– Keep a separate list of important concepts and formulae to revise as often as possible.
– Master the applications of the formulae.
– If there are any doubts clear them with your teacher as soon as possible;don’t leave clearing of doubts till the last day.
– Study basic concepts from NCERT books and practice both examples and questions given in NCERT.
– Give extra attention to topics with higher marks weight age.
– Practice long answer questions.
– Practice questions from previous year papers, sample papers and model papers within the time frame you will have at the final exam.
– Create a study schedule, focusing on your weak areas but still giving time to brush up on already completed topics.
– Write out answers to get into the habit of answering questions in the required format.
– Make an effort to write answers neatly, and pay attention to details.
– Try to practice a variety of questions from different topics to gain speed.
Maths plays an important role in many fields; Physics, Accounts, Commerce and in professional courses such as Engineering. Studying Maths also helps improve logical and analytical thinking. The key to success is practice, practice and practice!
Maths is a subject where it is possible to easily score 100% marks. In addition to providing a solid foundation for further studies, studying mathematics will help boost your overall percentage.
1. Relations and Functions: 10 marks
– Relations and Functions: 5 marks
– Inverse Trigonometric Functions: 5 marks
2. Algebra: 13 marks
– Matrices: 8 marks
– Determinants: 5 marks
3. Calculus: 44 marks
– Continuity and Differentiability: 8 marks
– Applications of Derivatives: 10 marks
– Integration: 12 marks
– Applications of Integrals: 6 marks
– Differential Equations: 8 marks
4. Vectors and Three-dimensional Geometry: 17 marks
– Vectors: 6 marks
– Three dimensional Geometry: 11 marks
5. Linear Programming: 6 marks
6. Probability: 10 marks
Total: 100 marks