Ask NewsBytes
User Image

Is NCERT sufficient to score full marks in Maths?

Asked 2018-12-21 03:44:31 by Aryan

Answered by NewsBytes

Yes, NCERT is sufficient to score full marks in mathematics. To achieve your target, you must prepare each and every topic thoroughly and solve the sample papers on each topic separately. Always remember, one must first finish studying the NCERT books and then approach the other helping books.

Can you suggest some tips for board exam preparation?

Asked 2018-12-20 17:09:33 by Aadhya Kadam

Answered by NewsBytes

Some tips for board exam preparation: Know the complete syllabus. Create a study timetable for effective preparation. Focus on all subjects and topics. Prepare a revision plan; make notes of what you've studied. Identify your weaknesses and work on getting better. Solve sample papers and previous question papers. Maintain a record of your performance to understand how you can improve in every subject.

Has the CBSE announced 2019 board exam date sheet?

Asked 2018-12-20 17:09:33 by Ayaan Mistry

Answered by NewsBytes

The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) has not yet announced the exam time table for the Class 10 and Class 12 board exams to be held in 2019. CBSE is expected to release the date sheet for 2019 board exams in January. The exams are expected to be held in February next year.

How to score high marks in math board exam?

Asked 2018-12-20 17:09:33 by Rakesh Khan

Answered by NewsBytes

For math, you can score good marks with thorough understanding and regular practice. Prepare a proper schedule and work on your weaknesses. Practice and revision are very important for this subject. Instead of blindly mugging up formulae and theories, try to understand how to apply concepts, theories, and formulae. Solve previous years' math question papers and sample papers to analyze and improve your performance.

Will Class 10 Math board exam have two papers next year?

Asked 2018-12-20 17:09:33 by Pranav Pawar

Answered by NewsBytes

The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) is likely to come up with a change the Class 10 board exams in 2019. It may introduce two sets of question papers for mathematics exam where students will have the option to choose whether to answer a standard-level or the existing level mathematics question paper. They would have to make a choice while filling examination forms.

Related Topics

Trending Timelines