Download CBSE 10th Previous Year Question Papers – All Subjects

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“How can i score 90+” asked an ambitious student, “practice the previous year papers” replied the topper. Time and time again you have heard every topper and teacher emphasizing on preparing for board exams from CBSE 10th previous year papers. While it is true that last year papers are not the only thing that prepares a topper, yet, it is also true that it is one of the key ingredient in making of a topper.

It will be the first time when you will appear for board exams, therefore, it is even more crucial for you to practice the CBSE 10th class previous year papers.

CBSE 10th Previous Year Question Papers

Solving previous year paper is like gaining the live experience of actual paper day without the risk of loosing anything. Instead, there is a whole lot that one can gain from last year papers, like:

  1. Time management: Imagine sitting in exam hall with paper on your desk, after reading the paper you are so glad that you can answer almost all the answers, but as you reach the final 5 minutes of the time, you realize that there are still many questions that you can answer, but don’t have enough time to do so. This is the worst thing that can happen. Practicing previous year paper will automatically help you to manage time effectively and efficiently in board exam.
  2. Helps in making strategy: If you practice all cbse 10th previous year papers that are given here, then you can easily formulate a well planned and effective strategy on how to tackle questions in board exams.
  3. Increases Confidence: Since it is going to be your first time, therefore, little bit of nervousness is fine. But, those who are not well prepared and haven’t practiced enough, it can be a nightmare. So, if you solve the last 5 years question paper before exams, then everything will be pleasant for you in the exam hall.
  4. Score Good Marks: One of the greatest benefit of practicing previous year papers is that it reveals the paper pattern. Once you know how the questions are asked in exam, then you can prepare to answer them accordingly to get maximum marks out of it.

These are some of the benifits that you can get after preparing form 10th previous year papers. The list can go on and on, but you get the point!

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Following are the headings of all the subject of CBSE class 10th, under which tables for previous year papers are given. You can download the papers from the respective links given against the year.

CBSE 10th Mathematics Previous Year Papers

Maths is a very interesting and important subject. The only way to score full marks in maths is to practice and solve previous year papers for math. With all the previous year papers given here you can improve your practice for this subject.

We have done a lot of research on board exam papers. On the basis of this research, we would like to advice all class 10th student to solve their textbook examples, especially, miscellaneous examples and miscellaneous exercises of every chapter in math NCERT for 10th.

When you practice maths previous year papers, set a fixed time to solve as given in the paper to check whether you can solve it on the given time or not. Also, make different strategy in each previous year paper.

Following are the CBSE class 10 Maths previous year papers. Don’t just download but also practice them because remember practice is the key to score 100% marks.

previous year papers from 2018 CBSE 10th math
Exam Year Download link
2019 Download link
2018 Download link
List of Maths Previous year Papers For Class 10 CBSE
Exam Year Maths Paper SA-1 Maths Paper SA-2
2017 Download Maths SA-1 Paper Download Maths SA-2 Paper
2016 Download Maths SA-1 Paper Downoad Maths SA-2 Paper
2015 Download Maths SA-1 Paper Download Maths SA-2 Paper
2014 Download Maths SA-1 Paper Download Maths SA-2 Paper
2013 Download Maths SA-1 Paper Download Maths SA-2 Paper

Once you download these pdf files, make a proper time table to practice them, and solve at least one paper a day. Continue practicing from these previous board papers will definitely bring confidence and knowledge to you .

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Class 10 Maths Practice Papers

These are some extra practice paper set for class 10 maths. After finishing the previous board exam papers you can practice these practice papers. Those students who want to score 100% marks in the board exam, they should download these paper too and practice them as well. Make your preparation rock solid!

Also, Make a notes diary to note down some important tips and strategy. As you practice all these papers you will get the understanding of important topics, Formulas, etc. So, note down these topics and questions in such a way that you can revise them afterwards.

CBSE 10th Science Previous Year Papers

Science is an interesting subject where we study nature and it laws. In Science, there are three major branches: Physics, Chemistry, and Biology. But in class 10th these three branches are combined in one book which is NCERT for 10th.

These previous year papers of science will reveal the board exam paper pattern, language of questions (language refers to the type, mode, and level). One good strategy to get maximum benefit out of these papers is to keep a note books where you can note down all the important formulas derivations etc. in short, so that you can use it for a quick revision when needed.

