CBSE class 12th exams are just coming up, and there is a lot of ruckus about lastminute preparation tips, especially for exams like physics, chemistry, mathematics and biology because the exam pattern on these exams is quite tempting for students. CBSE want to test students mental growth through final board exams.
Not only that, but they also want to know how much you have learned through the entire year of class 12, based on your performance they are going to evaluate you.
Currently, things seem a bit cocky because of the Covid19 situation in our country (India). But soon everything going to be alright, and class 12th exams are going to be conducted normally.
So the point here is, you must not compromise on your studies and preparation for the class 12th mathematics exam.
How you will score in the class 12th maths board exam 2021? Scoring in math is quite difficult because class 12th math is more practical based than theoretical.
That's why a lot of students hold that it's hard to score well in class 12th mathematics. But that's not completely true, to some extent it is correct, but not fully.
There are a lot of topics in math that cause a headache like set theory, calculus, reverse trigonometry, differentiability, 3D e.t.c. Furthermore, you need to deal with all these topics because they are crucial for scoring well in mathematics class 12th.
You may be thinking of: what is the best time to start for preparation for class 12th maths exam?
The best time for starting your preparation is the month of April when your new sessions start, because at the start of the session you have all the time in your hand, which you will not be going to have at the end of the session.
If you start preparing in April 2021 then your chances of scoring 90+ in class 12th maths exams multiples, so it's better to start now.
Scoring full marks is not difficult in CBSE board exams, but it's not the same for all.
Those who are weak in maths must solve a lot of questions to improve their math scores, and those who're good at math must solve a good number of questions to maintain their scores.
After all, practice is the key.
So in this post, we will discuss 9 WAYS TO SCORE WELL IN CLASS 12th MATH BOARD EXAM in 2021. Some of you might be imagining that is 80+ is a good score.
Yes, of course, but you must know that math is the only subject in board exams that allows you to score full marks.
So take it seriously.
Presently, students are scoring full in almost every subject because of the increase in intelligence level and improvement in the resources. Now you're free to learn from anywhere, there are multiple sources from where you can learn class 12th maths.
Like;
1. YouTube channels.
2. Online coachings for class 12th math.
3. Online tutors.
4. Home tutors.
According to Schoolokay, the pressure of scoring well in class 12th maths is quite high, due to the long list of formulae, wide syllabus and complicated topics make math a horrifying subject for students. That's why a lot of students don't opt for math in class 11th.
Many of you definitely aiming for competitive exams like NDA, IIT JEE, and government college entrance exams. For all these exams you need maths because maths is a base subject. Even for exams like SSC, SBI PO, SBI Clerck, other bank exams, CAT, TET, MAT, for all toplevel exams you require math.
Therefore, you can't toll on math, as math is going to be your future deciding subject. You need to work on your math skills because a lot of students are working very hard to score well this year.
So, here are some helpful CBSE board exam study tips based on my personal experience, that may help you efficiently prepare for CBSE class 12th board exams this year.
So, here are some helpful CBSE board exam study tips based on my personal experience, that may help you efficiently prepare for CBSE class 12th board exams this year.
1. Analyse the topics and weightage of the syllabus
First, you need to go through the latest cbse marking scheme of class 12th maths exam, where you will find the weightage of different chapters of class 12th mathematics (as given below).
Chapters
of class 12^{th} math 
Marks

Relations
and Functions 
08

Algebra 
10 
Calculus 
35 
Vectors
and Three  Dimensional Geometry 
14 
Linear
Programming and Probability 
13 
Total

