NCERT Exemplar Problems

// July 18th, 2015 // CBSE, CBSE / ICSE, Class IX, X class

“The measure of success is not whether you have a tough problem to deal with, but whether it is the same problem you had last year.”

This shows problems are the root cause of success. But cramming the regular NCERT problems will just stand as contemporary learning. The more new, authentic questions you will have, the more new, authentic knowledge you will acquire.

Considering this fact, the Department of Education in Physics, Mathematics (DESM) with an aim to improve the quality of teaching and learning process in schools has made an attempt to develop resource books of Exemplar Problems in different subjects at secondary and higher-secondary stage. These specialized resource books named NCERT Exemplars are not meant to serve merely as question banks for examinations but are primarily meant to discourage rote learning.

Moreover NCERT Exemplar Problems show up many of the direct questions in NTSE examination. You can even have  a look at the table given below

STSE (November 2014) for 10th Class (Analysis) Mathematics

Q.No. Topic/Chapter Source/Pg.No/Q.No Class Marks Remarks
71 Area Related To Circles NCERT Exemplar/133/Ques.7 10th 1
72 Circles 10th 1
73 Similar Triangles NCERT/151/Ques.16 10th 1
74 Triangles 9th 1
75 Lines & Angles 9th 1
76 Heights & Distances NCERT Exemplar/96/Example-1 10th 1
77 Heights & Distances R.D.Sharma/8.34/Ques.62 10th 1
78 Heights & Distances 10th 1
79 Trigonometry ML Aggarwal/399/Ques.16(i) 10th 1
80 Probability 10th 1
81 Arithmetic Progression NCERT/113/Ques.4 10th 1 with Changed Values
82 Surface Areas & Volumes R.D.Sharma/18.29/Ques.4 9th 1
83 Area Related To Circles R.D.Sharma/13.2 10th 1 Concept Given
84 Quadratic Equations 10th 1
85 Quadratic Equations 10th 1
86 Quadratic Equations 10th 1
87 Quadratic Equations 10th 1
88 Linear Equations in two Variables 10th 1
89 Polynomials 9th 1
90 Factor Theorem R.D.Sharma/6.34/Ques.3 9th 1

This is a detailed analysis of STSE-2014 by our Faculty.
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