CBSE Class 12th Maths Most Important Questions Chapter Wise PDF Download

According to my, you should go with the previous year questions of maths 12th CBSE, before going through important questions of mathematics chapter-wise. In this article, I have covered the most important questions for 12th CBSE Maths, which all have a great chance of coming to your board exam this year.

As you know that mathematics is the only subject in which you can score 100 out of 100 marks if you try, and once you develop an interest in it, then things will get so much interesting and fun.

Preparing mathematics is easier as compared to other subjects like physics and chemistry, because mathematics is totally based on numerical problems, and a number of questions in mathematics repeat every year. One can easily make an idea about the upcoming questions by solving the CBSE sample papers for class 12 Mathematics.

CBSE 12 Maths Most Important Questions Chapter Wise PDF

Here are the Well researched Maths chapter wise important questions for Class 12. Just click on the links given below to start your downloading, and hence start your preparations.

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Unit Topic Marks
I. Relations and Functions 10
II. Algebra 13
III. Calculus 44
IV. Vectors and 3-D Geometry 17
V. Linear Programming 6
VI. Probability 10
Total  100

Preparation Tips – You Should Follow

Hope you haven’t found any problem while downloading the pdf files above, if you do then please let us know by mentioning it in the comment box below.

So, here are some important tips, tricks, and suggestions which you should follow while preparing for mathematics for the board exams.

NCERT – the big thing

Complete the NCERT textbook first, this is very important to do. One should finish up with the NCERT book before going to some CBSE 12th PCM reference books. Most of the questions come directly from the NCERT textbook on the board exam.

If you will practice the maths previous year or sample papers then you will come to know that all the questions are from the NCERT books. The way of asking the question may be different, but no one can say that the questions are out of the syllabus.

The best thing would be studying complete maths NCERT including miscellaneous exercises.

Formula to learn Formulas

No need to mention that maths is all about formulas, you will find yourself in some situations where the questions are pretty easy to answer but since you don’t know the formula therefore you have to leave it. Therefore to avoid such situations you should learn formulas.

Learn each and every formula, this is a must step, and you must learn each and every formula. You can get 15 extra marks just by remembering the formulas.

Maintain a pocket diary, write important formulas on it and keep revising it until you become the master in every formula and derivation.

Mug them or understand them, does not matter how you learn the formulas, but if it’s maths you are preparing then you have to learn the formulas.

Practice it, reading won’t help

Practice mathematics and not read it, Most of the students does not practice mathematics, they just read it out and think that they can do well in exams. But this is not like that, you must practice even an easy question with full attention and focus.

It often happens in maths that students think they can easily solve the questions, but later when the questions show up in the exam, then their mind goes blank. The only thing they remember at that time is the picture of the question and not the method to solve it.

The Perfect time

Practice mathematics at night time, during free time in school, and not in the morning. Use morning time to learn the formulas.

We get sluggish in our free time, therefore, it is hard to practice other subjects like physics and chemistry as they can get boring, but maths is a subject that will keep you busy.

Also, at night, our body is exhausted and tend to sleep, but again maths will keep you away from sleep. Since at night time, the noise and disturbance are less, therefore it is easy to focus.

No loopholes

Find out your weak points and work hard on them, clear your doubts with your friends and teachers before it gets too late.

This mistake costs a lot to most of the students, if you are facing problems regarding some question or topic then you should clear it right away. Now don’t tell me that you have no one to ask because there is always someone that you can ask.

Life is going to be hard for you if you feel shy to ask for your teacher’s help. So leave that attitude right now and go clear your doubts by asking them to your teacher.

No sample papers, no 90+ for you

Do not let any sample and previous year paper go. Solve them with full focus, this will make you predict the pattern of the board exams. Do you know that you can secure extra 20% marks just by solving the previous year papers?

Don’t be afraid of chapters like Integration. Just find the previous years questions of integration and solve them and other questions of their type. Most of the questions from integration repeat every year. So don’t practice useless questions.

Your chances to score more marks increases if you do practice sample papers and practice papers.

Be brave

Last and most important, don’t fear mathematics, practice it just like other subjects. Just feel it is easy and then start your practice with all your determination and concentration, you will definitely win.

So that’s all I have to say, hope these tips will help you in your board exams. Please feel free to drop your comments if you have any complaints or suggestions or queries to make.

All the very best for your board exams.

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  1. Sir I have problem in relation and function and inverse trigonometric function

    1. Prof. Mohan Singh Rawat

      Hello Gaurav, you don’t need to revise the whole chapter. Just pick up the important topics and practice them. In Inverse Trigonometric Function you need to remember the important formulas.

