CBSE Class 10th Maths board exam 2018 was successfully held across the nation today. Scheduled as the last exam for Class X CBSE board students on March 28, 2018, the exams are finally over now. Mathematics is considered to be the most important subject for CBSE Class 10th board exam 2018 point of view.
Read on to know details about the complete exam analysis & review about today’s exam.
CBSE Class 10th Maths Board Exam 2018 | Check Detailed Question Paper Analysis
The Maths question paper of today carried most of the questions which have NCERT solved examples.
Students who were thorough with their NCERT Maths textbook exercises and solved examples can easily score 70+ marks out of 80 in CBSE Class 10th Maths Board exam 2018.
CBSE Class 10th Maths Board exam 2018 was quite simple as most theorems were expected which made way to the question paper.Easy value questions and solved examples, students felt the test was a cakewalk.
The test was not even lengthy and students could easily save last 15 minutes as revision time. Trigonometry questions looked tricky but were pretty direct when solved with right direction using identities and properties.
CBSE Class 10th Maths Board Exam Review & Feedback 2018 | Know More
As far as exam pattern was concerned, CBSE Class 10th Maths board exam 2018
was based on marking scheme released by the board. Central Board of Secondary Education had released Maths exam pattern, sample papers and marking scheme way before the test to help students.
Students were delighted to see some of their favourite questions making their way to today’s CBSE Class 10th Maths board exam question paper. CBSE board has done a commendable job in setting up neutral and balanced question papers for all the exams this year. This has been done for both Class 10th & 12th students taking board exams in March 2018. To the relief of many, students no longer fear these CBSE board exams as they used to earlier.
Most of the students who appeared for CBSE Class 10th Maths board exam 2018 came out of the exam halls were happy for they no more shall have to take the tests. We wish all these students all the best in their future endeavours.