CBSE Notes for Class 10 Science

Class 10 is a crucial point for students in their education journey. Besides, the marks scored in the board exam, class 10 will also help students to choose the desired stream for their higher studies. So it is important for every student to study effectively and score good marks in the CBSE class 10 board exam. In order to help students to develop a proper study methodology and succeed in their exams, we are providing chapter wise CBSE Class 10 Science Notes. Students should go through these notes and refer them while studying.

The CBSE class 10 Science notes include detailed explanations along with illustrative examples, solved questions, as well the sample questions for students. The CBSE notes will seemingly help them to get a good grip and a clear insight into all the important concepts. The style and format used is very simple and is in a lucid manner making it easy for students to retain as well as remember each concept easily for a longer time.

Chapter wise CBSE Class 10 Science Notes

The class 10 science basically includes some important chapters like; Chemical reactions and equations, Electricity, Magnetic effects of electric current, Acids Bases and Salt, Control and Coordination, Reflection and Refraction of light, Carbon and its compounds, etc. In the table below we have provided the notes on all these topics. Click on the links below to access the chapter wise notes of class 10 science subject.

These notes will help student to understand the chapters in a better way. Moreover, these notes will work as a best revision resource during board exams. Apart from CBSE Class 10 Science Notes, we have also provided the important questions and sample papers to make students prepare completely for the board exams in the table below.

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Practise This Question

Match the correct options in reference to Salivary glands :

Column IColumn IIi. Parotid glanda. Lingual lipase and starchii. Submandibular glandb. Duct of Rivinusiii. Sublingual glandc. Stensen's ductiv. Salivad. Wharton's ductv. Ptyaline. pH 6-7