CBSE candidates can check the last 10 year question papers below:

**Set 1:**

**Find question paper here:***http://media.mycbseguide.com/files/10/maths/lyp/sa2/2016_10_lyp_maths_set_01_delhi_ques.pdf?Signature=RNpnlzozwXCQRJD%2F43aU4irWDSY%3D&Expires=1488487225&AWSAccessKeyId=AKIAJXGSZGICCHCDEVBQ*

**Set 2:**

**Find question paper here:***http://media.mycbseguide.com/files/10/maths/lyp/sa2/2016_10_lyp_maths_set_02_delhi_ques.pdf?Signature=%2BeTik6FToqQV%2FI59IVK56wBDSBk%3D&Expires=1488479744&AWSAccessKeyId=AKIAJXGSZGICCHCDEVBQ*

**Set 3:**

**Find question paper here: ***http://media.mycbseguide.com/files/10/maths/lyp/sa2/2016_10_lyp_maths_set_03_delhi_ques.pdf?Signature=a3%2FgRGhrHHIzuEdYBGDEgvBEoG4%3D&Expires=1488479786&AWSAccessKeyId=AKIAJXGSZGICCHCDEVBQ*

**Before solving the question papers, the candidates must keep the following things in mind:**

- In the exam, all questions are compulsory

- The exam consists of 31 questions divided into four sections — A, B, C and D

- Section A contains 4 questions of 1 mark each, Section B contains 6 questions of 2 marks each, Section C contains 10 questions of 3 marks each, and Section D contains 11 questions of 4 marks each

- Also, the students must note that the calculator is not allowed

**Quick tips to prepare well**

- Make a list of all important formulae and concepts for quick revision

- Solve all NCERT questions and solved examples

- Understand the formulae

- Do not skip any topic, complete the syllabus thoroughly

- Identify your weak areas, where you are unable to answer and work on those areas.

Date: Mar 2, 2017

Source: IndiaToday