ICSE Class 10 Maths Previous Year Question Papers

For every student giving the ICSE board exam 2016 for class 10 , referring at least the previous 5 years question papers is imperative. The class 10 ICSE board exams prove to be an important point in a student’s life as the result of this exam will become a point of reference for all institutions in future. If a student wants to study the stream of his choice , it becomes essential that he obtains an adequate score so as to satisfy the requirements of his preferred stream. Hence , each student should see to it to leave no stone unturned in the preparation for this exam .

Answering the previous year question papers as a part of class 10 board exam preparation , has always proved to be a sure-shot method to improve your scores in a big way. Students have always utilized this technique, as it helps them in the following ways:

  • Gives students an idea of the type of questions that can be asked
  • Gives students an idea of the weightage of each chapter in the subject
  • Helps students prepare for long and short answer questions, accordingly
  • Gives students an idea of the percentage of theory and numerical questions in the exam
  • Helps students to revise topics , few days before the exam when time is limited , as per the significance of each topic

Hence , in short , solving previous year question papers is of immense advantage for students preparing for the board exams.

As far as Maths is concerned , students can understand what type of problems , both long and short ,derivations , etc have to be given importance to by referring the previous year question papers. Maths is a subject that holds a lot of importance , and scoring well in Maths will help the students to academically achieve a lot in future.
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Practise This Question

The radius of a circle is 7 cm and it forms a sector by rotating through 60. Then, the radius gets doubled and further moves 30 to form another sector. What is the area of the total region covered by the radius? ( Take π= 227)