With the advent of the board exams, students of different streams are studying round the clock. It is an obvious aspiration for every one to scale the summit. However, the effort and work that you have expended the whole year is what is put to test at this point of time. Students who have been regular with their classes and assignments, people who have understood the topics in their subjects are able to comparatively have a better chance at emerging unscathed from the duel.
Every year lakhs of students appear for the board exams from the Science stream. While all subjects have an equal weightage in terms of their scores, students generally are awe-struck by Mathematics. You may be aware that as a subject, Mathematics is one of the few subjects in which you can score
100 out of 100 marks. If you develop a genuine interest in the subject, then things tend to get even more interesting and you actually start enjoying the subject. Solving Math questions is fun for some, while brainstorming on it is for others.
Thing’s to do for scoring well in Mathematics exam.
The first and the foremost thing that you got to know is the way in which the topics have their marks allocated. Below is given the weightage of the subject according to the CBSE curriculum.
- Calculus – 44 marks
- Vectors and 3-D Geometry – 17 marks
- Algebra – 13 marks
- Relations and functions and Probability – 10 marks each.
Create a study schedule, focusing on your weak areas and the portion containing higher marks.
It is very important to complete your NCERT book. This book is a quintessence of what a comprehensive resource base should be like. To ace the CBSE mathematics exam, it is recommended to go through all Solutions of NCERT Books.
When you’re studying:
• Keep a separate list of important concepts and formulae to revise, as often as possible.
• Revise the question based on a formula until you master it.
• Practice a variety of questions from different topics to reach a stage where your performance in solving questions is like a philharmonic orchestra.
• If one finds solving problems of a particular topic difficult, one must take the help of the respective teacher.
The old adage ‘Practice makes perfect’ was never truer. In the race of Board exams, only those students can run in the race who have honed their efficiency through rigorous practice.
• Student should not only focus on important topics only, but in order to understand the chapter well, they should go through the entire chapter.
• Last, but not the least, sleep well on the night before the exam to keep the mind and body relaxed.
During The Exams:
• The first 15 minutes are allotted as the reading time, wisely select the appropriate question to be solved in which internal choices have been provided to avoid wastage of time later.
• Presentation matters a lot; write neatly with proper margins.
• Attempt that question first, on which you are very confident.
• Do not get stuck to a single question for a long time. If you are unable to solve, leave space for it and move on to the next question.
ALL THE BEST