*“Life is only good because of two things. Discovering mathematics and teaching mathematics” – Simon.*

Who doesn’t love math? Isn’t it one of the most fascinating subjects ever taught? Well, some might agree to it while some wouldn’t. All students have their favourite subjects in school and as they grow up to go to college they choose their stream according to it. The level of study of Mathematics in 11th grade can be a little difficult but if you study adequately, you can easily score full marks.

In all fields of life, you need to give a test to prove to yourself and the world that you are the best and that you can do well. In the same way, in academics, exams are conducted at the end of the semesters to test your knowledge and skills. They serve as a springboard for our professional careers. As the class 11th examination approaches, many students might get anxious about how to prepare for the test and achieve high scores. For the exams, here is a compiled list of valuable suggestions that might help you enhance your performance and results. Students will be able to prepare properly and score well with the help of these below tips. So put on your seatbelts and get ready for the ride.

Let’s start with some tips :

- Plan properly – The learner should begin by creating a topic checklist and dividing the subjects into chapters. Concentrate on subjects in which you excel, and practice as many exam-based questions as possible at this stage. Start working on the chapters where you’re weak. Start by taking notes on these areas, and then start practising questions from previous year’s papers. Be sure to keep your daily or weekly progress updated in the checklist chapters.

- Study smartly – It is only half the battle won if you study regularly and complete your Syllabus on time. Projects, assignments, and practicals must be completed on the day they are assigned in order to be completed. Gradually progress to more challenging topics by starting with easy chapters first. In fact, even the most challenging topics will become simpler and easier to understand once you’ve mastered the fundamentals. You can use educational calculators for better problem-solving.

- Solving papers – Students can practice for the final exam by completing sample papers. Attempt to solve questions from prior years’ examinations as well. It will allow you to understand the question format and marking scheme before the exam.

- During the exam – Before beginning to tackle the Maths exam, the student should review the question paper and determine which problems they can readily answer. Try solving easy questions first and then start with difficult questions.

- For a better understanding of topics, utilize diagrams, graphs, or tables. Distinguish your themes into categories. Make use of tables, for instance, to study mathematical tables and hypothesize them via the use of tables. The material will be better understood if you study several diagrams and graph examples.

- Instead of racking your brains over textbooks and notes, you should try to get some sleep. Just before you go to sleep, think about the subjects you learned that day.

- Textbooks and guides make it easier to comprehend a topic. These books help simplifies the problem by breaking it down into smaller pieces. There is a formula list in the guide, which serves as a review tool and aids in the last-minute glance before the test. One must not skip the key questions and previous papers. This will help in finding weak and strong areas.

Now let’s look at the chapter-wise study that you should be doing for your class 11 Maths exam. You can use the **Vedantu class 11 maths chapters** for guidance.

- Sets – Subset, Superset
- Set’s intersection and union
- Power Set Concepts
- Probability – Concerns with the analysis of random phenomena.
- An event’s probability
- Arithmetic expressions for events that are mutually exclusive and exhaustive.
- Permutations and Combinations – When items are distinct, you may use permutations to create combinations.
- When items are not distinct, there exist permutations.
- Complementary Problems
- Straight lines – Two forms of the straight line are Point Slope and 2 Points
- Slope Straight line intercept form
- The angle formed by two lines
- Straight lines can be intercepted using this technique.
- A point’s distance from a line, and the distance between two parallel lines
- Straight lines as they appear in their normal form
- Mathematical Reasoning -Implications
- Refusal to make a claim
- Statements with the conditional clause ‘If’ or ‘only if’ are valid
- Falsification of a statement
- Relations and functions – Cartesian Product of Sets
- Concept of Relations
- The use of functions with a real-value
- Principle of mathematical induction – A technique of proving a statement, theorem or formula, for each and every natural number n.
- Trigonometric Functions – There are three types of trigonometric functions:
- Graphs of trigonometric functions
- Identifications based on trigonometric identities
- Equations Using Trigonometric Functions
- Sequences and Series – An Arithmetic progression’s n-term sum
- Sum of n terms of GP nth term of arithmetic progressions and geometric mean progressions
- Limits and Derivatives – A polynomial function and a rational function’s limit
- The trigonometric function’s maximum or minimum value
- A function that is derived
- Trigonometric and polynomial functions are derivative functions.
- Linear Inequalities – Equations with one variable that is linear
- Two-variable linear equations system problems
- Binomial Theorem – Expansion of a binomial function in its general and middle terms
- Complex Numbers and Quadratic Equations – Conjugate of a Complex Number and its Modulus
- Complex Numbers in Polar Form

Now that you have a clear idea about the chapters and what all to focus on in them, it is time to start studying. There will be times when you would want to give up but those are the times when you actually have to push yourself and complete your work. Wishing you all the very best and luck with your exam.