The book Perfect 20 Sample Papers in Mathematics has been prepared according to the latest syllabus issued by CBSE and conforms to its design of Question Paper issued by the CBSE.
This book contains 10 solved sample papers on the basis of CBSE pattern for 2019 examination. Each paper has been set for a maximum of 80 marks as per the latest CBSE pattern i.e. 6 questions of 1 mark each, 6 questions of 2 marks each, 10 questions of 3 marks and 8 questions of 4 marks each.
The students are advised to attempt the questions in the solved papers independently and then tally it with the model solutions. This will give them a chance to evaluate their understanding of the subject.
10 unsolved sample papers are also prepared according to latest pattern.
The answers of each unsolved sample paper are given at the end of this book.
The student should solve the 10 unsolved sample papers on their own by giving 3:15 hours time (i.e. 15 minutes for reading the paper and 3 hours of solving the paper) to each paper.
Practising 10 unsolved sample papers will enable the students to build confidence and help them for time management in the examination hall, so that they may prepare well for the examination.
We hope that this book will be very useful for the students to build confidence and get very good marks in the examination.
ISBN number : 978-81-8296-714-4
Arya Publishing Company
Price: INR 195
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M.L. Aggarwal: M.L. Aggarwal retired from DAV College, Jalandhar in 1996 after teaching mathematics to students of classes XII to M.Sc. for more than three decades. He has written more than three dozen books for classes VI to XII based on ISC/ICSE and CBSE syllabi and for higher education. He was conferred with the Distinguish Author Award by the Federation of Educational Publishers in India in 2014.
Neeraj Raj Jain: Neeraj Raj, M.Sc., B.Ed., Jain started his career in 1996 as a teacher of mathematics at Lucknow Public School, Lucknow where he taught classes 6th to 12th. Later, he was promoted as the Head of Department in the same institution.
He worked for two and a half years as the vice principal of Chiranjeev Bharti School, Lucknow. Since December 2008, Jain has been teaching Mathematics at LRSS Inter College (Banthra), Lucknow (after being selected by U.P Intermediate Education Service Selection Board).
Neeraj Raj Jain also guides and prepares students for different engineering entrance examinations.
He can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org.