Here is the table for CBSE class 10 Science previous year papers. You can practice online or download these papers in PDF file format.

previous year papers from 2018 for CBSE 10th science
Exam Year Download link
2019 Download link
2018 Download link
List of Science Previous Year Papers For Class 10 CBSE
Exam Year Science Paper SA-1 Science Paper SA-2
2017 Download Science SA-1 Paper Download Science SA-2 Paper
2016 Download Science SA-1 Paper Download Science SA-2 Paper
2015 Download Science SA-1 Paper Download Science SA-2 Paper
2014 Download Science SA-1 Paper Download Science SA-2 Paper
2013 Download Science SA-1 Paper Download Science SA-2 Paper

To understand a complex concepts in Science, first, you should know the fundamentals of it. Once you are clear with the basics then you can easily learn any topic in science.

In class 10 Science board exam paper, there are generally four type of questions:

  • Theory based questions.
  • Numerical based questions.
  • Derivation based questions
  • Practical/Experiment based questions.

Class 10 Science Practice Papers

We have collected these extra practice papers of Class 10 Science, Download and solve these practice question paper. By practicing these question papers you will know how much preparation you have done and how much preparation you need to do for the final exams. You can categories science into its three main branches i.e., Physics, Biology, and Chemistry. And then after solving these papers, check how much revision you need to do for each branch.

CBSE 10th Hindi Previous Year Papers

Hindi is a favorite subject for every student since it is easy to understand and Hindi is our mother tongue, and hence, students underestimate this subject. But if you want to score good marks then you need to work more on this subject.
A little effort in this subject can boost your overall percentage significantly. We have collected last year papers for class 10 Hindi (SA-1 and SA-2). Just practice these papers and learn the paper pattern as well. By this little effort you can score good marks. Following are the previous year papers for CBSE class 10 Hindi.

List of Hindi Previous Year Papers For Class 10 CBSE
Exam Year Hindi Paper SA-1 Hindi Paper SA-2
2017 Download Hindi SA-1 Paper Download Hindi SA-2 Paper
2016 Download Hindi SA-1 Paper Download Hindi SA-2 Paper
2015 Download Hindi SA-1 Paper Download Hindi SA-2 Paper
2014 Download Hindi SA-1 Paper Download Hindi SA-2 Paper
2013 Download Hindi SA-1 Paper Download Hindi SA-2 Paper

Practice in Hindi doesn’t only mean reading questions and answers, the most important part is writing. You must practice to write creative answers in your own words. And you should implement this writing method in every subject.

Class 10 Hindi Practice Papers

Once you are done with the previous year papers, then don’t rest! now is not the time. Here are more papers that you can practice to concrete your success.

CBSE 10th English Previous Year Papers

List of English Previous Year Papers For Class 10 CBSE
Exam Year English Paper SA-1 English Paper SA-2
2018 Download English SA-1 Paper Same As English SA-1
2017 Download English SA-1 Paper Download English SA-2 Paper
2016 Download English SA-1 Paper Download English SA-2 Paper
2015 Download English SA-1 Paper Download English SA-2 Paper
2014 Download English SA-1 Paper Download English SA-2 Paper
2013 Download English SA-1 Paper Download English SA-2 Paper

Class 10 English Practice Papers

CBSE 10th Social Science Previous Year Papers

previous year papers from 2018 for CBSE 10th social science
Exam Year Download link
2019 Download link
2018 Download link
List of Social Science (SST) Previous Year Papers For Class 10 CBSE
Exam Year Social Science Paper SA-1 Socieal Science Paper SA-2
2017 Download Social Science SA-1 Paper Download Social Science SA-2 Paper
2016 Download Social Science SA-1 Paper Download Social Science SA-2 Paper
2015 Download Social Science SA-1 Paper Download Social Science SA-2 Paper
2014 Download Social Science SA-1 Paper Download Social Science SA-2 Paper
2013 Download Social Science SA-1 Paper Download Social Science SA-2 Paper

Class 10 Social Science (SST) Practice Papers

These question papers will not only help you to get more probable questions that may come in board exam but also, the pattern of the exam will be clearer to you. I know, it is such a headache having Board exams first time in life, but at the same time, you will feel an intense excitement.

Just have some ideas from here on how to deal with the exam, and things will surely get better. Meanwhile, check which board is best between CBSE and ICSE.

I have seen students tensed during exam time, even when they have all their concepts clear in every subject. They know everything and even attended every lecture in class throughout the year but still, there is always something that scares them.

