Educart MATHEMETICS Class 12 CBSE Question Bank 2022 (Now includes 1000s of Term 1 & 2 New Pattern MCQ's)
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First Class 12 Mathematics Question Bank with Objective and Subjective Questions already added according to the Paper Pattern hinted in the latest CBSE circular dated July 5, 2021.
More than 50% of each Chapter contains MCQs of Competency/ Case-based/ A-R types for thorough practice of Term 1 Exam pattern.
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The Educart Class 12 Mathematics Question Bank is the complete solution for CBSE New Pattern Board Exams of 2022. It covers all the concepts as per the latest CBSE Syllabus released for the 2021-22 session, including MCQ-based questions for Term I paper & Objective/ Subjective questions for Term II paper.
Here’s what you’ll find in the book:
Chapter-wise Topic Notes are introduced, along with Example Case-based MCQs especially to help you with a summarised theory as well as practice for the upcoming Board paper pattern. They are prepared based on our research on more than 9,000+ NCERT + CBSE questions that have appeared in the past years.
New Pattern MCQs
This is the ONLY BOOK to have so many new pattern MCQs of all types in each chapter & topic. As per the latest CBSE circular with 2021-22 Board guidelines, the Term I paper will have Multiple Choice Questions only including Case-based, Competency-based, and Assertion/ Reasoning-type MCQs. We have added lots of them in each chapter for more and more practice.
This book introduces a Self-practice Concept in between solved questions to test yourself and identify weaknesses; helping the students prepare themselves for both Term I and Term II Board exams confidently.
Every Topper Answer of all the Past Years CBSE Topper Answer Sheets have been added at the end of each chapter. These will help the students learn how to write answers in a way that they can score maximum marks in Board exams.