80 
The remaining 20 marks are for internals, those will be assigned according to the project work plus how you behave in your class.
It is highly recommended that students who are appearing for class 12th mathematics board exams this year, must start preparing from easy plus topics which have high weightage, because it will help you to cover topics fast, also going to improve your chances of scoring.
2. Prepare from NCERT books
A lot of students make this mistake, they opt for reference of class 12th books before going through their NCERT books, which is inadvisable. Because for scoring high in class 12 board exams, you must solve your NCERT books first.
Because NCERT books have a lot to offer in terms of Board exams. Even the questions asked in board exams are 100% from NCERT books.
Once you finished your NCERT books then you can opt for reference books of Math class 12th, like RD Sharma or RS Agarwal, whichever you like.
3. Focus more on formulas of class 12th math
Learning formulas is very vital and surely works for your CBSE class 12th maths board exam.
As you know that 90% of a math question depends on formulae, the rest depends on your calculation. That's why you must have a good grasp of formulas so that you can solve each and every question of your class 12th maths board exam.
All the topics have different formulas which apply to your class 12th math. You must learn all of them because the concepts of class 12 math, like trigonometry, algebra, and the number system, play an important role in exams like CAT, JEE, also in various other exams.
Therefore, you must focus on formulas because formulas are the starting point of any questions in class 12th math. The same goes for other classes.
4. Plan and then prepare
Your math exam is divided into sections and these sections are prepared based on marks.
For example;
1. Section A ( carries one marks questions).
2. Section B ( Carries two marks questions).
3. Section C ( carries 3 marks questions)
4, Section D (carries 56 mark questions).
From all sections D that 56 mark questions are the scariest because they can ruin your entire exam if you miss any question of it.
That's why first you need to prepare for 56 mark questions, most question in this section appears from topics like calculus, probability, differential equation, 3d and geometry.
5. Cover easy chapters, at last, to score high!
Some students come to me with this kind of questions on Quora, what I need to do first for my math exam?I suggest they need to finish the easy chapters first, within time.
Once you are done with easy ones then you can move to difficult ones, lend them as much time as possible. After all, hard topics always appear in 56 mark questions.
Why you need to solve easy chapters first?
Because it will boost your morale. Moreover, if you attempt to solve the difficult chapters at first you will end up losing too much time, also it will demotivate you to some extend. So it's better to not get demotivated during your exams.
Some student skips hard chapters, considering it's not their cup of tea, don't do that mistake, because it will cost you your grades.
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6. Solve previous year question papers
Previous year question papers play a vital role in your preparation, so you must consider solving at least 5year question papers for your board exams.
7. Leave rote learning.
Remember this, math is not something that you can learn, only formulas of math are learnable, not solutions.
I have seen students try to memorize solutions, which is kind of wrong, you should avoid doing that because it's a waste of time.
Why?
Because the values of questions are changed in the actual math board exam. They are not always similar to NCERT book questions. So, it's better to practise questions instead of memorizing solutions.
Try to understand the fundamentals and concepts; Usually, all questions are based on some concept, once you get the concept you can solve any question.
8. Self Evaluate
Selfevaluation works for everything, even for your personality development. Selfevaluations allow you to know your actual stand means (where you stands in terms of studies and preparation).
Once you are conscious of your stand, then, you can raise your stand. The same goes with your preparation, you need to honestly self evaluate yourself.
Suppose, you feel you're going to score 50% in the class 12 maths exam. Just know that fact and start your preparation, I am 100% sure you prepare honestly you'll score better.
On the other hand, if you keep lying to yourself that it's easy to score in class 12th maths exam, even after knowing your actual stand, it's not going to work.
So it's better to check your progress daily by solving a mock or 1020 questions daily.
9. Solve mock test daily
Most students ignore this fact, solving mocks improves your scores in class 12th maths board exam, because of various reasons sometimes due to overconfidence.
They just avoid solving mocks and end up not having the proper speed of saving questions. You need to understand this solving mocks daily is very vital for your board exams; Especially for your class 12th math exam.
Mock solving benefit you in many ways; As given below.
BENEFITS OF SOLVING MOCKS DAILY FOR YOUR BOARD EXAMS.
 Increases your speed of solving questions.
 Increases your calculation speed.
 Improve your performance in class 12th maths exams.
 Increases your confidence in attempting your paper.
 Obviously, your scores will improve.
So don't repeat the same mistakes like everyone.
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10: Time management and presentation
Full and final advice on time management and presentation matters a lot. How you use the starting 15 minutes of reading decides your scores.
It's better to use those 15 minutes to mark the questions in the following order;
1. Questions you will solve first ( Are the questions you're 100% sure of).
2. Questions you are going to solve after that ( are the questions you're not completely sure about).
3. Questions you think don't you know answer ( solve them in the last).
You should do that because it saves your time. Also, it enhances the chances of score good in the class 12th maths exam.
Conclusions;
Remember this does not have any kind of pre assumptions and misconceptions about the board math exam. Also, do not fear your exam based on false info.
Board exams are easy when you're well prepared.
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