Mathematics is one of the scoring subjects in the Class 10 Board Examination. For some students, this subject is very manageable but for some, it plays the role of a nightmare. When the examination for Class 10 comes near, students often get worried and confused regarding their preparation. 

Mathematics is a subject that requires a lot of practice. With understanding the concepts, they have to learn formulas and practice solving many questions. Students have to study with full dedication if they want to score a good percentage in the Class 10 Maths Board Examination.

To take out the phobia of Maths from the student’s mind, this article delivers some effective study tips for the Board Examination of Class 10 Maths.

 

  • The CBSE Curriculum For Class 10 Maths.

The Class 10 Maths NCERT Book contains 15 chapters. The name of the lessons are given below:

  1. Chapter 1 – Real Numbers
  2. Chapter 2 – Polynomials

III. Chapter 3 – Pair of Linear Equations in Two Variables

  1. Chapter 4 – Quadratic Equations
  2. Chapter 5 – Arithmetic Progression
  3. Chapter 6 – Triangles

VII. Chapter 7 – Quadratic Geometry

VIII. Chapter 8 – Introduction to Trigonometry

  1. Chapter 9 –  Some Applications of Trigonometry
  2. Chapter 10 – Circles
  3. Chapter 11 – Constructions

XII. Chapter 12 – Areas Related to Circles

XIII. Chapter 13 – Surface Areas and Volumes

XIV. Chapter 14 – Statistics 

  1. Chapter 15 – Probability

Students have to be thorough with the syllabus before starting with their preparation. They have to study these chapters to prepare for their examination.

 

  • New Marks Distribution System.

The CBSE has announced that the Board Examination of Class 10 Maths will be conducted in two terms. Knowing the marks distribution will enable students to know which chapters are hard and which are easy. By this, they can get time to build their concepts more strongly.

  1. Weightage of chapters in 1st Term.
  2. Number System – 6 marks
  3. Algebra – 10 marks
  4. Coordinate Geometry – 6 marks
  5. Geometry – 6 marks
  6. Trigonometry – 5 marks
  7. Mensuration – 4 marks
  8. Statistics and Probability – 3 marks
  9. Weightage of chapters in 2nd Term.
  10. Algebra – 10 marks
  11. Geometry – 9 marks
  12. Trigonometry – 7 marks
  13. Mensuration – 6 marks
  14. Statistics and Probability – 8 marks

 

  • Class 10 Maths Board Examination Blueprint.

Pupils are also advised to see the blueprint of the question paper so that they can get an idea of how many questions are asked and what types of questions are asked.

The exam pattern is discussed below:

The question paper is distributed into two parts; Part A and Part B.

  1. Part A

This part comprises 20 questions. In Set 1 there are 16 questions of 1 mark each. The Set 2 of this part has 4 questions of 4 marks each.

  1. Part B

There are 16 questions in this part.

  1. The Very Short Answer section contains 6 questions of 2 marks each.
  2. The section Short Answer has 7 questions which are 3 marks each.
  3. The Long Answer section includes 3 questions of 5 marks each.

 

  • Adjust Your Time.

Before starting with the preparation, students must invent a schedule so they can use their time productively. This timetable will assist pupils to keep themselves on the right path and to achieve their daily goals. They should try to study easy chapters in less time so that they can focus on the difficult chapters. 

 

  • Notes Are Helpful.

Students should make short notes for vital formulas and important concepts while studying a particular lesson. These notes will help them during the time of revision. Also, students will be able to find all the formulas at one place. This will not create chaos and panic at the time of preparation.

 

  • Work On Mock Tests And Previous Years’ Question Papers.

After understanding each concept and solving each question of the NCERT book, students must aim to solve several sample papers. This will help them in doing self-evaluation. By practicing these papers, pupils get a hint of the exam pattern and enable them in knowing about their weak points or concepts.

 

  • Doubts Clearing Sessions.

The queries of Mathematics should not be kept for a long time. Students should try to solve their queries with reference books. They can also take their teachers’ help to clear their doubts or concepts. If they keep their queries unsolved till the examination, then it may result in less understanding of the chapter.

 

  • Stick To The NCERT Book Of Class 10 Maths.

The NCERT Maths book of Class 10 is the best course material for the preparation. This book is also suggested by the CBSE as the content of this book is created by professionals. Each concept of the chapter is explained in detail. Also, the NCERT questions will help students in making a strong grip on the chapters. 

 

  • Other Educational Resources.

Students can use other guidebooks to get various types of questions. After solving the NCERT book, pupils should solve various worksheets or questions from the reference books. These study materials will make their concepts strong and will boost their confidence in solving questions in the exam.

 

  • Group Study.

Students should study in groups as they can share and solve each others’ problems. But they have to choose the right friend circle so that these friends can help in studies instead of wasting time. This group study will assist students in clarifying their doubts too.

 

  • It’s Time For Revision.

After the completion of the course, students should revise before the examination day arrives. At the time of the revision, students should revise and concentrate on those topics which carry a maximum number of marks. They are advised to go through the notes of formulas so that at the time of examination they can recall them easily.

 

  • Properly Take Care Of Yourself.

Pupils should take care of themselves during the examination time. They should take small breaks while studying to keep their mind fresh. They should prefer to eat healthy food and do exercise to keep their body fit. They should take proper sleep of 7 to 8 hours so that they can focus on solving the questions during the exam.