DSSSB TGT Mathematics Syllabus
TGT Mathematics paper consists of two-part.TGT Mathematics exam is 200 Marks and includes 200 questions. Each question is of 1 Marks and involves (0.25)marks negative marking.
- Part A includes 5 Sections, each section is of 20 marks - English Language, Hindi Language, Reasoning, Quantitative Aptitude, Reasoning, and General Awareness.
- Part B includes 100 questions from the topic mentioned below.
|Elementary Number Theory|
|Linear Equations in two variables|
|Pair of Linear Equations in two variables|
|Areas and Volumes|
Which topic to begin the preparation with?
- It is advisable to go through the previous year's question papers and point out the Important topic from which questions being asked and cover those topics first.
- As candidates need to qualify Part A with 40%, so maintain a balance between both Part A and B.
Timetable for DSSSB TGT Mathematics preparation
Candidates can follow the timetable given below on a daily basis to complete the syllabus of both Part A and Part B on time. Candidates can be made modifications according to their choice and familiarity with the subjects.
|Current Affairs||15 (Minutes)|
Right Strategy to attempt the DSSSB TGT Mathematics questions paper
- Candidates should begin with Part A first and try to complete it in 40 to 45 minutes and the rest of 1.15 hours should be kept to solve Part B.
- Part B is a bit tough so try to complete part-A as soon as possible and keep the extra time for Part B.
- A candidate needs to qualify Part B with 40% marks so keep this in mind and at least attempt 50 to 55 questions.
Do's and Don'ts for DSSSB TGT Mathematics preparation
1. Practice is the only key to get success in the Mathematics exam, the more you practice greater will be the chance of selection.
2. Prepare a proper list of formulas and short tricks and paste it near the study table for quick glance whenever you pass by.
3. Practice previous year's question papers to know the pattern of the type of questions that can be asked.
4. Don't try to solve questions in a conventional way as it is a time-consuming process. We need to solve 200 questions in 2 hours, so apply shortcuts wherever possible.
5. Don't try to cover the whole syllabus in one go, select one topic and develop gripping over it.
6. Be consistent with the preparation. If you are dedicating 2-3 hours every day then keep the pace and do not step back.
7. Lastly, be confident! You and only you can reach the goal, so be prepared with dedication and do not underestimate your calibre. You can do it!
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