Tips for Mathematics of 12th class CBSE board
examination for 12th class for the students registered in the
schools under the board. The examinations are supposed to get started on the
first day of March and will continue till April 17th 2014. We wish best of luck to all the students waiting for their CBSE Board 10th Class Result 2015.
but it is also one of the highly scored examinations. All you need is to
practice the concept and get as much as you can. Letâs have a look on the marks
distribution of the mathematics subject of class 12. We wish best of luck to all the students waiting for their 10th Class Result 2015of CBSE Board.
- Relations and Functions will have 10 marks in
total. 5 will be for Intensive trigonometric functions and 5 from the Relations
- Algebra has 13 marks in which matrices will have
8 marks and the determinants will have 5 marks.
- Linear programming has the weight age of 6
- Probability questions will be of 10 marks.
- Calculus has the highest weight age of 44 marks.
Continuity and Differentiability (8 marks), Integration (12 marks),
Applications of Derivatives (10 marks), Applications of Integrals (6 marks) and
Differential Equations (8 marks.)
- Vectors and three dimensional geometry have 17
marks in total. 6 of them are for vectors and the 11 marks are for three
Lets get to the tips and tricks which are going to be very
helpful for you to score well in the examination.
- List down all the important concepts and the formula so that you can have the concepts refreshed.
- Know how to use those formulas and remove any
confusion if you have in your mind about their usage.
- NCERT books are great for the concept building
and solve the questions from them as much as you can.
- Mention your weak areas and give them proper
time and concentration.
- Prepare a schedule and strictly follow them.
- Mention the topics which have high weight age
and then give time accordingly so that you can score maximum.
- Practice as much as you can so that your writing
speed can increase.
- Keep an eye on the watch while going to solve
questions and know how much time it should take and how much you are using.
- Past papers are of great help. Solve the
previous papers of at least 5 years.
- Try to mention the pattern of papers from the
past so that you can have idea which topics are more important than others.
We wish all the students best of luck for your examinations
and the results.