Two math papers are issued to 10th grade students by the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE). It covers Simple Mathematics (Mild Question) and Modern Mathematics (Hard Question). Mathematics had to be used in both of these.
Now, when the exam form has been filled out, 70 percent of Bihar’s students have selected basic math. One lakh 10,000 students filled out the exam form in Bihar, according to the board. Of these, approximately 90,000 students chose basic mathematics. Only 30% of students choose traditional mathematics. Students are often afraid of mathematics, it is understood. There is a doubt in them that the outcome will be ruined if successful marks are not scored in mathematics. Therefore, before the math exam, students are very nervous. In view of this, in the 10th Board Review of the 2020 session, CBSE changed the subject of mathematics. Students have been granted in this
Two math papers were issued in choice 9 and 10. Just 30% of students have preferred traditional mathematics. One lakh ten thousand students filled out the exam form for three years, the most challenging is the 10th grade math paper. To relieve pressure against mathematics, this choice is offered. But the students are also scared. There’s more students studying basic mathematics. Sanyam Bharadwaj, Examining Director, CBSE.
Mathematics question remains daunting Speaking about the last three years i.e. 2017, 2018 and 2019, the paper on mathematics remains the most difficult in all CBSE 10 subjects. Many students ‘ grades are declining because of their low marks in mathematics. In 2018, math paper was also leaked. Despite this, mathematics was re-testedin states such as Punjab, Haryana, etc. According to the board, if students fail after taking standard mathematics, then they can take a compartmental exam of basic mathematics. Because once students make a mistake, compartmental would give them a chance to fix it. But the students did not accept this board choice.
LOC (Candidate List) was packed with LOC 2020 participants. On 30 September, the LoC will be complete. Currently, as seen in the LOC, 70 percent of the students have preferred basic math. Some students themselves want to take the board exam for basic mathematics. Coordinator of CBSE Patna City Rajeev Ranjan said that mathematics is difficult for most children. Kids have selected basic mathematics for this purpose.