Actually, this is what we actually call Exam phobia, and this is common for almost every student. In this article, along with previous year papers, I am going to help you to overcome this phobia.

Get, set, and go with your preparations. I am sure, you will definitely feel contented once you read this article.

10th Previous Year Papers – Advice From Toppers.

I am sure you know the benefits of practicing previous years papers, but if you have any doubts then maybe these pieces of advice from toppers would clear your doubts.

You will be glad to know that the students are going to answer your different queries, and at the same time, they will share their exam experience. Read out the article and it will definitely become your motivation.

# Words From Himanshu (Last year Topper)

Hey! I am Himanshu. Last year I passed class 10th with 98.8 CGPA. At the time of preparation, it looked near to impossible to score such good marks, and frankly speaking, I was so distressed in the last four months. One day, my friend visited my house having previous year papers in his hand.

He was returning from his tuition classes. He realized my condition and suggested me to study from previous year papers.

I started with all my heart, and within two months I was having a satisfying experience, and I continued the same way. Today, I am really very thankful to my friend.

# Words From Priya (Topper of 2014)

Hello, guys, I am Priya.

Practicing previous year papers proved to be a lifesaver for me. Yes, believe me, things got so much easy for me. From the very beginning, I was a studious student but despite the fact, I was feeling a bit nervous as the exams were coming near.

In the last 3 months. I only studied previous year papers and as a result, I got 95 CGPA. Thanks to my teachers and parents who helped me a lot.

I hope it would help you to decide how much previous year papers are beneficial for you. I think you should give it a try.

CBSE 10th Previous Year Question Papers – Download Them

The pdf files of all the subjects are given at the starting of this article. you can download them easily, but make sure that you have a PDF reader installed on your device.

I have tried to cover 10 previous year papers of all the subjects, but some papers may be missing because they were not available on the internet. Our team is up to the task, the missing papers will be uploaded soon.

Concentrate on every subject equally and you will surely score good marks. And do not forget to go through the previous year papers that you will download from here.

English – The Scoring Subject

Since English is a language subject, therefore, it is easy to prepare and, hence, students end up caring less about this subject. But, this is a wrong approach if you want to score good percentage in board exam.

Subjects like English and Hindi should be considered as the marks boosting subjects. You can score in 80% and 90% without even breaking a sweat, but that does not mean you should avoid this subject. Instead, you should prepare it the best way you can.

While practicing English, make sure you practice the grammar part well. Memorize the format of the writing section like letters, notice etc. In the writing section, half of the marks are for formatting, and try to keep your content meaningful. Focus more on quality than quantity.

Mathematics – Not That Hard

Maths is a subject that requires complete concentration and dedication, and maybe this is why student usually don’t find it easy.

The best way to practice maths is to keep your basics clear. Before you start practicing any chapter, try to keep the basic concepts of that chapter clear, then only you will be able to really master that chapter.

Formulas of that particular chapter should be on your fingertips. You can note the important formulas and questions in a separate diary so that it becomes easier for you to revise them, whenever you want.

Science – The Three parts

Though there is only 1 NCERT book for all the three parts i.e Physics, Chemistry, and Biology, students usually go for the separate refresh for each part.

It’s good to practice from other refreshers, but make sure you complete your NCERt book, as most of the questions in board exam are asked from NCERT book.

To score good marks in science, you will need to practice each and every part equally good. But if you find any part hard then you can skip it, but then you will need to prepare the other two parts very well.

Social Studies – Not So Boring

Most students find Social science boring subject, but they should know that it can be really scoring subject as it is mostly theory based subject.

You can write long answers by simply memorizing small terms and points i.e small points can be elaborated to write big answers.

You can make a separate notebook and write important terms and points in that notebook. This will help at the time of revision.

Hindi – Source Of Percentage

Hindi is, of course, the easiest of all subjects, and that is why students leave it for the last day. But they forget that Hindi can prove to be such a good source of percentage.

Not that you should spend hours studying Hindi, but, at least, give it some time, so that you are well prepared to score maximum marks in this subject.

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  1. Hello sir, I am yugansh Singh Yadav from Kanpur. I wake up at 5 am and put all the concentration on my studies, but my marks never go above 91. So, please tell me how i can get marks above 95?

