CBSE Class 10 Sample Paper for 2020 Boards - Maths Basic

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Are you giving Board Exams in March 2020?

Then you have come to the right place!

We have talked about which paper to choose - Maths Basic vs Maths Standard

The CBSE Maths Basic Sample Paper - Class 12 for 2020 Boards has been summarised here.

We will see how many questions are there, how many marks per chapter and some tips for your board exams.

## Sections

 Section How many marks? Number of Questions Total Marks Section A 1 marks each 20 1 × 20 = 20 Section B 2 marks each 6 2 × 6 = 12 Section C 3 marks each 8 3 × 8 = 24 Section D 4 marks each 6 4 × 6 = 24 Total 30 questions 80 marks

Total marks is 100, out which 20 marks is Internal Assessment - which is sent by your school to CBSE

## Marks per Chapter

According to CBSE Syllabus, the marks per unit is like this

 Units Topic Name Chapters of NCERT Marks I. Number System Chapter 1 6 II. Algebra Chapter 2, 3, 4, 5 20 III. Coordinate Geometry Chapter 7 6 IV. Geometry Chapter 6, 10, 11 15 V. Trigonometry Chapter 8, 9 12 VI. Mensuration Chapter 12, 13 10 VII. Statistics & Probability Chapter 14, 15 11 Total 80

In this sample paper,

marks per chapter is

 Chapter 1 Mark Questions 2 Mark Questions 3 Mark Questions 4 Mark Questions Total Marks Chapter 1 - Real Numbers 3 1 6 Chapter 2 - Polynomials 2 1 1 7 Chapter 3 - Pair of Linear Equations in Two Variables 1 1 4 Chapter 4 - Quadratic Equations 1 4 Chapter 5 - Arithmetic Progressions (AP) 1 1 OR Question 5 Chapter 6 - Triangles 2 1 Theorem 6 Chapter 7 - Coordinate Geometry 3 1 6 Chapter 8 - Trigonometry 3 (in which 1 OR Question0 1 OR Question 1 OR Question 8 Chapter 9 - Applications of Trigonometry (Heights and Distances) 1 OR Question 4 Chapter 10 - Circles 1 1 1 6 Chapter 11 - Constructions 1 OR Question 3 Chapter 12 - Areas related to circle 1 1 1 6 Chapter 13 - Surface Area and Volume 1 OR Question 4 Chapter 14 - Statistics 1 1 5 Chapter 15 - Probability 2 2 (in which 1 OR Question) 4 Total 80

There are total 2 + 2 + 3 + 3 = 10 OR Questions.

## Important Points to Note

• Maths Basic has almost all the questions from NCERT - 4 One Mark Questions, 2 Two Mark Questions, 3 Three Mark Questions, 6 Four Mark Questions (Including OR questions) have come straight from NCERT

• 1 mark question has 10 Multiple Choice Questions, 5 Fill in the Blanks and 5 answering questions

• In Answering questions, there is step marking. In MCQ and Fill in the blanks, no step marking

• When cancelling square roots, don't forget to write plus-minus sign ±

• Writing units is important or half marks is cut, eg: x =3 is wrong, x = 3 metre is right.

• Formula of all chapters has 1/2 marks

• Formula of Statistics (Chapter 14) has 1 mark

• In Chapter 9 Heights and Distances, 1 mark is given for correct figure

• 1 Question of Theorem will come. (Of Chapter 6 or 10)

• 1 4-Marks question of Construction will come

• Remember the formula for Length of an arc (Chapter 12)
Length of arc = θ/360 × 2πr
It is used when length of arc is given, and we need to find angle

• In questions where the answer can be found easily (like finding curved surface area of frustum if height and radius is given), calculation is difficult. 1 mark will be deducted if you have not found the exact answer

• All questions of the Sample Paper has been solved, with marking scheme also given of each and every step. Click next to start doing the questions

## Tips for CBSE Boards 2019

• Do the chapters from the Concept wise. Check out the video below

• Remember all the Theorems and their proofs.

• Remember all formulas of all Chapters. Formula sheet is provided for all chapters

• Important questions have been marked in all chapters. Check them while revising

• It is important to Revise the topics from Concept wise . Just check the theory, and the questions in order they are given

• Make sure you have 2 pencils, 1 compass, scale, eraser, sharpener with you in the geometry box

• Make sure you do atleast this year's sample paper.

• Do not miss any steps. Write each and every step possible.

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All the best!