## Are you appearing for the Class 10 CBSE Board Exams? Students CBSE Board Exams 2020 Time Table is out now. The board is going to conduct a Class 10 CBSE Maths Exam on 12th March 2020.

As per their official notification, this time CBSE Exam Pattern 2020 is having slight changes.

Although Maths is considered to be one of the highest scoring subjects in class 10 and there are about 60% of the students who don’t like the subject much.

Students consider CBSE Class 10 Maths is a difficult subject to score high marks. But you need a well-organized preparation plan and more practice to ace mathematics exams. This will happen when you have the determination and complete perseverance.

Also, it helps in improving student’s analytical abilities, reasoning and decision making. The most important skill that should have in you is a smart way to approach problems. Let’s see how to solve maths sums easily & quickly. Click here to see more information related to exam pattern & preparation tips.

**CBSE Class 10 Maths Basic & Standard Question Paper Pattern**

Maths Basic Marking Scheme for Class 10 CBSE Board Exam

Name of the Section |
Section Description |
Number of Questions |
Marks per question |

A | Objective Type Questions | 20 (1-20) | 1 |

B | Very Short Answer Type Questions | 6 (21-26) | 2 |

C | Short Answer Type Questions | 8 (27-34) | 3 |

D | Long Answer Type Questions | 6 (35-40) | 4 |

Maths Standard Marking Scheme for Class 10 CBSE Board Exam

Name of the Section |
Section Description |
Number of Questions |
Marks per question |

A | Objective Type Questions | 20 (1-20) | 1 |

B | Very Short Answer Type Questions | 6 (21-26) | 2 |

C | Short Answer Type Questions | 8 (27-34) | 3 |

D | Long Answer Type Questions | 6 (35-40) | 4 |

**How to Solve Class 10 Maths Problems Accurately?**

- Maths is all about applying the formulas to solve the problem. Remembering the formulas for each & every concept is not like eating a piece of cake. The more you practice, the more chance to crack the exam.
- Firstly, jot down the concepts and formulas sheet from the NCERT Textbook or from our Formulae Handbook for CBSE Class 10 Maths.
- Try to memorize all the formulas thoroughly while practicing CBSE Class 10 Maths Sample Papers or Previous Question papers.
- Solve the sums again and again and maintain a grip on the concept base.
- Recall all topics and formulae daily and practice Class 10 CBSE Maths MCQ’s for scoring highest marks in the board exams.

Mathematics can play the role of a nightmare to some students and fun for some. Either one can get it completely right or entirely wrong. However, this is the reason behind making the subject scoring.

### CBSE Class 10 Maths Formulas

Class 10 Maths Formulas constitute formulas related to Real Numbers, Polynomials, Triangles, Quadratic Equations, Statistics, Probability, etc. These Formulae help you to answer the questions more quickly and accurately. Here is a list of **Class 10 Maths CBSE Formulas Chapterwise**. You can pick them during your preparation and score max. marks in the Examination. Important Formulas from all the chapters that are useful in your calculations prevail on this page.

**Chapter 1 – Real Numbers Formulas****Chapter 2 – Polynomials Formulas****Chapter 3 – Pair of Linear Equations in Two Variables Formulas****Chapter 4 – Quadratic Equations Formulas****Chapter 5 – Arithmetic Progressions Formulas****Chapter 6 – Triangles Formulas****Chapter 7 – Coordinate Geometry Formulas****Chapter 8 – Introduction to Trigonometry Formulas****Chapter 10 – Circles Formulas****Chapter 12 – Areas Related to Circles Formulas****Chapter 13 – Surface Areas and Volumes Formulas****Chapter 14 – Statistics Formulas****Chapter 15 – Probability Formulas**

### Mnemonics to memorize Maths Formulas

- Pay concentration to get formulas absorbed into your mind.
- Relax your brain as you can’t learn Maths Formulae under stress.
- Practice as many as possible as practicing on a regular basis helps you remember formulas.
- Try understanding the basic concept of the formula so that you will get the sense of the formula.
- Try creating a story to learn everything so that you can remember the formulae in a particular order.

### How to score full marks in Maths

Many of us believe that to score high in Mathematics one should have an extraordinary brain. But this is not true. Maths is a subject which develops a rational thinking and a logical approach in a student. It is quite difficult for a student to fall in love with Mathematics overnight but here are a few tips to enhance your Mathematics score.

**Follow these during Preparation**

**1. Maintain a separate register for formulae, theories, and methods**

This subject is all about formulae, theories, concepts and you are always suggested to keep them handy. You can read them even when you are on the go. This practice is really useful when you are doing your last minute revision.

**2. Find solutions yourself**

It is good to go through various types of problems, but at the same time, you should also make sure that you solve them for yourself. It is easy to learn the theories and concepts but to learn their application is not that simple. So, if you want to score full marks in Mathematics, you need to solve each question by yourself, at least 3 to 4 times.

**3. Understand the Syllabus**

Having a clear understanding of your syllabus and weight to various sections will definitely help you to decide how much time you should dedicate to each section. For example, if you are aware that there will be a 5 mark question from a specific section, then you don’t have to spend too much time on such questions.

**4. Determine the areas of Improvement**

Realizing the areas where you need to focus more will definitely help you to score better. Solving sample papers, writing tests can help you to find those sections in which you need more practice so that you can improve the scores.

**Things to consider during Examination**

**5. Keep the exam paper clean**

You should keep in mind that the examiner has to understand every step of your answer and in most of the cases he would not be having much time to spend on a single answer. Avoid overwriting and cutting clean margins for rough work.

**6. Answer in steps**

Whenever you go through an answer, ensure to pay special attention to the steps that helped you to reach out to get the answer. You cannot simply write the answer and get full marks in Maths, so simply paying attention to the figures is a wastage of time. Instead of all this, learn to keep the steps involved. You will definitely secure some marks for each step.

**7. Attempt the Familiar questions**

Read the question paper thoroughly before you begin to solve the questions. It is very normal to get stuck on the questions which you are not aware of but simply remember that you have a stipulated time to attend the paper. In order to score high in Maths, you must attend the questions you know and then move on to the unfamiliar ones.

**8. Draw Graphs**

Using graphs and figures can help you to score more marks if you make them with concentration and neatness. For this, you will need a ruler and a sharpened pencil. These are some of the simplest things that you should not forget to carry as they play a vital role in fetching marks.

### CBSE Class 10 Maths Unit-wise Weightage 2019-2020.

UNIT No |
Name of the Unit |
Scoring Marks |

1 | Number Systems | 6 |

2 | Algebra | 20 |

3 | Coordinate Geometry | 6 |

4 | Geometry | 15 |

5 | Trigonometry | 12 |

6 | Mensuration | 10 |

7 | Statistics and Probability | 11 |

Total | 80 |

To give your best performance in Class 10 Maths Board Exams, make sure you are not afraid of the subject. Rather, make it a fun experience. The only thing that you should remember is that there are no shortcuts in Maths.

Exams play a vital role in a person’s life and feeling nervous before it is quite normal. However, if you prepare for it in the right way, then there is nothing to worry.

We at Version Weekly are there to help you in all your difficulties. Follow the above –mentioned tips and let us know how it helped you during exam preparation. Good luck for exams. Happy studying!