CBSE Sample paper & Marking Scheme for Class 10 Maths Board Exam 2018

CBSE releases marking scheme and sample papers for Class X board exams in March 2018. Check tips & tricks to score better in Maths test here.

CBSE Class 10th board exams 2018 have been creating headlines even way before the release of its date sheet on the official website at online. The most sought-after CBSE Class 10th Maths board exam which is scheduled to be held on March 28, 2018 for the students currently studying in Class X of CBSE affiliated schools in the current academic session. The marking scheme and sample papers in pdf format have been released officially by the Central Board of Secondary Education on its aforementioned official website online for all subjects including Mathematics subject. Read on to know details of marking scheme, practice mock sample papers and how to attempt the CBSE Class 10th Maths board exam 2018 to score better.

CBSE Class 10th Maths Board Exam on March 28, 2018 | Check Marking Scheme Here

The marking scheme for the candidates who are all set to take the CBSE Class 10th Maths Board Exam on March 28, 2018 is available on the aforesaid official CBSE website link for them to check and carefully go through to strategise their preparation for the subject.

The total marks allotted for the CBSE Class 10th Mathematics subject test is 80 marks in which the entire test has been divided into four sections namely Section A,B,C and D. The Section A and B comprises of 6 questions each while Section C has 10 questions carrying 3 marks each. Section D consists of 8 questions which carry 5 marks each and internal choices shall be granted to the candidates for Section C and D only.

CBSE Class 10th Maths Board Exam Sample Papers & Tricks To Score Better

The sample papers for the practice of Mathematics subject for Class 10th board exams are readily available online for candidates to check. After going through enough sample papers and time-bound practice sessions devoted to each of them, candidates shall definitely look out for questions which eat up most of the time in an attempt or long thinking time. This shall lead t self-introspection and analysis that a particular topic or section lacks practice which shall, therefore, be done in order to improve upon the score and better time management in the next set of CBSE Class 10th maths board exam 2018 sample tests.

This shall definitely improve the score of candidates and boost their confidence levels while appearing for the actual test on March 28, 2018, as per the latest CBSE Class 10th board exam date sheet cum timetable released by the board online. We wish all the aspirants of CBSE Class X board exams 2018 scheduled in March this year, all the best for the same.


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