From class 8 every subject starts to become a bit denser, and that includes mathematics also. The topics and the concepts to be studied now are not confined to this stage only. Later in life, when the students will apply for various professional exams like SSC, Railway, and many others, they will once again face these topics and concepts. So, it is better that one establishes her/his core strong enough, that in future it can support them and pushes them towards prosperity.

RS Agarwal’s mathematics books are known for the authenticity and diversity of their contents. These books are not only popular among the school students, but also among the examinees of different professional and academic examinations. While the authenticity of these books helps the students to build a solid core, the diversity of the contents makes them more confident and competent enough to face different mathematical questions. Also, if the students face any problems, they can use **Class 8 Maths RS Agarwal Solutions** to clear their doubts. This article is all about how one can make Maths an easy subject, hence score a good percentage in the examination.

**Importance of Each Chapter**

In Mathematics, almost all the chapters and topics are important. But from the aspect of examinations, the students must know how important they are.

- Rational Numbers – it carries 8% of the total marks.
- Linear Equations in One Variable – it carries 10% of the total marks.
- Understanding Quadrilaterals – it is an important chapter and carries 13% of total marks.
- Practical Geometry – it carries 8% of the total marks.
- Data Handling – also an important one. It carries 11% of the total marks.
- Squares and Square Roots – carries 12% of the total marks.
- Cubes and Cube Roots – 6% of the total marks.
- Comparing Quantities – the most important chapter. It carries 16% of the total marks.
- Algebraic Expressions and Identities – it carries 12% of the total marks.
- Visualizing Solid Shapes – carries 7% of the total marks.
- Mensuration – one of the most important; carries 15% of the total marks.
- Exponents and Powers – 6% of the total marks.
- Factorization – it bears 12% of the total marks.
- Introduction to Graphs – also 12% of the total marks.
- Playing with Number – the last one; it carries 10% of the total marks.

From this list, the students can understand that though there is a little fluctuation, all the chapters have a decent amount of importance. And their preparation should be in accord with that.

**Importance of Practice**

** **When it comes to mathematics, there is only one to study – practicing. But the students are advised to make sure that they have already mastered the basics and the shortcuts such as tables, square roots, and cube roots. Having a good grasp of these basics will facilitate the act of practicing and make it more engaging. If that is done, one should go through the exercise and sample question sets thoroughly. To have an advantage, one must make sure that not a single exercise question is left behind. Being meticulous will pave the way to a better performance in the exam.

**Importance of Dealing with the Challenging Topics**

** **Most of the time in mathematics, the difficult ones are the most important ones. One cannot possibly avoid the challenging topics if she/he wants to score well in the exam. So, the students need to practice them and conquer them. At first, they might seem very tough or even insoluble, but for that, one should take the help of the teachers or use the Solutions. Chapters like Geometry, Quadrilaterals, Algebraic Expressions, and Mensuration are difficult to deal with initially. But once the students get used to these, they become more and more invincible. So, the mantra is to solve them instead of fleeing from them.

**Importance of Making Notes**

** **As the students walk through the syllabus, they will meet a lot of formulae, techniques, and shortcuts. It is recommended that they note them all revise them very frequently. Formulae are the backbone of the chapters like Mensuration. Without those formulae, one cannot solve one single question from the whole chapter. In the same way, one must remember as many square roots and cube roots as possible to save time in the exam hall. Learning the formulae and roots by heart will be advantageous for one in future examinations.

**Importance of Sample Papers and Revisions**

** **Solving sample papers makes one more confident and prepares one for all kinds of questions. It will help one to memorize the techniques and shortcuts, and how to use them more efficiently. By solving a lot of sample papers and by expanding their knowledge of mathematics, the students can get many common questions in the exam. And more importantly, one must go back and revise from the start. A good revision includes solving the most problematic questions multiple times; revising the formulae, shortcuts, tables, and the notes taken earlier as many times as possible; and finally getting rid of the habit of making silly mistakes. A good revision can help one excel in any subject in any examination.

These are all the things that one must do to excel in maths with ease. Now, there are certain things that one should not do. Firstly, one must not underestimate a chapter based on the percentage of marks it carries. Sometimes, questions from these chapters can make up for a question from the important chapters that you could not solve in the exam. Secondly, it is advisable that the students do not waste their time on a question whose concept is not clear to them. Lastly, one must read the question paper very carefully. A small mistake like picking a wrong number or missing out on a square root can turn out to be disastrous. It will become insoluble, much time will be lost, and it will reduce the confidence level of the students.