CBSE has released the official notification of the board exams which are due to start from February 15, 2023. With boards buzzing around the corner and students with night lamps on, no student wants a stone to be returned, no concept remains to be deciphered. Diving into mind-boggling questions and doubts that students face during the peak time of their year, board exams.
Since mathematics is a practical subject, it requires a paraphernalia of theorems, axioms and proofs that require a lot of practice. Sourabh Sablok, Area Academic Manager at BYJU Tuition Center, will help you pass the exam easily.
Know the program: Passing the mathematics exams requires knowing the syllabus by heart, above all The step to climb the ladder of good grades is to know the program, the weighting of each lesson. Students should cover all relevant topics and concepts by making a proper study plan and instilling it into your daily routine.
Be thorough with the review template: Considering the board exams, the paper will be 80 points with 38 questions in all. The the format will include 20 multiple choice questions including 2 statements and reasoning, 5 questions of 2 points each, 6 questions of 3 points each, 4 questions of 5 points each and 3 case studies of 4 Markers. The weighting given to chapters such as Triangles, Trigonometry, Statistics and Pair of Linear The two-variable equation accounts for approximately 50% of the total marks.
Solve examples of papers: Solving sample papers is the key to understanding the demands of the board and what type of questions that it frames. Give tests every week and then analyze them properly to find out which concepts you need to spend more time on. Write down the synopsis of the main chapters and make a list of all the formulas. This will be useful for undertake several revision sessions. Before the day of the exam, he will help you run through the entire program at once.
Study material suitable for you: NCERT is the Bible, make sure you practice NCERT related questions and have them in your guidance. It is also advisable to go through each of the worked examples mentioned in the book.
Make your own schedule: Set your own timetable, where the child must know how to manage time between different subjects. Allow at least 2 hours of math a day to keep regular practice intact. Regular practice of math problem solving will help you ensure a firm grip on the concepts. Moreover, it instills a sense of confidence when you come across similar issues or questions during the exam.
Practice Practice Practice: Math is about applying formulas, practice as much as you can, so you have the formulas at your fingertips. Once you are done with NCERT, practice from additional resources such as copies and sample documents. The key here is not cramming but understanding the concept, as long as you understand it you are free to solve any question you face.
Response Writing Tips: Remember to write the answers according to the notes, the notes and the bandwidth of the answers must be proportional. More brands increase bandwidth. In case of geometry questions, draw the appropriate figures and label them correctly. In case of graphical questions, do not forget to mention the axis. Above all, don’t forget to mention the units at the end.
Management of time: All this knowledge without good time management can go in vain. Time management is your ultimate key to passing math exams. You should prioritize time based on the weighting of each question.
Try to solve 1-point questions in 1-2 minutes, 2-point questions in 2-4 minutes, 3-point questions in 5-7 minutes, and 4/5-point questions in 5-8 minutes.
Some quirky tips
1. Try to solve questions without any guide or solution booklet near you, star the questions you are able to solve on the first attempt, then when it’s time to revise for the exam , review only the questions you were unable to answer. solve on the first try
2 On D-Day, which is the day of the exam, practice a few questions before entering the exam room, in order to inculcate a sense of application and critical reasoning.
3. After the exam is completed, revise it, check the calculations as they form an essential part of your assessment.
Prioritize your mental health: In the middle of the competitive scenario, where everyone wants to be a winner in the race, your physical and mental well-being should be a priority, because if you are not mentally healthy, it could affect your long-term performance.
● Sleep on time. Eat healthy and stay nourished.
● You can also do yoga or meditation to keep your mind and body in sync.
On a friendly note this is a phase that every student has to go through and eventually how a piece of carbon turns into a diamond, just because it doesn’t crumble under pressure it’s to put that stress into words review may be real, but how they turn into diamonds and eclipse the world is up to you.