The rosy time of school life is finally going to be over soon, all your friends will be apart soon, some will stay in the city while some will leave. This time is quite painful, and what makes it more painful is that the nasty board exams are also arriving near with every passing day.
According to a survey, it was found that the subject which the students fears the most is maths. though the main reason is unknown, but maths scares the students most.
There is only one way to get over your fear of maths, and that is practice. Keep on practicing it as much as you can, and you will see that, it will actually become your favorite and strong subject.
If you want something extra then you can download Chemistry 12th Class sample papers just click on the link given and you can get them.
Maths 12th CBSE previous 10 years question papers
Students who are going to appear for the board exams should start your preparations for the upcoming board exams in order to score more than 90%.
Before you start making your strategies to tackle the board exams, you should know that practicing maths 12th CBSE previous 10 years question papers is very important.
the link to download the question paper year wise are given at the top of this article, all you need to do is click on the link and then you can download them.
Please make sure that you have a pdf reader/pdf reading software, as the files are in the form of pdf file.
How do I score 90+ in Maths?
First of all, you need to know that maths is the only subject in which you can score 100 out of 100 marks, and if you are thinking of getting high percentage then you must know that maths can prove to be really useful subject.
Your Strategy For Maths
Each subject needs a good strategy if you want to get good marks in it, but maths is a subject that needs a strategy the most. To help you out, here are some points that you should keep in mind.
Structure it out
Make a proper structure of each and every topic that you are going to cover. For example, if you have decided to prepare for Relations and Functions then you will need to divide each and every topic and assign a set time for it, and try to complete that topic in the time period set for it.
Suck NCERT up
Second and the most important point you should keep in mind is that you cover the whole NCERT book including the miscellaneous exercises.
And if you are one of those who are eyeing to join the category of elite 80’s and 90’s then you should also go through the theory part.
It may sound quite boring and some genius would rather go for other books like R.S.Agarwal and R.D.Sharma, but let me tell you, if you do not practice the whole NCERT properly, then there is no book in the world that will help you score in 80’s and 90’s.
As you must have heard that 70% of the questions that comes in board exams are from NCERT book, and, therefore, it is very important to practice each and every question properly from it. So basically, what I am trying to say is that you should suck NCERT up.
Divide your time and efforts wisely as you do not want to waste your time on questions that have thin chances of coming in the exam and also do not carry and significant marks. I call them rogue questions, not that they are totally useless.
Know the weight of questions
To avoid these time wasting question, you will need to know the weightage table and then divide your time accordingly. Following is the weightage table for you.
|Relations and Functions||5|
|Inverse Trigonometric Functions||5|
|Continuity and Differentiability||8|
|Applications of Derivatives||10|
|Applications of Integrals||6|
|Three dimensional Geometry||11|
So this is the weightage table for class 12th Maths CBSE. Make your studying scheme according to this weightage table.
Your notes that are apart
Make a separate list of all the important questions and formulas.
If possible, try to make a separate notebook in which you will make separate notes and points for each and every topics and chapter and their formulas.
This will help you in the final days of exams by giving you a quick view of the chapter.
Super tip for you
One more super tip for you, note all those questions which you think are important and may come in the exam.
You do not have to note the whole question but just the page number and the question number so that you could quickly find them at the time of revision.
Too big too bad
Calculus is a big topic to cover and the most important one too if you have practiced it before then well and good, but if you are running short of time, then I suggest you not to go for Calculus. Just cramp out the previous year questions.
It needs a hell of the time to master, and since you do not have time, therefore, it is for the best that you leave it.
But if you have time then you should definitely prepare calculus as well as you can. Calculus is one of the most important topics not for 12th but for further studies too.
Go for small fishes
If you are really going to leave calculus then of course your chances of scoring good marks are slim now, but you still achieve respectable marks, by hunting small fish i.e by preparing small and easy topics.
Chapters like linear programming and probability are easy, but leave no stone unturned as they will bring just one or two questions but for big numbers, therefore you need to make sure that you squeeze the maximum out of these questions.
Practice sample papers too
Finally do practice the sample papers and previous years question papers, though this is something for which you need time. Since you are here to download CBSE 12th maths sample papers, therefore, I assume that you do have time.
Practicing the sample papers and previous years papers makes you strong for the exam in so many ways.
The Judgement day Situation
Now on the judgment day or on the exam day, you should take the following points in consideration.
The first half of the exam
First of all, keep your mind clear and stress-free.
Read all the questions very carefully present in the question paper.
Attempt those questions first that you think you can solve quickly and efficiently.
Stay focused while solving questions as a bit of mistake can result in a wrong answer and total wastage of time.
Demand for a rough paper from examiner to do all the calculation or keep a separate page for rough work.
The second half of Exam
Students often make the mistake of writing the solution of the question quite freehandedly and, therefore, get confused due to the dirty work, therefore, it is very important to keep the answers neat and clean. It will not only help you but will also create an impression on the examiner.
Finally do not forget to go through your answer sheet, at least, one time very carefully to confirm that all the answers you wrote are correct.
Later if you get time then try to attempt those question which you left, but make sure that you solve all those questions that you can solve first.
So this is all for now, hope you will try to implement the given tips. Please feel free to comment if you have any suggestions or problem.
All the very best for your exams.