CBSE Class 10 Maths Previous Year Question Papers

CBSE Class 10 final exams are just around the corner. We understand that students face a lot of pressure surrounded by heaps of advice around. So we’ll just cut to the chase and come to the point. Here we have the set of papers from previous years for students to practice. This is a perfect time to solve the question papers and get ready to face the board exam with 0% stress and 100% confidence. 

Before you download, here is why students should solve previous years papers before the D-day:

  • Solving the papers will certainly help them understand the pattern and format of the examination. 
  • It also helps the students to manage time and their speed of solving the problems so that they don’t miss out on anything during the actual examination.
  • This exercise also helps them mentally ready for the final exams. Practise makes man perfect perfectly applies in this case. 
  • Solving previous years’ papers helps students to understand the part in the syllabus they need to work on and the part they are good at. Thus, this is a smarter exercise of revision to strengthen their weaknesses. 

Previous year Mathematics Question papers


CBSE Class 10 Mathematics Question Paper-2019


CBSE Class 10 Mathematics Question Paper-2018


CBSE Class 10 Mathematics Question Paper-2017


CBSE Class 10 Mathematics Question Paper-2016


CBSE Class 10 Mathematics Question Paper-2015


All in all, this practice is certainly beneficial for students. Parents can print this set and give it to the children to practice recreating the environment of the board exams, just to help them get ready for the finals.

Team Zedua wishes All the Best!


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