    1. Prof. Rajeev Mehra

      Hello Yugansh,
      I can imagine how frustrating it must be when you are doing everything right and still not getting what you want. But never give up, just keep putting all your efforts and it will definitely be worth it.

      At the point where you are the only advice i can give is to request for your answer sheets from school. Give them the genuine reason why you want it, i am sure they will understand. And if they don’t then ask you subject teacher to point at the mistake that you are doing in exam.

      One more thing, it may be that your school does it on purpose so that student work hard for board exams, so don’t take it too roughly. Just give your 100%.

  2. Can u make a full day time table for me as I am not able to manage my time and board xams are just 1 month to go please this is my request to you

    1. Prof. Mohan Singh Rawat

      Hi Aman, We have made a time table for board exam preparation: How To Score Good Marks in Board Exam in one month.

  3. Iam shreyas from karnataka my i wake uo at 6 o clock . iread enough but i cant concentrate please suggest me a solution.

    1. Hello Shreya, to develop concentration on your study, you should study at least for one hour regularly. after some time increase your time.

  4. Hello sir!I read in class 10th Sir i will going to beat 2019 board exam.is ur imp. Questions of every chapters were came in previous exam?answer please.

    1. Hello Niraj, by practicing previous year question papers, you will get an idea that which type of questions comes in the exam. Questions are not always the same but method and patterns are same.

  5. Sir.I am studying in class 10th and i am an average student but want to score good marks in boards in all subjects by hook or crook.but i am very much poor in studies and in maths especially.I have schools from 7am to 3pm and then have tuitions at evening for 2 hours.So sirwhat should i do? I am very much tensed about my present poor marks.

    1. Hello Antara, Here are some tips and strategy. Follo the like: Strategy to score 90+ marks in board exam.

  6. Class 10 ncert science ke preparation k liye full marks digest me cbse previous year questions hai vo karne hai?

    1. Hi Mugisa, yes, practicing with previous year questions will help you very much. Since it covers almost whole syllabus.

  7. Sir I am 10 the student. Science ke liye all in one book study kr skta hu kya

    1. Hello Gagan, You should read & study from the NCERT book first when you complete your syllabus from the book then you can go for other reference books.

  8. Sir board me ncert se bahar se bhi aayega kaya

    1. Hello jaiprakash,
      Questions in the board exams are asked from the syllabus, sometimes it may happen that few questions may come from out of syllabus, but CBSE takes care of it later.

      Exact same questions like NCERT will not be asked, but all the questions will be asked within the syllabus.

  9. hello sir,i am Aadi of class 10,now we got leave from our schools but i m able to do time management but don’t know which subject to study. will you please help me with it.

    1. Hello Aditya,
      We have a dedicated article in which a proper time table is given for board student for 1 month. Please look for “Prepare For Board Exam In 1 Month 20 Days To Score 90+” in 4ono search box.

  10. Sir i am not able to manage my time!!! Can you give me some tips to manage my time

  11. sir which question bank should i take for preparing cbse 10th board exam?

    1. Hello jinesh,
      For last last month, i will recommend to go with books like 100% success from ever green.

  12. Sir from which book shall i prepare science, NCERT or S.Chand or any other reference for class 10 boards?

    1. Among all reference books available for CBSE 10th science, S.Chand is the most famous one. But, make sure to keep visiting NCERT from time to time.

  13. Hey there sir Rajeev my name is sanchayn and I wake up at 6am and I have school from 8:00 am to 4:00 pm and have a coaching from 7:30 pm to 8:30 pm can you make a routine for me also
    And I have pre boards from 6/12/17-18/12/17 so please make it in that way that I can manage all things

    1. Hi Sanchayn,
      Like you have less time to study, so you can give 1 hour to each subjects like 9:00 pm to 10:00 do Maths, 10 to 11 do english & hindi, 11 to 12 do Social studies and as you wake up at 6:00 am you can give your time to science. Good Luck!

  14. Hello sir this is sharvari , I wake I wake up at 6 o’clock my school is from 7 to 3 I have coaching for one hour between 4 to 5 please tell me how should I keep my routine so that I do maximum study in the available time. Please tell me also how to practice for map because I am losing marks in it.

    1. Hi Sharvari,
      You can give 1 hour to each subject like 7 to 8 pm for science, 8 to 9 for science then take some rest for half hour then start from 9:30 to 10:30 for social studies and after 10:30 you can give time according to syllabus of english and hindi. In the morning, manage some time for revision (what you study at night). On Sundays or off day you can more time to subjects. And for map, you can practice by locating important locations or place that you know or remember, try it on blank map.

