### How to Score 100 in Class 10 Maths

The simplest way to score 100 Marks in Class 10 Maths Exams. Just try it to get maximum in the least number of days. It is really a fantastic way to score 100 in 100 days. Most of the students think that Class 10 Maths is a difficult subject. To score full marks in Mathematics, one should have an extraordinary brain. But it is not true. It is not impossible for a student to score above 100 marks in Class 10 Maths if you follow the following tips.

- Step 1: Make Notes for Formulae, Theorems and Methods using NCERT.
- Step 2: Try To Find Solutions of NCERT Exemplar Yourself
- Step 3: Practicing From The Sample And Previous Year Papers
- Step 4: Set the Target to Know Your Weak Points
- Step 5: Cover All Your Syllabus and Be Confident

#### Step 1: Make Notes for Formulae, Theorems and Methods using NCERT.

Complete the NCERT textbook exercises along with examples. All the questions should be solved at least twice in suitable interval of time. Maths is all about formulae, theorems, concepts etc. So maintain a separate register for these to make it handy. You can do practice anywhere with this handy notebook. It is the best tool for when you are doing your last-minute revision.

#### Step 2: Try To Find Solutions of NCERT Exemplar Yourself

Go through the NCERT Exemplar book and do each and every question including the examples. First of all, you should go through all the theories and concepts of the Maths syllabus and then solve various types of problems by yourself. If you want to score more marks in 10th class Maths, you need to solve every sum by yourself, at least 3 to 4 times.

#### Step 3: Practicing From The Sample And Previous Year Papers

Practice 10 solved practice papers of any good publisher and learn the way to answer in board exams. Some students do not understand the value of old assets, and they even don’t try to look at the previous year’s papers. But it is well proofed that previous year papers act as the key to success in getting the high percentage in your 10th board class exam. Do practice last 5-year sample papers of board exam and revise thoroughly before your exam, you must get above 100 marks in Class 10 Maths.

#### Step 4: Set the Target to Know Your Weak Points

Practice 10 unsolved papers in 20 days (alternatively) with the time limit of 3 hours. Know your weak points first so that you can make them strong. You should go through your answer sheets of pre-boards and class tests etc. And take a deep look into your answers, find your mistakes and try to fix these mistakes so that you will do better in your board exam.

#### Step 5: Cover All Your Syllabus and Be Confident

Practice last 5 years CBSE Sample Papers and CBSE Board Exams Papers including the questions of set 1, 2, and 3. Most of the students waste their time by choosing wrong heavyweight reference books. You should cover the books like NCERT in the case of CBSE board which are the best to practice for your exam.