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Instructions to the Examinees for MATHEMATICS As per guidelines of the WBBSE
    01) Do everything nicely, neatly, with proper attention in the answer script. From the very first page try to impress the examiner by your beautiful presentation.
    02) Remember, you are not present in front of the examiner to explain your answers. Hence your answers should be self-explanatory.
    03) In the answer script make a margin of 1 inch to the left for the examiner and a margin of 2 inches to the right for your rough work. Never do your rough work in the left margin.
    04) Rough work is very important. Give proper attention to that. If your rough work is correct but the main work is wrong you get full marks.
    05) While copying the data from the question paper be very very careful. Don’t be a victim of
“Copied Wrong”
    06) If you cancel an answer by striking it, make a new answer taking a new space and never inter-mix with the old one.
    07) NEVER OVERWRITE. Write afresh.
    08) While doing a sum never turn back or side to listen to other students. It deviates your concentration and you commit
“careless mistakes” which is very dangerous. Even by knowing the sum well, you lose marks which is not desirable.
    09) As per present guidelines, whatever you do, you get some marks. So don’t be disappointed.
    10) Many students forget to give the sum nos. Examiners may penalize you by deducting 1 mark each. Be alert. Suppose a particular sum No. 2 has three sections : a, b, c.
Give the numbers as : 2(a), 2(b), 2(c) and not as 2(a), (b), (c).
    11) Always write the answer separately and distinctly.
In Objective, be alert about two values with signs.
         Do the calculations in the Answer Script on the main body itself and not on the right side as other rough works.
    13) In Algebra, while taking common be very cautious, about
“ bracket ” and “–” sign.
    14) In Graph, define the axes, origin and unit first. Write as : Let X /OX and YOY / be the x-axis and y-axis respectively intersecting perpendicularly at origin O. The length of a side of a smallest square is taken as unit in the graph paper.
    In “ solve graphically ” question don’t write as “ Point of intersection is (3, 5)”. Write as : From the graph we find that the given lines intersect at P (3,5).
Hence the solution of the given equations are x = 3 and y = 5.
    15) In Arithmetic, statement is very important. They should be grammatically correct and meaningful. Only doing the calculations and getting the correct answers is not enough. If your statements are wrong, you get no credit.
You can get Model solution for Partnership, Rule of Three, Motion Graph from me.
    16) In Geometry, logic should be given within [ ] brackets. E.g., ABC = BCD [alternate angles] OR ABC DEF [ by SAS congruency].
         Try to draw the figures accurately with sharp pencil, truly representative of the given data.
         If you can not solve a Rider, draw the figure cleanly, you get 1 mark, write the items “Given” and “RTP”, again you get 1 mark.
    17) In Mensuration, be very very careful about the “ units ”. Different units are given in the same sum. Don’t forget to convert them to same unit before calculations start.
    18) In Trigonometry, never do like this sin
a = sin 60O, so,  a = 60O.
    19) Revise the copy starting from the cover page, Registration No, Copying sums from the question Papers.
Never leave the exam hall before time. Revise the doubtful answers once again.