  15. i am cheriyan , i need to frame a timetable i have to leave for school at 6:45am and i wake up at 5:45am.and i come after tuition and reach home by 7:30pm.can you help to prepare studytime between 7:30pm to 10:15pm

    1. Hi Cheriyan,
      As you have only 3 hours to self study then you should give 35 minutes to each subject for study. After then you will decide which subject you study first like at 7:30 to 8:05 pm you study Science then take rest of 5 to 10 minutes then start with Maths for 35 minutes and so on.

  16. hello sir tell me the tricks to score good marks in board exam of class 10th

    1. Hi Ankush,
      First of all, you need to keep your mind focus. Collect your notes and go through your syllabus with the help of blueprint, then make schedule for you and follow it sincerely. You will definitely achieve good marks in your exam. Good Luck!

  17. Sir weather board Paper will come from NCERT or not? Sir please tell me what you think

    1. Hello jaiprakash,
      Most of the questions in board exam comes from NCERT. Obviously, the questions won’t be exact, but will be based on NCERT questions. SO, prepare NCERT very well.

  18. Hi, i am Ankit priyadarshi from Begusarai Bihar. I am studying in doon public school, and my school timing is 8:00am to 4:00pm, after that i have a coaching for 1 hour. I wake up at 5 o’clock in the morning. So, how could i make a routine?

    1. Hello Ankit,
      Following should be your timetable according to me:

      5 AM to 6:45 AM- Social science
      5 Pm to 6 PM – break
      6 PM to 7:30 PM – Maths
      7:30 PM to 9 PM – Science
      9 PM to 10 PM – dinner and other activities
      10 PM to 11 PM – Hindi and English on alternate days
      11 PM onward – good night sleep.

      Note:- You should adjust timing and subjects according to your needs. e.g if you are weak in some subject then you should give more time to that subject.

      And don’t forget to assign at least one day in a week for revision. And given the last 10 days before the exam to revision.

  19. I am in class 10th and want to know what should be accurate study hrs to get a revision of all subjects daily. I have coaching from 4:30 to 6:30 and have to do my school Homework also.

    1. Hello Saurav,
      Firstly it’s time you start doing more self study. By now the syllabus in coaching classes should be over, if so, then you should quite coaching and dedicate that time in self study. There is no greater way to study then self study. If you can give up coaching classes, then you will have to carve some time from other activities so that you can invest it in self study. 20 to 25 days will be enough to do revision of all chapters, though you should do revision at the end of every week.

      If you pay enough attention in coaching classes and in school classes, then 1 hour at nigh after diner should be enough to revise whatever you have learned in the whole day.

  20. I am a class 10th student, and did not join any tuition. But after some time i forget some points that i have studied before. I want to ask that is it essential for me to join tuition.

    1. Hello Suraj,
      The problem that you are facing is very common among students, we are humans and we tend to forget things. There is no need of any tuition, noting can prepare you better than self studies. You just need to make some adjustments to your studying schedule. Keep up with your studies, but give at least 1 or 3 days in a week to revise what you have studied the whole week. And then at the end of the month revise everything that you have studied the whole month. This way you will never miss any point.

  21. sir/mam,pleasen provide sanskrit question papers for class 10 also

    1. Hello Neha,
      Sanskrit is a rear subject for class 10th, therefore it will take more time to get the previous year paper for it. But, since you have asked for it, we will try our best to upload it as soon as possible. But, we can not guarantee that. Keep visiting this page regularly.

  22. Hi,
    How can I manage my time? because I give very little time to study. Please suggest me.

    1. Prof. Rajeev Mehra

      Hello Ashutosh,
      You already know answer to your question, just try to give more and more time to your studies. First of all you need to understand that there is nothing more important than you studies. And since the board exams are knocking on the door, therefore, it’s time to buckle up. You must give at least 5 to 6 hours to self studies.

      I am not telling you to sit for 5 continues hours, you can break them, like 1 or 2 hours in the morning, 2 hours in evening, and 2 hours at night. All the course must be complete in tuition classes by now (if you are taking any), so it’s time to quite tuition and do more self study.

  23. HI i just want to work hard please can any on suggest me how to be focused and determined without any deviations? please help me out.

