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CBSE Mathematics Class XII New syllabus out; Know more

Now when CBSE has released the much awaited syllabus for 2022-23 session, it has become important for students to get in-depth knowledge of the syllabus. There are also changes in the CBSE Class 12 Mathematics syllabus. The Major change in this year’s class 12 exam is that it will be conducted only once a year instead of last year’s two tier pattern of Term-1 and Term-2. Ajay Gaur Sir, Senior Faculty, Mathematics, Allen Career Institute elaborates on the Mathematics syllabus for class 12 including the changes in it.

Focus on the NCERT Text-book

It becomes mandatory for the concerned students to focus on the minute details of this changed syllabus in order to score well in the exam. Hence; the best way to do this is to entirely focus on the NCERT text-book and point out those topics which are not there in the syllabus as per the text-book.

In this way, it becomes relatively easier to prepare for the upcoming examination and easily remember the updated syllabus in complete detail.

Allotted Weightage extremely essential in Exam preparation

Also; the allotted weightage is extremely essential in order to plan the method of preparing for exams. For instance, a unit named Calculus carries the maximum weightage among all units and is crucial to the overall preparation. So are the other units as well but a priority must definitely be set, according to different weightages, in order to maximize the efforts.
Further details of different units along with the corresponding marks are as discussed below:

1. Relations and Functions: 8
2. Algebra: 10
3. Calculus: 35
4. Vectors and Three-Dimensional Geometry: 14
5. Linear Programming: 5
6. Probability: 8
Total: 80 Marks

Internal Assessment: 20 Marks
Subsequently; we will focus on the individual chapters and figure out which topics and their exercises are not in course as of now:

Chapter 1: Relations and Functions
Composition of Functions and Invertible Function (Ex. 1.3)
Binary Operations (Ex. 1.4)

Chapter 2: Inverse Trigonometric Functions
Properties of Inverse Trigonometric Functions (Ex. 2.2)

Chapter 3: Matrices
Elementary Transformation of a Matrix (Ex. 3.4)

Chapter 4: Determinants
Properties of Determinants (Ex. 4.2)

Chapter 5: Continuity and Differentiability
Rolle’s Theorem and Mean Value Theorem (Ex. 5.8)

Chapter 6: Application of Derivatives
Tangents and Normals (Ex. 6.3)
Approximations (Ex. 6.4)

Chapter 7: Integrals
Definite Integral as the limit of a sum (Ex. 7.8)

Chapter 8: Application of Integrals
Area between two curves (Ex. 8.2)

Chapter 9: Differential Equations
Formation of a Differential Equation whose General Solution is given (Ex. 9.3)

Chapter 10: Vector Algebra
Scalar Triple Product (Ex. 10.5)

Chapter 11: Three Dimensional Geometry
Plane (Ex. 11.3)

Chapter 12: Linear Programming
Different Types of Linear Programming Problems (Ex. 12.2)

Chapter 13: Probability
Variance and Standard deviation of a random variable (Some part of Ex. 13.4)
Bernoulli Trials and Binomial Distribution (Ex. 13.5)

In conclusion; it can be said that the best time to start is now and with all the above-mentioned relevant details, nothing can be easier than that.