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CBSE SAMPLE PAPERS (MATHEMATICS)- CLASS X AND XII

Dear All

By this time, I hope that you must have gone through the last year Question Paper and the Sample Papers released by CBSE.
I am providing here the links for the same for your ready reference.

CLASS X (MATHEMATICS)

Sample Papers (1,2 and 3) with Solutions

HOTS Questions

HOTS by KVS MYSORE REGION

HOTS BY KVS DELHI REGION

HOTS BY KVS CHENNAI REGION

Question Bank by DOE


CLASS XII (MATHEMATICS)

Sample Papers (Released for 2009 Exams) here

Sample Papers (Released for 2010 Exams) Part 1 Part 2

HOTS by KVS banglore region

HOTS by KVS

Question Bank by DOE : For Commerce Students For Science Students

NOTE: For all other subjects visit official site of CBSE .
Last Year CBSE Question Papers, click here.
For all other subjects: Question Bank By DOE, click here.
For class IX and X , Sample papers for SA2, click here.

Sample Papers by DOE - Class X and XII with Study Tips

Dear Students

You must be now preparing for your board exams .
There are some tips and tricks that will help you a lot in preparation for the board exams. How many subjects, you touch for on daily basis and how much time you give for a single subject. What is the way of your preparation, these are some points which plays very important role in getting and scoring good marks in the board exams. Let’s talk about how to prepare:

Try to study at least four subjects out of total five per day. This will keep your memory sharp for all subjects. Then spend one and half an hour for a single subject. It means, you have to give six hours daily for your all four subjects. But don’t study continuously.

Here are a few tips that may help you reduce the exam stress:

Believe in yourself.
You are capable of passing the exam. You wouldn't have been given a place in the class or on the course if you didn't have the ability to do it.

Don’t just worry – take action!
If you don't understand some of your course material, getting stressed out won't help. Instead, take action by seeing your course tutor or asking your class mates to help you understand the problem.

Don’t put yourself under too much pressure
Aim to do your best but recognize that if you think that "anything less than A+ means I've failed" then you are creating unnecessary stress for yourself.

Take a break.
As soon as you notice you are losing concentration, take a short break – go for a walk, talk to a friend or just listen to some music. Then you will feel refreshed and able to concentrate on your revision again.

Don’t get tensed, it can result in forgetting things that you know very well. Keep studying with fresh mind every time after you take break. Studying in morning is very beneficial as compare to late night study. Studying in morning can be quite difficult but soon you will get habitual for that and you will find more interest in studying.

If you will study like this I am sure you will definitely get high marks in your all exams, CBSE board exams and all other competitive exams.

Click here to download Sample Papers (Class X) released by Directorate of Education (DOE).
For class XII Sample Papers and other related material, visit my school's blog.

In case any doubt, do feel free to write and give your comments, views and suggestions.

ALL THE BEST

Solve it - Question 9

Dear All

Due to some unavoidable circumstances, i was not able to blog for many days. Really missed it!
Anyways, I have a problem for you .Try it...

Sumit went to the shopping centre to buy supplies for his mathematics project. He spent half of what he had plus Rs. 2 in the firts shop, half of what he then had left plus Rs. 1 in the second shop; half of what he then had left plus Re. 1 in the third shop and, in the fourth shop half of all he had left. Three Rs. were left over. How much money did he start with?

ANSWER:
Have fun and enjoy mathematics.

Orientation Program - class IX about CCE

Dear All

On 7 November 2009, an orientation program for class IX about Continuous and Comprehensive Evaluation (CCE) was organised in the school.
Parents of the students studying in class IX were invited for the same. Parents were addressed by Principal Sir, Vice-Principal Ma'am and me. The basic idea was to create awareness among parents about the new evaluation system, which we will be followed in our school for class IX and then will be continued till class X.

I was a part of the school's team which attended a teacher-training workshop organized by CBSE for the same. It was really a wonderful experience to share the acquired knowledge with all.

For more details you can visit school's blog.

Believe it or not - 12

Dear All

The study room of the famous mathematician Sir Isaac Newton (1642-1727) in the Royal Society which had not been used after his death, was made available to Ramanujan (1887-1920), the greatest Indian Mathematician. He was the first Indian to be elected to be coveted fellowship of the Royal Society of England.