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Math Coaching in Chandigarh 6th 7th 8th

Class VI, VII, VIII

Math Classes for VI, VII, VIII

Grooming students in mathematics in junior level helps them prepare better in a fun way for the challenges they may face as they advance to the higher levels. We believe that learning the subject right from Class VI onwards equips the students to build a solid foundation by connecting and applying mathematical concepts in different ways and situations. They develop a strong number sense and better computational skills which pave the way forward to ready themselves for various competitive examinations in future. With repeated practice, they gain confidence in their own approach to problem solving, estimation & approximation, use of patterns, visualization, making connections and logical reasoning. These aspects are crucial to not only preparing for CBSE & ICSE course material but also to cracking any form of entrance tests and Olympiads that they will eventually be facing while opting for a chosen career path.

Aryabhatta Exam

This Inter-School Mathematics Competition was launched by Summer Fields School, Kailash Colony, New Delhi in 1982 with an objective to discover and sharpen the minds of young Mathematicians. It witnesses student participation in large numbers from across prominent educational institutes. This has grown into a celebrated and much sought after competition in the field of Mathematics. The participants are nurtured through a lens of positive and scientific approach towards thinking and reasoning. Their mathematical acumen is gauged and developed so that they grow into future thought leaders and problem solvers. Aryabhatta Inter-School Mathematics Competition endeavors to encourage analytical skills in students so that they are on the right path towards fulfilling their dream careers in today's competitive society.

Aryabhatta Exam Preparation Pattern

Class 8
Logical Reasoning (MCQs) 10 Questions of 1 mark each
Multiple Choice Questions 20 Questions of 1 mark each
Free Response Questions (Type I) 20 Questions of 2 marks each
Free Response Questions (Type II) 10 Questions of 3 mark each
Class 11
Mathematical Aptitude (MCQ) 30 Questions of 1 mark each
Free Response Questions (Type I) 20 Questions of 2 marks each
Free Response Questions (Type II) 10 Questions of 3 mark each