CBSE Class 6 Maths Question Bank and Important Questions Chapter wises

CBSE Question Bank for Class 6 Maths contains all the important questions Chapter wise. Just after understanding a topic students need to attempt critical questions of that topic to be able to make sure that they understand the topic fully and are ready from examination point of view. Thus Question bank help students to practice and understand every particular chapter of Maths totality and also get well prepared for final exams.

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Maths Topics to be covered for Class 6

  • Knowing Our Numbers: Introduction, Comparing Numbers, Large Numbers in Practice, Estimation nearest tens, hundred, thousands, outcomes of numbers situations, sum and difference, product, Using brackets, Roman Numerals.
  • Whole Numbers: Introduction, Whole Numbers, The Number Line. Properties of whole numbers, Patterns in whole numbers
  • Playing With Numbers: Introduction, Factors and Multiples, Prime and Composite Numbers, Tests for Divisibility of numbers, Common factors and Common multiples, Some more Divisibility Rules, Prime factorization, Highest Common Factor (HCF), Least Common Multiple (LCM), Some Problems on HCF and LCM.
  • Basic Geometrical Ideas: Introduction, Points, A Line Segment, A Line, Intersecting Lines, Parallel Lines, Ray, Curves, Polygons, Angles, Triangles. Quadrilaterals, circles.
  • Understanding Elementary Shapes: Introduction, Measuring line segment, Angles-right and straight, Angles-Acute, Obtuse and Reflex, Measuring angles, Perpendicular Lines, Classification of Triangles, Quadrilaterals, Polygons, 3-dimensional shapes.
  • Integers: Introduction, integers, addition of integers, subtraction of integers with the help of a number line, Ordering of Integers
    Note: As per SCERT guidelines, content not to be taught- section 6.2 except 6.2.1, 6.2.2, section 6.3 exercise 6.2 section 6.4 exercise 6.3
  • Fractions: Introduction, Fraction, Fraction on Number Line, Proper, Improper and Mixed Fractions, Equivalent fractions, Simplest form of a fraction, Like fractions, Comparing fractions, Addition and Subtraction of fractions.
  • Decimals: Introduction, Tenths, Hundredths, Comparing decimals, Using decimals, Addition of numbers with decimals, Subtraction of numbers with decimals.
  • Data Handling: Introduction, recording data, organizing data, Pictograph, interpretation of a pictograph, drawing a pictograph, a bar graph.
    Note: As per SCERT guidelines, content not to be taught- Data Handling but to be included in math lab activities only.
  • Mensuration: Introduction, Perimeter, Area, Area of Rectangle, Area of square.
  • Algebra: Introduction, Matchstick Patterns, The Idea of Variables, More Matchstick patterns, More examples of Variables, use of variables in common rules, expressions and variables, what is an equation, solution of a equation. Using expressions practically.
    Note: As per SCERT guidelines, content not to be taught-section 11.6 and exercise 11.2, section 11.7 and exercise 11.3, section 11.9 & 11.10 and exercise 11.5.
  • Ratio and Proportion: Introduction, Ratio, Proportion, Unitary method.
  • Symmetry: Introduction, making symmetric figure, figures with two lines of symmetry, figures with multiple lines of symmetry, reflection and symmetry.
    Note: As per SCERT guidelines, content not to be taught-symmetry but to be included in math lab activities.
  • Practical Geometry: Introduction, The Circle, A Line Segment, Perpendiculars,perpendicular bisector of a line segment, Angles

For Preparation of exams students can also check out other resource material

CBSE Class 6 Maths Sample Papers

CBSE Class 6 Maths Worksheets

CBSE Class 6 Maths Question Papers

CBSE Class 6 Maths Test Papers

CBSE Class 6 Maths Revision Notes

Importance of Question Bank for Exam Preparation?

There are many ways to ascertain whether a student has understood the important points and topics of a particular chapter and is he or she well prepared for exams and tests of that particular chapter. Apart from reference books and notes, Question Banks are very effective study materials for exam preparation. When a student tries to attempt and solve all the important questions of any particular subject , it becomes very easy to gauge how much well the topics have been understood and what kind of questions are asked in exams related to that chapter.. Some of the other advantaging factors of Question Banks are as follows

  1. Since Important questions included in question bank are collections of questions that were asked in previous exams and tests thus when a student tries to attempt them they get a complete idea about what type of questions are usually asked and whether they have learned the topics well enough. This gives them an edge to prepare well for the exam.Students get the clear idea whether the questions framed from any particular chapter are mostly either short or long answer type questions or multiple choice based and also marks weightage of any particular chapter in final exams.
  2. CBSE Question Banks are great tools to help in analysis for Exams. As it has a collection of important questions that were asked previously in exams thereby it covers every question from most of the important topics. Thus solving questions from the question bank helps students in analysing their preparation levels for the exam. However the practice should be done in a way that first the set of questions on any particular chapter are solved and then solutions should be consulted to get an analysis of their strong and weak points. This ensures that they are more clear about what to answer and what can be avoided on the day of the exam.
  3. Solving a lot of different types of important questions gives students a clear idea of what are the main important topics of any particular chapter that needs to focussed on from examination perspective and should be emphasised on for revision before attempting the final paper. So attempting most frequently asked questions and important questions helps students to prepare well for almost everything in that subject.
  4. Although students cover up all the chapters included in the course syllabus by the end of the session, sometimes revision becomes a time consuming and difficult process. Thus, practicing important questions from Question Bank allows students to check the preparation status of each and every small topic in a chapter. Doing that ensures quick and easy insight into all the important questions and topics in each and every individual. Solving the important questions also acts as the revision process.
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