    1. Prof. Rajeev Mehra

      Hello Abdullah,
      Concentration is a skill that few people are able to develop efficiently. There will always be something to distract you from what you are trying to focus on. So, building a laser like focus for long time is a challenging task. But then, if it was not challenging, everyone would be doing it. Here are some tips that will help your in building better concentration.

      Meditation: it is the most effective and easy way to achieve unshakable concentration. But, it will take time and dedication.

      Limit distractions: When you sit to study, find a place where no one can distract you. Don’t take any kind of distractions like phone, computer with you. Not even snacks to eat, as they can become source of distraction.

  24. Pre-Board marks are added or not in the final result?

    1. Prof. Rajeev Mehra

      Hello Bhowmik,
      Pre board marks are not added to the final result. As per new CBSE paper pattern, students will have to give board exam at the end of the year, in which questions from complete class 10th syllabus will be asked. And no marks of any pre board exam will be added in the final board exam result.

  25. Hi Mam. I am bad in English. I want to learn but I find it boring. Please advice me some way to learn English easily. I’m in class 10. Please help me.

    1. Hi Prachi.
      As, you have mentioned you are facing problem in learning English so my first advice to you is start reading if you really want to improve your English. Start with small story books or your own syllabus book or you can read newspaper, magazine etc. This will help you improve your vocabulary. Reading is the easiest and best way to develop interest towards English. Next thing is having a good command over English grammar. For this you will have to begin from the basics like understanding the concept of noun, pronoun, tenses, verbs, adverbs etc. At first you will find it difficult but if you study regularly then it will just matter of time that you will see your own improvement. Keep in mind that English is a language first and then a subject. You can set small targets for yourself like you will read minimum two stories, articles or anything in English and underline the word that you don’t understand and look for the meaning of that word and write it down in your notebook. Keep on practicing and doing hard work eventually you will improve.

  26. After preparing the previous 10 years papers, do i need to read other books?

    1. Hello Rahul,
      Practicing previous year paper is the best way to prepare for board exam, but you can not just rely on them. Studying from book is necessary.

  27. Hello mam. I’m in class 10th class and I’m really not good at time management. Please tell me how many hours I should study.

    1. Hi Kartikeya.
      As, you have mentioned that you are in 10th so, you mus be aware with the new CBSE board exam pattern. Now that CBSE have discontinued the CEE pattern and included that students will have to full syllabus for board exam from 2017-18 session so, now you have to work little harder. But don’t get nervous just keep yourself focused and do hard work. You must study for at least 5-6 hours giving each subject more or less one hour. Focus more on subjects like Maths, English and Science. Make a time table for yourself and divide your syllabus accordingly. And importantly follow this time-table strictly. Keep on doing the hard work and you will score good marks.

  28. Hello mam. I am listing that the question paper of class 10 is now of 80 marks only and 20 marks will given by school tell me its true or not?

    1. Hi Aman.
      Yes! CBSE have discontinued the CEE pattern from 2107-18 session. And a new assessment structure have been introduce for class 10th board exam. The board exam will be of 80 marks and 20 marks will be given by school based on internal assessment. For more details regarding new pattern just search for ’10th CBSE Blueprint – All Subjects PDF Download’ in the search box of our website.

  29. Hi sir. I am Sreedevi. Maths subject is very hard for me. I spend too much time on maths and then I cannot study other subjects but the problem is even after giving so much time to maths I don’t score good marks. Its very disappointing for me. Please suggest any tip.

    1. Hi Sreedevi.
      When it comes to Maths there is no shortcut other then to practice. You will have to practice a lot and study regularly. Don’t loose hope just be focused while studying. To make things easier for yourself by learning all the formulas by heart. Be dedicated towards your studies. If you are finding maths hard then you can give little extra time like half or one hour to practice. Don’t keep any kinds of doubts as it is important that your basic concept are clear. I would recommend you to study from NCERT only. Practice as much as you can and you will score good marks for sure.

  30. Hii sir
    I m.trying my level best to get good marks
    Can you tell me some more method to study much more better and for how much hours should i study i m really tensed about board and also full course is coming plsz hlp

    1. Prof. Divyanshi Sharma

      Hi Shaiji. First of all, stop stressing. It is not necessarily urgent to study for hours but when you are studying, stay focused on what you are studying. Keep your goal clear by managing your time and by avoiding distractions.

