Class 10 CBSE Term 2 Maths Exam to Be Held on May 4, Check Preparatory Tips & Guidelines

According to the schedule shared by the Central Board of Secondary Education, the Class 10 Maths board exam is going to be conducted on 4th May, 2022.

The marks weightage for each and every unit is provided in the CBSE Class 10th Maths curriculum. The class 10th Syllabus remains as it is, with no removal or new changes, as announced by CBSE. For both terms 1 and 2, 50% of the curriculum is equally divided.

The Term 1 examination was objective, whereas the Term 2 is going to be descriptive, and the students must prepare themselves accordingly.

Check out CBSE Class 12 Maths Term 2 syllabus for the upcoming board exam on May 4th, 2022.

Things to Keep in Mind for Your Upcoming Board Exam

  1. Before filling out the answer sheet, students must read the instructions carefully.
  2. The students’ details must be written in clear handwriting, and don’t forget to mention the number of extra sheets taken during the exam.
  3. Don’t forget to carry your admit card.
  4. Refrain from making mistakes to avoid the usage of whiteners.
  5. Read the question paper first and make a list of the questions you want to attempt first.
  6. Keep your geometry tools for questions that require you to construct figures.
  7. Revise your theorems and formulas before the exam.

As per CBSE academics, the time limit to finish the examination is two hours. The question paper will have three sections, Section A, B, and C. Sections A and B will be short answer questions, and Section C will be long answer questions. Section A will consist of six questions of two marks each; Section B will consist of four questions of three marks each, and Section C will consist of four questions of four marks each.

Revision Tips for Class 10 Term 2 Math Exam

  1. Practice Geometry for accuracy in Construction based questions.
  2. Make a formula card for revision where you segregate Algebra, Trigonometry, and Mensuration so that you don’t jumble formulas for different questions.
  3. Statistics and Probability have repetitive questions from previous years (Like questions with Cards or Coins situation)
  4. Practice formulae-based and non-formulae-based questions to find your own mistakes and then work on them.
  5. Solve a few CBSE sample papers before the final exam to evaluate your preparation.
  6. Make a schedule and sheet to review the whole syllabus.
  7. Practice writing answers in the form of steps because, in CBSE, step-marking is done.


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