  2. sir my self Satyam i m not studying a single chapter of math and there is only 4 month left to complete what can i do and how i start my study

    1. Hello Satyam, here is the related article you should read this: Preparation for Mathematics.

  3. helpful 😊

  4. mam/sir few days left for maths examination and I really don’t know even one chapter what should I do give me some suggestion so that I can at least score above 40

  5. Hi mam/sir thank you for the important questions but can I get a score of 70 plus after doing these all questions?

  6. sir there is only 16 to 20 days left for the board exams and i have still not done any serious revisions. Right now i am working hard to complete my revisions. There are chapters which i have not yet covered. What should i do? can u please give me some tips?

    1. Hello Siddarth,
      Your first priority should be to revise, so that you don’t forget what you have already studied. You can try to to cover the remaining topics once you are done with revision.

  7. Hello sir
    Are all these questions given in the PDF are board questions ?

    1. Hello Jay,
      We have tried to cover as many important questions from each chapter as possible. They will definitely prepare you better for board exams, but we do not guaranty that they will definitely come in exam.

  8. Can you please tell me the link from which I will get the solution of these important questions.

    1. Hello Nikhil,
      currently we do not have the solution for the important questions of maths. Therefore there is no such link available.

  9. Sir Derivation of theorems are important from 3d geometry

    1. Hello Naina,
      The questions asked in board exam from 3D geometry are mostly based on application of theorem where you need to use the formulas to get the result. But, if you have time, then you should practice the derivation as well.

  10. If my school staff, don’t give my admit card does it mean I can’t give class 12 cbse board? Is there is another way to take my admit card?

    1. Hello Adarsh,
      No if your attendance is upto the mark, then your school has no right to hold of your admit card. Once the admit card is issued by CBSE, then no one can hold your admit card. If your school still do so, then you can write to CBSE asking for the duplicate of the admit card, and also mentioning what your school did.

  11. Sir I want. To. Prepare for competitive exams. Which book I should prefer so that basic concepts of competition should get clear?

    1. Hello Ujjwal,
      There are lot’s of books available in market specially for competitive exams. R.D.Sharma is one of the famous books among students which is also good for competitive exams.

  12. do u have solutions for these questions ?

    1. Hello ATR,
      We do have solution for the important questions. If you are willing ti purchase the answer, then you can follow the link (just above the chapter 1 questions pdf) given in the above article.

  13. I had solved ncert once now only 3 month left I don’t know what to do.

    1. Hello Prashant,
      It’s great that you have completed NCERT. This means that you have completed the syllabus, now all that remains is time to time revision, and practicing lot’s of sample and previous year papers. We offer lot’s of study material like sample papers and previous year papers, you can download all of them for free. Just type in “cbse 12th previous year papers” in search box, and you can download the papers for free.

      Now that you have time, you can also consider practicing from reference books. All the best!

  14. these are imp ques, or the ones that had appeared earlier in boards

    1. Hi Siddharth,
      These important questions are from previous years papers.

  15. I am so mch scared of board exms.. as my ncert syllbus is so mch pending due 2 some prblm…
    Iam nt able 2 understnd from which chapters i should practice first …

    1. Hi Monika,
      First you need to keep your mind calm and then assemble your notes. Make a study schedule for you, take help from blueprint and start with easy one it will build confidence inside you. Follow your schedule sincerely, you will definitely get good marks.

  16. In pdf all questions are from ncert or not

    1. Prof. Rajeev Mehra

      Hello Pratyush,
      The question given in the above pdf files are mixed, i.e some questions are from NCERT and some from other sources.

  17. I want to crack IIT JEE exam but I’m confused which book I should study from NCERT or other competitive books. Please help me out.

    1. Hi Jyotish.
      When you are preparing for some competitive exam along with your board exams then it is always recommended to study from refreshers along with NCERT books. NCERT books are helpful when it comes to clear your basic concepts but for exams like IIT JEE you have to study deeply and practice all kinds of questions so eventually you will have to study from other books also. But make sure that you first complete your syllabus from NCERT books and don’t just practice excersice questions but also examples and miscellaneous questions also. Afterwards move to other books. We would recommend you to first focus on your board exams because that should be your priority at present. Practice from previous year paper and sample paper also. Be dedicated towards your studies and you will clear the exam for sure.

  18. Sir, I am very confused that from which book I should study the theory part either from NCERT or any other side book. If I study from side book then there is a kind of fear that I haven’t studied from the main book. How could I achieve my goal. Sir, I request you to please suggest me something as soon as possible.

    1. Hi Jay.
      If you are just focusing on your board exam not preparing for any competitive exams then we would recommend you to study from NCERT books. Make sure that all your basic concepts are clear. Practice as much as you can. NCERT book are most recommended to all the students who aim to score good marks in board exam. And don’t be afraid of anything just keep yourself focused and be dedicated towards your studies. Regular study is very important. Keep on doing the hard work.