  31. Suggest me advice to get 10 cgpa in class 10 2016 17 without any helpbook and any guide …….suggest me method to learn whole book …….plzz

    1. Prof. Divyanshi Sharma

      Hi Riya.
      First of all remember that nothing is impossible once you set your mind towards your goal. You have to be dedicated towards your studies and work really hard to score good marks. From the very beginning set a timetable and follow it, give equal time to every subject. While studying make important notes which will help you during exam. For subjects like Maths and Physics try to understand the concept behind every topic. Don’t keep any doubts. Also never forget to revise your chapters. Practice daily and work hard. You will score good marks for sure.

  32. if the student is week then how to scre good marks in english plzzzzzz help me this is my boars exam plzz help me I want 10 cgpa

    1. Prof. Divyanshi Sharma

      Hi Mahima.
      First of all you need to get this thought out of your mind that you are weak in any subject. Build confidence in yourself and be dedicated towards your studies. To score good marks in English always, try to answer according to the marks of the question. And always attempt that section first in which you are strong whether it is literature or grammar. In this way you will be able to attempt all the questions. Practice as much as you can. Practice from previous year paper and sample paper as, you will get the idea of important questions. Keep on doing hard work and you will score good marks for sure.

  33. Hello. The sample paper questions are more helpful. Thank u for providing previous year papers, so i am able to prepare for 10th Board Exams almost well. I need one more help, I cannot remember some portions I read in Social Sciene. What should I do. Plz suggest some methods.

    1. Prof. Divyanshi Sharma

      Hi Gautham.
      As you have mentioned you are facing problem in remembering the chapters of social science, this may bee due to the fact that you are not fully concentrating while studying. Always be focused when you are studying and practice by writing the important dates or events. Once you start studying this way it will become easier for you to remember. Keep on working hard and you will score good marks.

  34. Rahul Somashekhar

    hello prof. i solve many questions from maths refference book i work hard also fear while doing the problem i study for 2-3 hours but still get very low marks in exam can you please suggest any way to improve it? thank you.

    1. Prof. Divyanshi Sharma

      Hi Rahul.
      First of all you need to be confident. To obtain good marks in maths you must clear your concepts. You need to practice a lot and while studying always be focused. Keep on revising your chapters as, not much time is left for exams. Be dedicated and focus on those chapters in which you are confident that you can score good marks. Don’t forget the importance of formulas so, keep on learning them. Work hard and you will score good marks.

  35. Hllw guys I Am very lucky N ThaNks FOR thIS WEBSITE!!!

  36. Sir how many cgpa is required to get maths in class 11

    1. Prof. Divyanshi Sharma

      Hi Rahul.
      It depends upon the merit decided by the CBSE Board, so work hard, if you want to take maths as a subject in 11th standard, so try to score at least 7.6 CGPA, make a strategy to score such good marks. Try to solve as many sample papers and previous year question papers as you can solve, and be dedicated.

  37. I WANT TO KNOW HOW TO PREPARE FOR BOADS TO GET GOOD RESULTS.BOARDS FOR CLASS 10TH.
    I WOULD BE PLEASED IF ANYONE WOULD GUIDE ME..

    1. Prof. Divyanshi Sharma

      Hi Yeshu.
      First thing that you have to do is, you have to be calm, if you want to get good marks. Secondly, be dedicated towards each and every topic that you are studying. Whatever topic you study make sure to be clear with that and for that try to solve questions related to that topic from sample papers and previous year question papers. Time is less, learn time management. Set a proper strategy that till what time you have to complete one topic and work according to that only. Work hard, you will get good marks.

  38. i want to know how to prepare everything in a month

    1. Prof. Divyanshi Sharma

      Hi Saksham.
      Firstly determination is important. If you are determined for that thing then you can easily do that. So, just be focused, as very less time is left, utilize every single minute now. Practice as many sample papers and previous year question papers as you can, and try to clear your concepts by solving those papers. Be completely dedicated towards your studies, you will get good marks.

  39. I m not getting previous year paper of science……..

    1. Prof. Divyanshi Sharma

      Hi Hemang.
      You can get them from the link “Science”, provided in the above article.

  40. Hello sir I liked your all sample papers but sir I want all sets of 2015 board question paper please sir it’s a request sir.

    1. Prof. Divyanshi Sharma

      Hi Harsh.
      You can easily get them from the links “Hindi”, “English”, “Mathematics”, “Science”, “Social Science”, provided in the above article.

