Class 10 exams are all-important in India. This is a year full of stress for students and also parents There is also a lot of pressure to do well, as this exam could impact your future prospects for higher education. To do well, it is important to be thorough with the syllabus before writing your final exams. Here is the BSEB syllabus of your 10th exams broken down for you:

The first thing you need to be clear of is all the subject papers you will have to attempt in your board exams. The Bihar class 10 syllabus includes the following subjects:

  1. Social Science
  2. Science
  3. Mathematics
  4. English
  5. Mother Tongue
  6. Second Indian Language

Today, we will be discussing the first 3 subjects.

SOCIAL SCIENCE

Many consider Social Science to be difficult. This is because there are often many long-answer questions in SS, and there are also maps. The curriculum for social science is also often very extensive.

For the BSEB, Social Science is subdivided into History, Civics, Geography, and also Economics.

Lessons in History:

  1. Nationalism in India
  2. Novels, Society, History
  3. Print Culture and the Modern World
  4. Work, Life and Leisure
  5. The Rise of Nationalism in Europe
  6. Nationalist movement in Indo-China
  7. The making of a global world
  8. The age of industrialisation

Lessons in Civics:

  1. Federalism
  2. Power Sharing
  3. Gender, Religion, Caste
  4. Democracy and Diversity
  5. Popular Struggles and Movements
  6. Challenges to Democracy
  7. Political Parties
  8. Outcomes of Democracy

Lessons in Geography:

  1. Water Resources
  2. Agriculture
  3. Resources and Development
  4. Forest and Wildlife Resources
  5. Manufacturing Industries
  6. Minerals and Energy Resources
  7. Lifelines of National Economy

Lessons in Economics:

  1. Sectors of the Indian Economy
  2. Money and Credit
  3. Globalisation and the Indian Economy
  4. Consumer Rights
  5. Development

 

SCIENCE

The 5 units of science cover basic chemistry, biology and also physics.

The following are all the chapters involved in the exams for the subject ‘Science’:

  1. Materials (Chemical Compounds)
  2. The world of the living
  3. How things work
  4. Natural Phenomena
  5. Natural Resources

 

MATHEMATICS

A large portion of students consider maths to be a tough and also extensive subject. In order to do well on your math paper, make sure you are clear in all the following topics and sub topics:

Real Numbers:

  1. Euclid’s Division Lemma
  2. Fundamental Theorem of Arithmetic
  3. Rational and Irrational Numbers

Polynomials:

  1. Geometric meaning of the zeroes
  2. Zeroes and coefficients
  3. Division algorithm for polynomials

Pair of linear equations in 2 variables

  1. Graphical solutions to linear equations
  2. Substitution method
  3. Elimination method
  4. Cross Multiplication
  5. Equations reducible to linear form

Quadratic Equations

  1. Completing the square
  2. Nature of roots
  3. Equations reducible to quadratic form

Arithmetic Progressions

  1. Sum of an AP
  2. nth term

Triangles

  1. Basic proportionality theorem and its converse
  2. Criteria for similar triangles
  3. Areas of similar triangles
  4. Construction of similar triangles
  5. Pythagoras theorem

Coordinate Geometry

  1. Distance Formula
  2. Section Formula
  3. Area of triangles

Trigonometry

  1. Trigonometric Ratios
  2. Trigonometric Identities
  3. Heights and distances

Circles

  1. Tangents to a circle
  2. Properties of tangents
  3. Construction of tangents
  4. Area of a circle
  5. Area of a segment
  6. Areas of combinations of figures

Surface Area and Volumes

  1. Surface area of a combination of solids
  2. Volume of a combination of solids
  3. Conversion of solids
  4. Frustum of a cone

Statistics and probability

  1. Arithmetic mean of grouped data
  2. Mode of grouped data
  3. Median of grouped data
  4. Relation between central tendencies
  5. Cumulative frequency curve
  6. Classic approach to probability
  7. Applications of probability

 

How to prepare

In a bid to complete the syllabus, many schools and teachers may also even rush classes. This makes it difficult for all students to pay attention and also keep up at the same pace. This also further leads to students overloading themselves with tuition classes. It is important for students to learn at their own pace. This ensures that they are comfortable and also very clear in their concepts before moving on to the next topic.

There is a necessity for individualistic and also personalised learning. This type of coaching cannot be found in a regular classroom. Students can also pick up the pace through online coaching websites. One such platform is Edureify.

Edureify provides topic-wise material and also questions that are tailored to board exam level. The platform also has a dedicated set of teachers who specialise in each subject, so you can request to be tutored by them to improve your performance. These teachers also all have over 7 years of experience in the education industry. You can do this all at your own pace and also measure your progress. Edureify’s AI technology also recommends lesson plans for you based on your performance in tests. This ensures that your learning is also customised to help you improve.

Edureify solving sets are designed in levels of increasing difficulty designed to test your preparation. With over 65000 questions per topic and also weekly quizzes and challenges, Edureify will keep you on your toes. This is especially helpful for students writing their board exams, as they will be exposed to HOTS questions. They will also learn how to answer MCQs, and will learn from the best faculty across India.

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