  19. Hello sir can these questions help me to get 100 marks in maths. Does these pdf contain all the previous year questions? Please reply me.

    1. Prof. Divyanshi Sharma

      Hi Shard.
      Yes, the PDF files contain all the previous year questions. The marks that you will score in your board exams totally depend upon your hard work and dedication. These papers will help you a lot as, you will get the idea of important questions. But along with these papers also focus on NCERT books if you aim to score really good marks.

  20. Hi sir.. M in +2 and want to get 100/100 marks .so plz advised me that how I can do this ….and m without tuition m only believe in self study .According to u can we compete this only with self study….plz reply as soon as possible

    1. Prof. Divyanshi Sharma

      Hi Simran. It is good to know that you believe in self study. Surely, you can score a good percentage by studying regularly, keeping your focus, and by letting away all the distraction. Keep it up.

  21. Ma’am, I m facing problem in prabability.As it covers 10 marks ,
    how can i prepare this?

    1. Prof. Divyanshi Sharma

      Hi Prince. For probability, i always suggest students to go clear with their concepts. This is very important. While solving questions in the exam, be careful about cases of with replacement and without replacement. Good luck.

  22. Hlo sir i will try my best to do maths yet i can not able to get good marks . Sir what can i do . I really fear of mathematics plz help me sir

    1. Prof. Divyanshi Sharma

      Hi Vinay.
      Don’t get nervous. As, not much time is left for board exams practice from previous year exam papers and sample papers. They will give you the idea of important questions. Utilize your time by learning formulas during free time. It will help you a lot. Practice and keep working hard, you will score good marks.

  23. Is it enough to do only these q.s only….for my boards…??plzz help me out..

    1. Prof. Divyanshi Sharma

      Hi Keerti.
      Yes they will help you a lot, but try to solve all the sample papers and previous year question papers and make sure to get clear with all the concepts by solving these papers.

  24. Ma’am,I have just 20 days left for my exam.
    I have only ever solved the ncert once and haven’t been able to study properly because of health issues. I wanna score well.Can you please suggest me something? Is there still hope?

    1. Prof. Divyanshi Sharma

      Hi Anusha.
      Don’t get disheartened. Still you have some time left, utilize it for the best. Set a proper time table for yourself, and just be focused. Start practicing from sample papers and previous year question papers and make sure to get clear with each and every concept after solving those papers. Work hard, you will get good marks.

  25. Hello Sir, I have scored 83% in my pre boards in math after a lot of practice, and would like to bring that score up to a 95%, I have done NCERT but not very thorough with it, done some papers and also RD, with only a month left, what would you advice? Please help

    1. Prof. Divyanshi Sharma

      Hi Arpita.
      We recommend you to revise each and every topic thoroughly and practice from sample papers and previous year question papers too. Work hard, you will get good marks.

  26. Hello ma’am… As you know this year we are having our maths exam on 20th March… Till now.. I’m very bad at trigonometry and my calculas part… Will it be helpful to solve previous 10 years questions… Nd this is the peak time.. I don’t even have a great hope with mathematics.. Will I be able to score at least 50 above

    1. Prof. Divyanshi Sharma

      Hi Chetna.
      Yes you can get good marks by solving last 10 year question papers, but make sure to clear all your concepts, because nothing can help you till the time you are not clear with your concepts. So, work hard over your concepts. You will get good marks.

  27. Maan i might get confident after solving all of them but something always fears /bother me tell me how to deal such stress.

    1. Prof. Divyanshi Sharma

      Hi Aabidjamil.
      Don’t get stressed, as it is not the time of getting frightened of the topic. Keep yourself calm and practice those questions with full dedication. At first attempt you will fail, at second you will fail, but at third or fourth attempt, you will start finding a change within yourself, you will be able to solve those questions. Just be dedicated and keep on practicing with complete dedication.

  28. Hello mam!
    I face a lot of problem in solving the questions.I have solved the NCERT but still which formula should be used where? Confuses me! And is the only reason why i am not able to make my maths grade equal with my commerce subject’s grades.It effects my overall percentage too
    Please give me advice on how to improve this!
    It will be a great help to me

    1. Prof. Divyanshi Sharma

      Hi Sumedha. This is all due to lack of practice. May be, you have practiced a lot but there was lack of concentration. At this moment, when exams are around the corner, i would suggest you to practice by writing down the formula in each question.

  29. Prof. Divyanshi Sharma

    Hi Predimzz.
    Both the books are good, you can refer either of the two. But, as very less time is left, so, we recommend you to practice from sample papers and previous year question papers. Start giving 3-4 hours to your maths daily, and start practicing questions and likewise to others subjects also. Just keep on practicing. You will definitely get good marks.

