- Complete your NCERT: NCERT is the base, and it is necessary. Solve each and every question and example of NCERT. Mark the tough questions, keep practicing them occasionally. Keep revising Calculus from NCERT. Practice the last exercise and miscellaneous exercise of Ch-7 thoroughly and regularly. Most questions of Integration are from those exercises only (especially in school exams), since it’s quite tricky.
- Complete NCERT exemplar: NCERT exemplar takes your practice to the next , higher level. It mainly consists of tough questions. Now, you can follow two ways of doing this boo: Either you complete NCERT and then finish this book, or do it side by side (like finish one chapter from NCERT and then finish the same from exemplar). Finish your NCERT and then start the Exemplar. Once you are done with the exemplar, next are the doubts of exemplar. Either ask your teacher to solve them, or visit 2xcell.in! This, we could suggest, is a good way of revising.
- Subscribe to 2xcell: This could be termed as the icing on the cake. It consists of easy and tough questions in the videos, and assistance from teachers and peers. On 2Xcell, Interactive Learning Modules, Assignments, Activities, and Tests strengthen the learning base of students and give them instant learning feedback.
- Solve previous year papers (Mandatory: This step will make you perfect. Solve ALL the papers of 2017 and 2018 in different regions, like Ajmer, Chennai etc. Do not go for papers before 2015, they are not as useful as the recent years of papers, considering the difficulty level of Maths paper in the last two years. Papers before 2015 were too easy! Practice 2–3 papers every day once the month of February starts.
And follow this strategy for 2nd and 3rd step: Randomly select any chapter (Use 2xcell). Calculate the total number of questions from that chapter, and divide them into 3 or 4 sub-sections (4, if there are a lot of questions). Do those many questions every day, within a time slot in your schedule for about 3 hours (with breaks, of course).
You can listen to songs while practicing Maths (Only if you don’t pay much attention to the songs).
Work Hard, Enjoy Maths, Excel!