CBSE Class 12^{th} Maths board exam is scheduled to be held on March 20^{th}, 2017 from 10:30 A.M. TO 1:30 P.M.
Maths is one of the most important subjects of CBSE Class 12th. Last year, a number of students complained about maths exam. The paper was considered as length and tough as well.
After facing a lot of criticisms, CBSE has promised that the level of paper will be toned down this year.
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Most of the students who are going to appear for Class 12th board exams 2017 are facing difficulty in the last month wrap up.
In order to help the students, we have provided some useful and important tips which will be very helpful for the students preparing for CBSE class 12 Maths board exam 2017.
1 # First follow the topics given in CBSE Class 12^{th} Mathematics Syllabus 2017
As you will go through the latest CBSE Class 12th Maths syllabus 2017, you will find the weightage of different units (as given below in the table).
Unit No. 
Title 
Marks 
I 
Relation and Functions 
10 
II 
Algebra 
13 
III 
Calculus 
44 
IV 
Vectors and Three – Dimensional Geometry 
17 
V 
Linear Programming 
06 
VI 
Probability 
10 

Total 
100 
It is highly recommended that you should prepare the chapters which are easy for you and have maximum weightage in class 12 board exams.
Get complete CBSE Class 12^{th} Maths Syllabus 2017
2 # Understand the New Pattern of Class 12 Maths Paper for 2017 CBSE Board Exams
CBSE has completely ripped off the last year Class 12 Maths examination pattern and major changes have been made in the format of coming CBSE Class 12^{th} Maths paper.
In the latest format,
There will be 29 questions in the question paper divided into four sections: A, B, C and D. 
Question number 1 to 4 in Section A are very shortanswer type questions carrying 1 mark each. 
Question number 5 to 12 in Section B are shortanswer type questions carrying 2 marks each. 
Question number 13 to 23 in Section C are longanswerI type questions carrying 4 marks each. 
Question number 24 to 29 in Section D are longanswerII type questions carrying 6 marks each. 
It is expected that questions in the question paper are 20% easy, 60% as average and 20% as difficult.
According to a recent notification issued by CBSE, Class 12th Mathematics Paper can be categorized as 20% easy, 60% as average and 20% as difficult.
3 # Go through latest CBSE Sample Paper for Class 12 Maths
CBSE has issued two sample papers for class 12^{th} Maths this year. With the help of these sample papers, students will get the complete idea about the latest examination pattern and the level of questions which can be asked in latest CBSE Class 12 Maths board exam 2017.
CBSE Class 12 Mathematics 2017 Sample Paper  I
CBSE Class 12 Mathematics 2017 Sample Paper – II
4 # Analyse Previous Year Question Papers
Although, the pattern of CBSE Class 12^{th} Mathematics question paper 2017 is completely changed but you should go through 5 to 10 previous year questions papers of class 12^{th} Maths. When you will go through previous year papers, you will find that some concepts in CBSE class 12th Maths are frequently asked in board exams, every year. While preparation, you should pay more attention to these concepts.
CBSE Class 12 Mathematics 2016 Question Paper
CBSE Class 12 Mathematics 2015 Question Paper
CBSE Class 12 Mathematics Previous Years Question (2008 to 2014)
5 # Understand the CBSE Marking Scheme of Class 12 Maths
As you start preparing for class 12th board exams, you should also know how to write proper answers to score maximum marks in CBSE class 12th Maths board exam 2017.
When you write solutions in board exam there are marks for each and every step of the answers. With the help of marking scheme provided CBSE you will understand what steps you should include while writing answers to score maximum marks.
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