On request from Ayush, a dedicated reader, here's a more-than-late post on how to make notes for various subjects. Though I prefer not to make excuses, it is "better to be late than never!" 😉 Here is a step-by-step guide on how to make your own notes: Making notes in class: * Read … Continue reading How To Make Notes on Various Subjects (TIPS)
Here are a few last-minute tips for writing your Mathematics paper: * Make sure you fill up the necessary details on any graph papers. Also mention the question number and the section it belongs to. * For clarity, outline/highlight your answer in a box, ex. if your answer is x=2 , draw a box around … Continue reading Mathematics: Last-Minute Tips
Time for my "Tip of the Day"! It's been quite a while, hasn't it? Well, one thing that I have noticed among my readers, is that many are confused as to how they should study for math and physics. These two subjects leave them desperate for help. Worry not, my friends! Math and physics aren't … Continue reading Tip of the Day #4
This PDF file I found on the internet, from the website http://www.examrace.com, is extremely helpful. If you go through it, it will make arithmetic easier for you. The file includes ways to remember which numbers are divisible by which, how many prime numbers there are from 1 to 100, and various other shortcuts. NOTES - … Continue reading Math: Tips, Tricks, and Shortcuts (Notes)
A noted follower had requested a PDF file of questions/answers. Well, this is even better! The following link is of an e-book of Mathematics by Mr. M. P. Keshari. PART 1 (Chp 1 to Chp 11): http://www.icseguess.com/ebooks/x/maths/part1/ PART 2 (Chp 12 to Chp 23): http://www.icseguess.com/ebooks/x/maths/part2/index.php PART 3 (Chp 24 to Chp 29): http://www.icseguess.com/ebooks/x/maths/part3/index.php It is … Continue reading Mathematics: E-book!