Arihant CBSE New Pattern Social Science Class 10 for 2021-22 Exam (MCQs based book for Term

By | November 25, 2021
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CBSE new pattern for class 10 term 1 Mcq based book according to cbse pattern social science published by arihant publication. This book very good for boards students download this book now.

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Here, I am sharing the books we referred to and the benefits you can get from particular book:

NCERT books for all subjects-

To understand the complete syllabus and build concepts.
NCERT helps you to get the grip on 3m and 5m questions.
Focus on NCERT questions, every chapter has 30-40 questions including in-text and exercises based.
Question included VSA/SA/LA type not the new pattern based.
April:


First of all let me tell you my first pre board marks(so that you can get an idea how i was at studies).

Hindi : 76,the paper was easy and i had taken it seriously.

English:69,my most weakest subject.

Science:7

Toppers prioritize NCERT books. NCERT textbooks are usually referred to as a CBSE student’s bible. So you have to understand and practice each and every concept from NCERT for all the subjects. NCERT clears your theories like no other reference book, and the CBSE 10th board prefers NCERT the most for exams, so it makes a lot of sense to have these books as your superiority.

Hence you are done with NCERT textbooks for all the subjects, you can move on to the best Reference Books for practicing (these books are optional).

Mathematics – R.D Sharma or Arihant book
Science – Lakhmir Singh
Question Bank:

After completing the whole syllabus at least once from NCERT, start practicing through the question bank for a new typology of the questions as per the CBSE guidelines. I have a suggestion: Arihant Question Bank. I also recommended this to my juniors.

These are the only books I have found that have new pattern MCQs like case and assertion/competency-based objective questions as per the latest CBSE circular. In addition, it includes chapter-wise topic notes and example case-based MCQs for the upcoming Board paper pattern. It prepares you for both Terms I and II Board exams.

Sample Paper and Past Year Solved Papers

Sample Paper gives you an idea of the structure of the forthcoming exam. Again you can refer to Educart sample papers that contained 10+ solved and 3 unsolved sample papers. They are made according to the reduced syllabus and include NCERT questions and PYQs, so they are suitable for practice and the last year’s CBSE board paper given in it with the CBSE marking also stands very advantageous to you.

Last but not least the maintain your separate notes for each subject which helps you in revision before the exams. I hope these books’ approaches will help you to get great marks in your CBSE 10 board.

Don’t forget to make your own notes as they help a lot in last-minute revision.

All the best!

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