The Central Board of Secondary Examination (CBSE) will be conducting the Class 12 Mathematics exam on Wednesday, March 21, where all science students have to gear up for maximum number of marks as it is possible to score even 100 percent in the paper.
Since physics paper was tough, many students are gearing up for a tough mathematics paper too. The rumours about the leak of accountancy paper has added anxiety among many students.
However, CBSE Class 12 students are advised to remain calm and confident throughout the exam and restrain from lat-minute hurry to revise as it results in forgetting the older preparation.
“After the physics paper, one cannot take risk with mathematics paper, though chemistry was relatively better,” said Arun Nag, a student.
However, those who are restless can just take a glance at important formulae and understand their usage. If doubts come up, it should be discussed with the teachers present at the exam centre or ask friends. This will reduce tension considerably and make you confident.
Remember that long answer questions, usually from algebra, are scoring and should not be left unanswered.
Better answer the questions you know first and then tackle the rest.