  41. Hello sir I am Rituraj .i am not able to understand from which subject I start my preparations .maths or science or any of the five subjects

    1. Prof. Divyanshi Sharma

      Hi Rituraj.
      We recommend you to get clear with those concepts first for which you are 100% sure that you will easily get them, then go for difficult ones. But make sure, whatever you study, you are getting clear with those concepts. Work hard, you will get good marks.

  42. hello sir,
    I am priyasweta,this year I will give cbse class 10 school board exam. My question is school based exam good or board exams?actually I did have the board exam option in my school,and in science how do we practise the diagrams?for eg – ray diagrams.
    And also suggest some tips how to score better in these exams.

    1. Prof. Divyanshi Sharma

      Hi Priyasweta.
      You should go for board examination rather than home board, and we recommend you to practice each and every diagram thoroughly, to understand it better. Draw those diagrams and understand the concept behind, that how they are actually drawn, and to score well in your board examination, you will have to be completely dedicated towards your studies. Utilize each and every minute for the best and practice from sample papers and previous year question papers. Work hard, you will get good marks.

  43. Sir ,can you ask me if will read which book then I score better in maths

    1. Prof. Divyanshi Sharma

      Hi Kiran.
      Although all the books are good, it all depends upon you that from which book you are able to understand concepts more easily, so as hardly one month is left, we recommend you to go for either R.S.Aggarwal or R.D.Sharma, also we recommend you to practice from sample papers and previous year question papers to get more good marks.

  44. Prof. Divyanshi Sharma

    Hi Hariom.
    We are providing you with a link, you can get all the papers of SA2 from there.
    Download CBSE 10th Previous Year Question Papers – All Subjects

  45. Sir I want practice papers also

    1. Prof. Divyanshi Sharma

      Hi Zoha.
      We are providing you a link, from there you can get all the sample papers for practice.
      Latest CBSE 10th Sample Papers All Subjects PDF Download

  46. sir I want social 2016 question paper I was very tensed

    1. Prof. Divyanshi Sharma

      Hi Soorya.
      Don’t be tensed, we have provided you with the social science question papers in the link “Social Science” in the above article. You can get all the social science question papers from there.

  47. Hi Rajinder.
    We are providing you with a link, from there you can get all the papers for Social Science.
    Download CBSE 10th Previous Year Question Papers – All Subjects

  48. Sir,
    can you get me 2015 papers soon…?
    plz

  49. Thank u sir for giving us helpful papers but i also want solutions for these papers and thank u so much

  50. i have practised sst many times but i dont remember it what should i do in such a high time

    1. Prof. Divyanshi Sharma

      Hi Manjiri.
      You forget it because you are not well prepared, so keep on practicing thoroughly and with complete dedication. You will definitely get good results.

  51. Sir thank-you for providing these questions. But can I get 2016 questions of board.

  52. Sir, thank-you for uploading such useful questions but sir can I get the 2016 question papers for all subjects.
    I think that is only missing.

    1. Prof. Divyanshi Sharma

      Hi Barenya.
      Presently we do not have 2016 question papers. Our team is working over them. To get the best stay tuned.

  53. Divyanshu priyadarshi

    How I score more marks in board examination

    1. Prof. Divyanshi Sharma

      Hi Divyanshu. You need to read 11 Strategies To Score More Than 90% Marks In 12th Board Exam.

  54. Where can i get the solutions for the question papers of class 10 cbse. please help!!!

    1. Prof. Divyanshi Sharma

      Hi Akarsh. Right now, our focus is on class 12th CBSE. Stay connected with us and keep browsing here. We will soon update the material for class 10th also.

  55. thanks to this teacher to give clues to us .. i will try better in my life… thanks

  56. These question papers were very helpful to me. Thnx for these question papers!!

  57. These are very good sample papers and previous year question papers thanks to 4ono.com.

    1. Thank You Akash, we are happy to know that these practice paper helped you. Stay in touch as we will soon update this article with more practice paper.

  58. Prof. Rajeev Mehra

    Hey Semalaia4n, glad to know that we were able to help you through this article. Stay in touch as we will soon upload more papers to practice. And feel free to ask your queries.

  59. Prof. Rajeev Mehra

    Hey Pranav, the answer key for the given pdf is not available yet. But our team is working on it, and hopefully we will upload it very soon. So, stay in touch.

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