CBSE Previous Year Question Papers Class 12 Maths with Solutions
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According to the date sheet released by CBSE on the official website, CBSE Class 12 theory exam is to be held on 15th February 2020. The Exam will be conducted from Feb 15th to March 30th 2020 of all the subjects in Class 12. The schools and institutions were instructed to conduct the practical exams/internal assessment between Jan 14th and Feb 7th 2020. Admit cards will be issued by the first week of February. The order of the chronology of the subjects in CBSE 2020 exam date sheet is dependent on the number of students appearing for the exam. The announcement of CBSE result can be expected in the first week of May.
Date for CBSE Exam Mathematics: 17th March 2020.
To download date sheet uploaded by CBSE for Exam 2020 -
Check the official website of CBSE (i.e, cbse.nic.in)
Click on the link “Class 12 Date Sheet” to download.
Date Sheet for CBSE Exam 2020 Class 12 will open right in front of you.
Take the print out or save the pdf for future reference.
The duration for CBSE class 12 Maths Theory Exam is 3 hours. Theory Paper is of 80 marks containing all compulsory questions is divided into four sections, that are, Section A, B, C and D. The table given below explains the distribution of marks among all the sections and the types of questions in each section.
No of Questions
Types of Questions
Marks per question
Multiple choice questions (1 to 10) Fill in the blanks/ one word (11 to 15) Very Short question (16 to 20)
1x20 = 20 marks
Short questions (21 to 26).
6x2 = 12 marks
Long questions (27 to 32).
6x4 = 24 marks
Very long questions (33 - 36).
4x6 = 24 marks
It is very important to carefully scrutinize the syllabus and check the weightage of each section before starting the preparation. This will help you to determine the time that needs to be allotted for each section during the preparation phase. The table given below affirms the marks each unit contains:
Relations and Functions
Vectors and 3D Geometry
You need undying passion and constant effort to score good marks in Exams. Your results reflect the hard work that you have done all throughout the year. Attendance in class lectures, assignments, regular self-study, practice, tutorial classes, notes, etc, all counts and weighs up your preparation. Thus, it is highly recommended to attend your classes regularly, revise the chapter after the class, solve exercise questions, ask your teacher in case of any doubt and test yourself by solving sample papers and question papers. It is better to complete your preparations at least two weeks before the final exams. No chapters should be left to cover at the last moment. Allocate time properly and fix the number of numericals to be done from each chapter. Do not waste too much time on one particular chapter.
Step 1: Read all the notes chapter-wise.
Step 2: Learn the formulas.
Step 3: Go through the example sums
Step 4: Read all the questions given in the exercise and solve at least one question from each type. Refer to the NCERT solutions if you get stuck on any question.
Step 5: Solve CBSE Previous Year’s question Paper.
Depending on the days left for the exam, plan your preparation for each day.
Take regular breaks and keep revising.
Get enough sleep and keep yourself hydrated.
Do not stuff yourself with lots of food but keep eating at a regular interval.
Do not panic or get nervous. Stay calm and go according to your plan. At the same time try preventing yourself from getting distracted.
Try to solve the paper under the timed condition to analyze your speed and preparation. Solve at least a 7 to 10 years question paper and refer to the solution once you are done solving. Mark the questions you get stuck in and then refer to the solutions given or ask your respective teacher to explain the answer. Understand the concept, approach and pattern of the question very well so that you are confident enough to solve if the same kind of question appears in the exam. Do not skip questions or move on to the next year without solving the current one and rectifying your mistakes. Use pen and paper to solve and keep it safe as notes for future reference and last minute revision. Make sure you revise all the solutions from Previous Year’s paper at the end so that you don’t end up forgetting the steps or method. To get the access to CBSE Class 12 Maths Question Paper 2018 click on the link CBSE Class 12 Maths Question Paper 2018 pdf.
Go through the syllabus and mark the chapters you are well with and the chapters you are not confident in.
Start with the chapters you need more work or time. Read the chapter well, make the note of important points and go through the examples or textbook questions well.
Once you are sure about the chapters, start solving the question paper of that particular subject.
Solve previous year question paper class 10 science under a timed condition so that you don’t lose the speed. If the paper is of three hours then try to complete solving the paper in 2.30 hours or 2.45 hours. So that even if you get stuck in one or two questions, you don’t miss out on the other questions during the exam.
Make a rough note of all the important formulas and points and keep revising it from time to time to avoid forgetting or making mistakes in your Board Exams.
Always try to analyse your mistakes and work on each question before attempting the next paper.
Don’t be overjoyed if you are able to answer all the questions in one paper as the toughness of the paper sometimes varies. But also never get demotivated on finding the paper difficult, instead work on the type of question or the portion of a chapter you get stuck in.
Also, use CBSE previous year question papers class 12 to understand the level of complexity and to clear the fundamental concepts for each and every chapter. With practice, you can also solve the unrepeated or brand new questions too because the concept of questions in the question papers usually remains the same. It’s just the twisted questions and changed numbers that bring the difference. So understand and know the concept while solving questions and you will end up scoring above 90 per cent.
Solving Previous Year’s Question Paper is important because it gives you an idea of how the CBSE board sets the paper. You tend to understand the weightage of each chapter and get used to the level or standard of board questions. It also helps you to know the methods or pattern of the answers being expected by the board.
Solving Previous Year’s Question Paper has the following benefits:
You get to test your problem-solving skills and chapter-wise knowledge while solving the paper as it brings out the random questions from the chapter.
Previous Year’s Question Paper contains standard and structured questions which can increase the level of confidence in you if solved properly.
It somewhat covers the overall concept of the chapters. Thus, solving more questions will automatically result in a better and effective revision of the chapters. Solving the last 7 to 10 years of paper is equal to the revision of almost all types of questions in the syllabus.
It contains concept clearing questions that build your fundamentals of Mathematics strong.
You gain speed and confidence by solving more questions from Previous Years Question paper.
The solutions to the questions of the Previous Years Question Paper serves as revision notes. It also aids the preparation for competitive level exams.
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