Want to score 90+ marks in your CBSE Class 10 Science board exam? If yes, then you are at the right place. Here is the complete guide for CBSE Class 10th students to score well in their Science 10th Exam.
Board Exams are the most important part in every student life. Marks in Class 10th decides a student’s future.
So, it’s important that you score good in your Class 10th Board Exams. We have already provided a guide for CBSE Class 10th Mathematics subject.
Now moving on to the CBSE Class 10th Science preparation, below you will get all the stuff required for it.
Science is one of the most difficult subjects in Class 10. While preparing the CBSE 10 Science subject, it’s important that you should study from the best books.
Below we have mentioned Class 10th CBSE Science Book which will help you get good marks in your board exams. These books are based on the latest CBSE Class 10 Science Syllabus and Pattern.
|Class 10 Science Books||Price|
|Science-Textbook for Class X-NCERT Publication||165/-|
|Oswaal CBSE Question Bank Class 10 Science Chapter wise and Topicwise||239/-|
|CBSE NCERT Exemplar Problems-Solutions SCIENCE Class 10||98/-|
|Together with CBSE Previous 8 + Years Chapterwise Solved Question Bank for Class 10 Science||213/-|
|Physics for Class 10– Lakhmir Singh and Manjit Kaur||311/-|
|Chemistry for Class 10– Lakhmir Singh and Manjit Kaur||292/-|
|Biology for Class 10– Lakhmir Singh and Manjit Kaur||341/-|
To get more books for Class 10 you can visit here- CBSE Class 10 Books.
The most important part in science preparation is syllabus. You should first check the complete syllabus of CBSE Class 10 Science. This will help you know the important topics you have to study.
Below you can check the unit wise syllabus and weightage for CBSE 10 Science subject.
Unit I: Chemical Substances – Nature and Behaviour
Unit II: World of Living
Unit III: Natural Phenomenon
Unit IV: Effects of Current
Unit V: Natural Resources
Apart from these, there are 10 practical topics which are also included in CBSE Class 10 Science. So, you can check the detailed syllabus and all the practical topics for Science here- CBSE Class 10 Science Syllabus.
|Unit No.||Unit Name||Marks|
|1||Chemical Substances – Nature and Behaviour||25|
|2||World of Living||23|
|4||Effects of Current||13|
Students studying in CBSE Class 10th must be facing immense pressure as the board exams are near. They must be confused as which topic to study first, what strategies to follow and many more like these.
So, to help them out here we have discussed some basic CBSE 10 Science preparation tips and strategies that must be followed by the students to get more than 90% marks in their board exams.
You should first study from the NCERT books properly. Specially the examples at the end of each chapter. Most of the questions are based on that only. After studying from NCERT books, you may refer other books as well. Books have already been mentioned above.
While preparing for CBSE Class 10 Science Exam you should make a proper time-table. You must follow your time-table every day so you can complete the syllabus on time and have enough time for the revision.
As formulae, chemical equations and diagrams are the backbone of Science so, you should make a separate notebook for these kind of stuff. Daily read those formulae & chemical reactions and practice diagrams. These CBSE Class 10 Science notes will help you revise for the exam quickly. This will also help you in your last minute preparation.
Daily give at least 15 mins to the revision of what you have studied the whole day. This will help you remember the stuff for longer time.
Most of the questions in Physics are formulae and theorem based. So, it’s better to learn all the formulae and theorems. Learn all the elements and their electronic configuration, placed in the first and last two groups of the Modern Periodical Table. You should also learn all the definitions by heart.
Be careful with the SI Units as most of the students either forgot to mention them or writes them wrong. So, learn them too.
Practice all the diagrams including AC and DC generator, setting up of an electric circuit, Human Eye, Mirror Diagrams etc. Learn their labels and mention them properly. Also learn all the sign conventions and rules for drawing ray diagrams.
Learn all the tough terminologies, common names of salts, their chemical formula, preparation and uses. Learn only those which are mentioned in the syllabus.
This section does not require much time for the preparation but it requires speed and accuracy when it comes to balance the chemical equations. Learn how to balance the chemical equations. You should also learn to derive the equations of motion both mathematically and graphically.
So, these were the preparation tips that should be followed while preparing for the Science Exam.
Most of the students find it difficult to compete the science paper on time. It’s because they don’t know how to properly attempt the paper. So, to help these students we have discussed some tips that will help while attempting CBSE 10 Science exam.
As soon as you get the answer sheet the first thing you should do is to write down all the formulas, chemical equations and all the other important stuff you have learned. Make a separate rough paper at the back of your answer sheet and write them all there.
When you get the question paper just read it carefully and analyze which question is difficult and easy and attempt them accordingly.
First attempt the easiest questions and then go for the difficult ones. This will help you complete your exam on time.
Always keep you answer sheet neat and clean. Diagrams should be drawn neatly and labels should be mentioned clearly.
Just go through your answer sheet in the end when you are done writing with your exam. Try to finish the exam 5-10 mins before the time as you will get the time to review your answers.
So, this is the complete CBSE Class 10 Science guide which will help you score good marks in your exam.
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