CBSE class 10 Maths exam 2020: Important topics to revise

PUBLISH DATE 11th March 2020

As CBSE Class 10 Maths Board exam is round the corner, students must be anxious about the level of difficulty and the type of questions that may appear in Maths question paper.

Students have been proactively preparing for Maths exam for three months soon after the board announced the exam date. During these last few days, students must practice as many questions as possible to improve their accuracy and speed.

Eat home-made food, take proper rest, and do light exercises to stay both physically and mentally active. This will allow you to perform at your full potential in the exam. Our experts have enlisted a few last-minute minute preparation tips that will help you to have a rough idea about the CBSE Maths question paper.

Last-Minute Preparation Tips

After conducting a thorough analysis of the previous year papers, our experts have prepared the list of important topics, expected chapter-wise marks distribution, and general tips.

1. Chapter wise weightage

Below we have tabulated the list of chapters and their corresponding tentative weightage.

2. Important topics to revise in the last 2-3 days

  1. * Proving irrationality by contradiction method
  2. * Construction of similar triangles and tangents to the circle
  3. * Word Problems from Linear equations and quadratic equations
  4. * All five theorems (BPT, Area similarity theorem, Pythagoras theorem tangent to a circle, tangents from the external point)
  5. * Less than and more than ogive.
  6. * Frustum formulae and combination of solids

3. Tips to remember on the day before the exam

  1. * Avoid learning new concepts and stick to your NCERT book
  2. * Focus on important topics as per weightage.
  3. * Revise all the formulas and theorems thoroughly.
  4. * Avoid late-night study, especially a day before the exam.

4. Tips to remember during the exam

  1. * Utilize the first 15 minutes of your exam by reading the question paper carefully and make a plan accordingly.
  2. * In Mathematics, marks are allotted for each step. Therefore, write all the steps to score full marks.
  3. * Prefer calculating by writing in the rough column instead of doing the mental calculation.
  4. * Draw figures and graphs wherever required for better presentation.
  5. * Spare at least 15 minutes to re-check your solutions and calculations.

There is no need to panic for the exam as step-wise marking can help you perform better than your expectations. Do not leave even a single question unattempted; write formulae, draw diagrams, and write theorems to get some marks for every question. Lastly, do not forget to carry your admit card and stationery before leaving for the exam.

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