  30. Hi, its Saurabh, sir/mam i am about 3 months away from boards how can i better my calculus? Its not just based on those formulas coz there are some particular solutions of some ques. Do i have to learn them😟

    1. Prof. Divyanshi Sharma

      Hi Saurabh. No, absolutely not. You don’t have to learn them. Just learn the formulas. Once, you will be done with them. Start practicing the questions. One time practice will not take you anywhere. Practice each and every question repeatedly until you get it from the core.

  31. The best ever thing that i had used for board exam preparation. Thanks a lot to those who made this website for us. Thanks a lot to the whole team.

  32. Sir, suggest any reference book, or any questions banks which contains 1000+ questions from each chapters for PCM class 12th CBSE.

  33. Thanks alot sir.
    Thanks for your support sir, lucky to have your tips before boards exams, your encouragement mean a lot to student like us. All i want your good wishes with me, for my maths exam and going through your important maths ques, Now.

  34. sir,
    I need kendriya vidyalaya question papers of different regions of chemistry, maths, biology.

  35. Hello sir,
    I just wants to know that, the questions that are going to come in this year cbse math exam 2016 will be hard like 2015 or average?

    1. Prof. Rajeev Mehra

      Hello! Raj,
      I am sorry, but one can never know how the cbse papers will be like. All i can tell you right now is that, you do your exam preparation well, this way not matter how hard the paper will be, you will ultimately score good marks.

  36. sir,
    Can i get cbse collection of sample paper for every subject.

    1. Hello Gokulanandhan,
      For the convenience of students, we have collected the sample papers of every subject at one place streamwise. Follow this link : Sample Papers. Also you can download previous year papers of all subject.

  37. Hi Sir,
    If I will practice these important questions thoroughly during my maths exam preparation holidays after chemistry exam, will I be able to score more than 85? please Reply.

    1. Hello Achal,
      The important questions are for those students who have completed their whole syllabus.
      So, if you are done with your syllabus, then these important questions can be really handy for you.
      You can take them as a source of revision, but do not totally rely on them.

  38. sir, can you tell me that by practicing the questions of the pdf files given here will help me to gain good marks?

    1. Hello Kartik,
      Of course if you practice the important questions well, then you will surely score good marks in your exam.

  39. Sir,
    Can you please provide us with the solutions? And, what would you recommend me to do if I have not started maths at all? Should I focus on important questions or CBSE previous year papers?

    1. Yes, if you haven’t prepared anything yet then you must go for imp. questions and previous year question as much as you can.

  40. Can you give me the solutions for important questions?

    1. No ritik, But soon we will update this page for the solutions, you can find these questions in some of refrence books and NCERT.

  41. Hello sir,
    I want to know chapter by marks, each of them not the blueprints.
    Basically the weightage of each chapter.
    Chpt.2 = 4 marks
    Something like this
    Thank You.

    1. Hi Abhyuday,
      You can check the blueprint of mathematics in which you will find the marking scheme as you are wanting.

  42. Sir, I want to know the subject chapter wise marks, give me some advice.

    1. Hello Ebungo,
      I think what you need to know is Blueprint of all the subject. Just follow the link and you get what you are looking for.

  43. How can I prepare in last days of exams? kindly give me some advice.

    1. Hello Anuj,
      In last days of exams, Revising your syllabus, and practicing sample papers and previous year papers is the best strategy.
      For more tips, you can follow this link : 11 strategy for board exams.

  44. Hello sir, just want to know whether compartment, improvement and regular board papers are same?
    can one be able to score 40+ if they do the questions mentioned by you above?

    1. Hello Fahad,
      No they are not same,
      Compartment exams are for those who fail in 1 or 2 subjects in regular exams.
      Improvement exams are for those who want to improve their percentage of class 12th or 10th, one can apply for these exams while pursuing further studies.
      Regular exams are the normal board exams.
      And of course you can definitely score 40+ if you really prepare all the important questions of all the chapters, then i am sure that you will go way beyond 40’s.

    2. Thanks a lot sir

  45. this is very useful site for student preparing for 12 board paper. thanks to you for your services to student.
    I failed to download english last year cbse paper.

    1. Thanks Yatish,
      You can download english previous year question papers easily, without having the trouble.

  46. This website is very helpful for board students.

    1. Thank you Sumit,
      Happy to hear that our efforts to help students are paying off. Our team is working on ways in which this site could be more helpful to students.
      It would be great if you give your suggestions on how can we make this site more useful to students. Waiting for your comment.

  47. Is any possible sets of questions in maths for cbse 12th for 2016.

    1. Rahul, Nobody can tell the answer to your question but the questions in this article given are important enough and collected chapter wise.
      You can solve them, also go for some previous year question papers nothing is important than previous year question papers.
      Thank you.

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