**Math** can become a tricky subject by the time you reach higher grades. With all the **different types of formulas, equations, theorems, and derivations to solve, Math can become a challenging subject.** Especially for the ones who are not under regular practice, it can become tough for them to juggle all the things at once. But if you are motivated enough to study, practice, and perform well then nobody can stop you from doing so. Determination and intrinsic motivation will drive you to make the best use of your time and conquer your fears and apprehension regarding Mathematics. No subject can be tougher than your mind.

## Here are 10 powerful ways to revise math effectively

The following ways will assist you in different ways to math revision effectively. Try and follow these powerful strategies to get the best results and feel confident about your capabilities.

**#1. Plan in a proper manner**

The first and foremost thing that you need to do is systematically make a plan. Planning in a proper manner will take away a lot of your load. Like any other subject, Mathematics requires proper planning. Sort out all your notes, question banks, chapters that you find difficult, the ones that are easy, and collect all the necessary notes and data that you may require in your revision.

An unplanned revision will make you waste a lot of time and you will not be able to use the little time you have in an effective manner. Thus planning to move ahead and accordingly will motivate you to continue with your revision. An unplanned revision will make you tired which will eventually lead to you abandoning your revision.

**Test Your Knowledge Class 10 : Chapter : 1 Real Numbers**

**#2. Highlight topics from easy to difficult**

Remember, this is your revision plan, hence it has to be according to your capabilities. The one thing that you must do is highlight the chapters, topics, subtopics according to your capabilities. It may be that your friend finds a chapter difficult but you don’t. Make sure you **highlight the topics, equations, and lessons** as per your understanding and not what others have told you so. Every student must make their revision personal. You can choose different colours to highlight chapters, beginning from the easiest to the most difficult one. This will give you an idea as to where you stand with respect to your preparation. The topics which you need to practice more and the ones which just require brushing up.

**#3. Bunch previous year’s question papers**

Revision time is usually very limited. During this time one does not want to learn everything about a chapter in detail. A student looks forward to scoring maximum marks to attain mastery in Math. For this, you need to get hold of the previous year’s question papers. You might have heard teachers telling you to buy the books which have questions of the past years readily available. Teachers keep emphasizing the importance of practising these questions. They are present as a helping tool that will make you acquire not only knowledge but also attains mastery over a particular subject, including Mathematics.

**Math MCQ Class 10 Chapter : 2 Polynomials**

**#4. Do not leave out the difficult topics**

A common mistake that a student makes while doing a revision of Mathematics is leaving the topics that he finds difficult to process. It is a negative attitude that makes the student’s revision weak. Students might find calculus difficult as compared to matrices and tend to give more importance to one which they find easy and totally ignore the one that they cannot solve.

Try to cover the difficult topics as well. Look through the papers and see the weightage of each chapter. Often the chapter carrying the maximum weightage in the question paper is the one you are planning to skip. This will make your preparation weak and thus will not fetch you even the minimum amount of marks required to pass the examination.

**Class 10 Math MCQ Chapter : 3 Pair of Linear Equations in Two Variables**

- Linear Equation in two Variables-Linear equation and its graphical solution
- Linear Equation in two Variables-Methods to solve linear equation
- Linear Equation in two Variables-Equation Reducible to Linear Equation

**#5. Write formulae and equations on posters and flashcards**

This is considered to be one of the most effective and powerful ways that will make your revision strong. Writing down formulas and equations on posters in big letters and keeping them at a place where you can see them quite often will make you remember them. This will help you in revising topics such as trigonometry, differentiation, integration, and also mensuration. Making flashcards of the same and keeping them near will aid you in memorizing the formulas that you need to practice in Math.

**#6. Practice under exam conditions**

One of the things that a student fails to do is complete the question paper on time. Many students lose marks due to this which makes them under confident and doubtful about their abilities. In order to keep a check on your calculation speed, you need to practise question papers under exam conditions. Set a timer for each question paper that you solve and then check your progress with each question paper that you have solved. Do not forget to give yourself the extra time that is provided to read the question paper.

**#7. Use the internet effectively**

One of the greatest advantages that a student has now is the internet. Smartly make use of the internet. Do not waste your time watching unnecessary videos that are available on the internet. Be highly selective when it comes to watching solutions on the internet or choosing questions to do. Always follow an authentic source or channel while watching videos regarding Mathematics or any other subject. Investing too much in watching videos may devoid you from practicing sums and thus will make you lag.

**Free Math Worksheet for Class 1 to 10**

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**#8. Ask help when required **

One should never underestimate the power of asking for help. If you get stuck with a lesson or a sum while practicing, never hold back from asking for help. You can ask your teachers, parents and even your friends to help you with the topic that you are finding difficult. Asking for help saves a lot of time and makes you practise a greater number of times.

**#9. Be familiar with your calculator**

The calculator that you have been using can do wonders for you, only if you are familiar with its works. This is for students who are pursuing higher education. It is good to have a calculator and be familiar with it to save time.

When calculations get tougher and lengthier feel free to use the calculator only if you are permitted to do so.

** #10. Assess yourself**

Self Assessment is the best assessment. After doing all the above things, assess yourself. Accept where you stand, acknowledge your mistakes and strengths, and strive for better. No other person can be a better critic than yourself.

**Conclusion**

Revision times are stressful. Students take a lot of stress when examination approaches. Remember to stay calm and take breaks whenever necessary. Follow the above powerful ways and you can surely accomplish the goal you have set for yourself.

**Here are the MCQ class-wise links to test your child’s knowledge.**

MCQ Class 1 Evs | MCQ Class 2 Evs | MCQ Class 2 Evs | MCQ Class 4 Evs | MCQ Class 5 Evs | MCQ Class 5 Evs | MCQ Class 6 Science | MCQ Class 7 Science | MCQ Class 8 Science | MCQ Class 9 Science | MCQ Class 10 Science