Tips to score better marks in class 11 Maths Exam

The exams that are conducted by the schools act as a stepping stone for our professional career. Class 11th examination is just about to start in a few days, and students are confused as to how to start preparing for the exam and score good marks in it. We have some useful tips to prepare for Class 11 CBSE exams which can help you to improve your performance and result.

Plan Accordingly

Student should start making checklist in the form of subject and divide the subjects into their respective chapters. Now you start focusing on topics in which you have a strong hold, practice as many exam based questions as possible. When you are finished with these concepts then start focusing on the chapters in which you are week. Firstly start making notes on these topics, then start practicing questions from previous year papers. Keep updating the chapters in the checklist so that you are aware of your daily or weekly progress.

Make Notes

Regular studies and completing your CBSE Class 11 Maths Syllabus on time wins you half the game. Complete your projects, assignments and practicals on the day they are assigned and get them out of your way. Start with easier chapters and gradually proceed to topics that you find more difficult. With basics brushed up, you will find that even the most difficult topics will melt down to simpler easier concepts.

Important Maths Topics from Each Chapter

Chapter Name

Important topics to focus

Sets

  • Concept of Subset, Superset and Power Set
  • Union and Intersection of Set

Relations and Functions

  • Cartesian Product of Sets
  • Concept of Relations
  • Real Valued Functions

Trigonometric Functions

  • Signs of Trigonometric Functions
  • Trigonometric Functions and their Graphs
  • Trigonometric Identities
  • Trigonometric Equations

Principle of Mathematical Induction

Student need to practice questions from this topic. In exams question is sureshot from this topic

Complex Numbers and Quadratic Equations

  • Modulus and Conjugate of a Complex Number
  • Polar Representation of Complex numbers

Binomial Theorem

General and Middle Term of a Binomial Expansion

Permutations and Combinations

  • Permutations when objects are distinct
  • Permutations when objects are not distinct
  • Problems on Combination

Linear Inequalities

  • Linear Equations in one variable
  • Problems on system of linear equations in two variable

Sequences and Series

  • Sum of n terms of an Arithmetic progression
  • Properties of Arithmetic Progressions and Arithmetic Mean
  • Geometric Progressions(Sum of n terms of GP) nth term

Straight Lines

  • Point Slope and 2 Point form of straight line
  • Slope Intercept form of straight line
  • Angle between 2 lines
  • Intercept form of straight lines
  • Distance of point from a line and distance between 2 parallel lines
  • Normal form of straight lines

Conic Sections

  • Parabola
  • Hyperbola
  • Ellipse
  • Circle

Introduction to 3-D Geometry

  • Distance between 2 point in 3-D Space
  • Section formula

Limits and Derivatives

  • Limit of a Polynomial and a Rational function
  • Limit of a trigonometric function
  • Derivative of a function
  • Derivative of Trigonometric and Polynomial Functions

Mathematical Reasoning

  • Implications
  • Negation of statement
  • Validity of “If and only if” and ‘If-then’ statements
  • Validation of a statement by method of contradiction

Statistics

  • Mean deviation for CFD(Continuous Frequency Distribution)
  • Variance and standard deviation of CFD(continuous frequency distribution)

Probability

  • Finding probability using complement of a known event
  • Probability of an event
  • Algebra of events and mutually exclusive and exhaustive events

Practise This Question

If z is a complex number such that z2 = (¯z)2,then