CBSE Class 10 Maths Exam 2019: Things to do before wrapping up the exam preparations
After studying hard all through the year, the time has come when students will be tested under CBSE Board Examinations. Class 10 students will be writing their Maths board exam tomorrow, 7th March, 2019. Most of the students feel nervous before it and it is quite normal. Here, we have some important tips for all class 10 students to wrap up their last minute preparations and calm their nerves before the exam.
Things to Do Before the Exam:
- Go through all important formulas, concepts, theorems and identities.
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- Solve the latest CBSE Class 10 Maths Sample paper in examination like conditions. It will not only boost your self-confidence to attempt the board exam but will also teach you the concept of time-management
- Get all your doubts cleared before the exam.
- Do a quick revision of the chapters carrying high weightage for CBSE Maths Exam, like Algebra, Mensuration, Trigonometry and Statistics.
- Avoid learning new concepts or practicing new questions. This might lead to confusion and increase stress before the exam. Instead, revise only what you already know.
- Practice the NCERT questions and examples based on important topics. Remember, you might get questions outside NCERT textbooks in the Maths paper but the pattern to attempt the answer remains the same.
- Avoid late hours study in the night before the exam and take at least 6 to 7 hours sleep to keep your mind fresh and relaxed for the exam day.
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Things to consider in the examination hall:
Here we are briefing a few important things which students must keep in mind and work according to them while writing the exam.
- Read all the questions with full concentration.
- Carefully read the directions/instructions given for each problem and pay attention to the mathematical operators such as sum, difference, product, quotient, and others.
- First, attempt those questions which you are sure about. If you will spend too much time trying to solve a difficult problem then you may not have time to answer other problems later in the exam that you can solve easily.
- Do not skip any important step while solving your question as there is a criterion of step marking in the CBSE Exams.
- Use pencil and scale to draw the neat and clean figures or graph in the paper.
- Recheck all your answers to ensure that you didn’t make any simple, avoidable mistakes. Rechecking the your answers can sometimes help to recall other information that didn’t initially come to mind.
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To get an idea about the important topics students may check the following table where we have provided the chapter-wise weightage for CBSE Class 10 Maths Exam 2019. This chapter-wise weightage detail has been prepared after analysing the pattern in the latest CBSE sample paper for class 10 Maths.
CBSE Class 10 Maths Chapter-wise weightage:
Chapter Name |
Weightage |
1. Real Numbers |
6 |
2. Polynomials |
3 |
3. Pair of Linear Equations in Two Variables |
2 |
4. Quadratic Equations |
8 |
5. Arithematic Progressions |
7 |
6. Triangles |
8 |
7. Coordinate Geometry |
6 |
8. Introduction to Trigonometry |
8 |
9. Some Applications of Trigonometry |
4 |
10. Circles |
3 |
11. Constructions |
4 |
12. Areas related to Circles |
3 |
13. Surface Areas and Volumes |
7 |
14. Statistics |
7 |
15. Probability |
4 |
Know here the detailed exam pattern and question paper design for Class 10 Maths Exam 2019
Important Note: In CBSE Class 10 Maths Exam 2019, there will be an increase in total number of internal choices. An increase in the internal choice of approximately 33 percent in all the sections and for each type of question will be employed. Having more choices in the paper, it will be beneficial for students to attempt those questions which they know correctly.
Though it is quite obvious for Class 10 students to become nervous and stressed about the tomorrow’s CBSE Maths Exam, a good revision and exam writing technique can help to overcome the fear of board exams and score full marks in the Class 10 Maths Exam.
Wishing all CBSE Class 10 Students all the very best for tomorrow’s exam!
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