The Secondary Education Central Board (CBSE) has updated the 12th Math test pattern. While the board used to do written examination in 12th Maths, it will now also award points for functional and design work as well. Previously CBSE used to have an evaluation of 100 numbers, but now it will have 20 realistic points and 80 marks.
This will be the trend, now students will be given 3 hours to do 80 marks of paper according to the updated test schedule. The question paper will be split into 4 parts of 36 questions. A, B, D, C. Section A will have a single mark of 20 questions. Section B will have 6 double-marked questions. Section C, with 4 points, will have 6 questions. Section D has four questions with six lines.
If you’re studying for the CBSE Maths exam, these tips will help.
Full Syllabus: You must first understand the basic principles and full the syllabus in order to score well in the CBSE Maths exam.
Practice every day for an hour: training in math is very important. Practice math every day for an hour.
Pay more attention to soft subjects: if in any field you are weak, then you should practice it more.
Simulation Test: Continue to take the test simulation. This will assist you in the pacing of the test.