revisions.
- Finally, solve sample papers and previous question papers. Educart, Arihant, Oswal are some popular books to refer to. Focus on the last 10 year question papers.
- It is best advised to set a fixed time every day to appear for a mock test.
- One of the biggest tips that all experts agree on is regarding how to answer the questions. The golden rule is to never assume anything without clearly stating the same in solutions. This could fetch at least the grace marks for questions that are difficult to solve.
The exam will be conducted for a duration of 2 hours for 40 marks which consists of three sections. It will follow the same pattern as Term I paper and cover the remaining 50% of the syllabus.