It is rightly said, “Mathematics is not about numbers, equations, computations or algorithms: it is about understanding”. This is one subject wherein you just can’t by heart things without comprehending them. It is important to have a clear understanding of the concepts and thorough knowledge about the application of different formulas if you want to master this subject. Whether you are preparing for your CBSE board exams or Joint Entrance Exam here are few preparation tips for mathematics that should come handy.
Practice As Much As Possible
Class 9th and 10th are the stepping stones for your future. The concepts learned in class 9th help in learning those taught in 10th better and it goes without saying why performing in the 10th standard is important. The marks obtained in class 10th board exams determine the stream you will choose and also, to a large extent, the career path you will tread on in future. It is thus essential to follow a systematic approach while studying to prepare thoroughly for your exam. The time table for class 9th and 10th shared here should help you in this direction:
If you are preparing for IIT JEE chances are that your teachers and seniors must have already stressed much about the need to solve JEE sample papers and take JEE mock tests. But did you know that solving CBSE sample papers is as much essential to prepare thoroughly for IIT JEE Surprised? Well, the following points should explain this:
Many of the topics in the JEE syllabus are from CBSE class XI and XII though their level of difficult is much higher. Testing your knowledge by solving CBSE sample papers regularly will help build a strong base which is extremely essential.
Whether you are preparing for your CBSE board exams or for competitive examinations such as NEET or JEE, one thing that is common is that you require remembering formulas for CBSE, NEET & JEE. A host of formulas need to be learned to prepare well for maths, physics as well as chemistry and this often leads to confusion. If you are finding it hard to remember the formulas then the following tips and tricks should come handy :
Remembering Formulas for CBSE:
- Write them Down
The Central Board of Secondary Examination (CBSE) has issued a new assessment scheme for CBSE Class 10 board Exam for the coming session 2017-2018. Under this new scheme, CBSE shall conduct the exam for 80 marks and the remaining 20 marks shall be for the internal assessment. The board has given comprehensive instructions on the way the internal assessment needs to be divided among various activities. Here is a look at how the internal assessment has been bifurcated:
- Periodic Test: 10 marks
- Notebook Submission: 5 marks
- Subject Enrichment Activity: 5 marks