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How to Score 100 in CBSE Class 10 Maths 2021 Board Exam

  1. As the question paper of the board examination is always based on NCERT, therefore first complete the entire syllabus from the NCERT Class 10th Mathematics textbook to understand the concepts of each and every chapter.
  2. Write all the concepts formulae and statements of theorems on sheets for quick revision.
  3. The unit which carries more marks in the question paper should be given more time to practice.
  4. After completing the entire syllabus from the NCERT textbook, complete my MLL study materials for Standard based Exam and then go through any of the authors like RD Sharma, RS Aggarwal etc. It gives a broader view of the questions to be asked in the paper. Moreover, it provides more questions to the students to do practice.
  5. After completing the revision work, solve CBSE Sample paper for Standard Board Exam.
  6. Start from Section-D (4 marks questions), then Section-C (3 marks questions), then Section-B (2 marks questions) and lastly Section-A (1 mark question).

The suggested time management for section wise is given below which may vary for each student:

SectionTotal QuestionsTime per QuestionTotal marks in SectionClock Time
Section – D66-8 minutes2410:30 AM11:15 AM
Section – C85-6 minutes2411:15 AM12:00 NOON
Section – B62-3 minutes1212:00 NOON12:20 PM
Section – A201-3 minutes2012:20 PM1:00 PM
Hard and left over questions1:00 PM1:15 PM
Revising time1:15 PM1:25 PM
Arranging time1:25 PM1:30 PM
  • Attempt all sample papers provided by tesTopper and Practice all MCQ’s as test using the above suggested time management by fixing time for each sample as 2 hrs 45 minutes. Doing enough practice of sample papers boosts the level of self confidence of the students.
  • Practicing the sample papers also teaches the concept of time management to the students. I am sure that this exercise will help you to complete your board exam in 2½ hrs.
Text Box: POINTS TO REMEMBER IN THE EXAMINATION HALL:
  1. Read the question paper with full concentration. Use the first fifteen minutes carefully and effectively by going through the question paper at least twice and marking all the questions which seem difficult and leave them for last.
  2. First; attempt those questions which you are sure about starting from Section D to A.
  3. Understand the worth of each question. Never spend too much time (5-10 minutes) on 1 or 2 mark questions. If you don‘t know the solution for a particular question, leave some space for that question.
  4. Answer sheet should be neat and clean. Rough work should be done on the same page by drawing a margin. Do not cut the rough work if you could not get the answer. Partial marks may be given for time work done. Avoid overwriting.
  5. Use pencil and scale to draw the figures. Never draw a figure with the use of a pen.
  6. Don’t leave any question un-attempted. Write down anything you know about the question even if it is wrong. There is no negative marking so attempting a question, even if you don’t know the answer completely, will not hurt.
  7. Never lose your patience during the exam. If you do not know the answer to any question, do not lose your patience. After completing the familiar questions lake a long breathe and think about the concepts involved in that particular question. This will definitely help you to recall some steps of that question.
July 26, 2020
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