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 consists of important chapter wise formulae that you will need to remember along with any important points you should keep in mind while preparing for your exam. The proper credit for these notes has been given in the PDF file itself. Please check it out! It will be very useful to you! … Continue reading Mathematics: Important Formulae and Points to Note
Mathematics is easy for some, difficult for others. What is important is whether you like the subject or not! Cultivate a liking towards math, and you'll be breezing through it in no time! Here are several important identities which you may want to keep in mind while solving sums. They will help you out the … Continue reading Math: Algebraic Identities
Here are the names of selected textbooks I've gone through and found to be really informative... They have precise information, not too detailed, not too short... Go to your bookstore and check them out! ENGLISH I: Applied English Grammar and Composition (With Internal Assessment) by Fr. Lawrence Mendonca NOVA PUBLICATIONS - New Delhi Living English … Continue reading Textbook, Textbook.. Which to choose?