Looking for NEET / JEE Coaching? Enquire Now

My favorite subject in school - Maths

In this essay, you read about my favorite subject 'Maths'. It is my favorite subject because we can discover the world of numbers. I love to calculate different factors and get the result. Always, I love to play with numbers.

Maths has been my favorite subject in school since L.K.G. I love the world that is filled with numbers. When I was three years old, my uncle from U.K sent me DVDs of alphabets and numbers. In the videos, I saw beautiful videos of numbers. I saw numbers being displayed in the air and so I developed interested in numbers. Then I also learned to count by viewing the videos. Then no sooner when I joined the school, I began to learn addition, subtraction, etc. When I reached a primary level, then I learned multiplication.

How I really developed interest in Maths

I just began liking Maths because I understood who it is useful in real life. My father then taught me the concepts of addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division when I reached primary level. Then I just started loving this subject and love to play with numbers. In my childhood, many mathematical tools were given to me such as counting slate, maths games, video games, etc to improve my mathematical skills. Today, maths is the favorite subject in my school and I always score highest marks in this subject.

About my maths exam this year

I am studying in IV grade now and I am studying different chapters on Mathematics such as BODMAS, factorization, L.C.M, H.C.F, complicated divisions, multiplications, simplifications, etc and I am able to solve any Maths problems easily. I love to study Arithmetic part of mathematics and we are taught simple geometry chapters also. We are also taught about shapes, drawing circle, angles, triangles, type of triangles, etc I am able to solve different problems of simplification and BODMAS that seem to be really interesting to me. So, I feel that I am playing with numbers.

My maths teacher

My maths teacher is a well-qualified woman who can explain every problem of Maths in an interesting way. She taught us the ways to draw a line perfectly so that we can draw triangles, angles, etc perfectly. Like other subjects, Maths is not such a subject to be memorized and so I understand every step to solve a problem. Every problem in Maths is different and the teacher has taught us with tremendous efforts so that I am able to understand every problem. She explains to us difficult problems with examples and by making associations so that we can understand them clearly.

My contribution for Maths in class

I am always ready to help the other weak students in Maths before the examination. Whenever, somebody comes to me and asks me a problem, I always explain to them the method of solving problems. When I teach somebody mathematics, I also revise my subject. In a day, I study this subject twice in a week for 45 minutes at home. Whenever I need help, my parents are always ready to help me and so I do not go for tuitions also.

So, I wish that every student should study this subject with devotion and they can develop keen interest for this subject. One should not be scared of this subject but just treat it as a game of numbers.

Author: Partha K.04 May 2017 Member Level: Diamond   Points : 20

What an article about a subject with which I have developed a peculiar love-hate relationship! Since the very beginning of my school life, I had never been interested in studying Mathmatics. Both my parents have been from Humaities background, so they were not unhappy either. However thanks to some very good teachers in our school and some brilliant friends who were unbelievably strong in Mathematics, I was forced to study and practise Mathematics, and because of stiff competition with those 'terrible' friends, I scored above 90% in my Xth Board examination. Same story was repeated in X+II Board also.

Due to my good score in Mathematics, I had to take admision in Maths. Hons. in one of the best colleges of Kolkata. Then my hateful relationship with the subject came before all my Professors, and ultimately I performed 'spectacularly' with very low percentage in B.Sc. However, even then, I managed to get admission in Post-Graduation and ultimately completed M.Sc. in the subject. Then I respectfully bid adieu to Higher Mathematics.

However, I must admit that due to my training of Mathematics and because of strict ban on use of calculator, I developed a logical mind and ability to calculate very fast. These helped me to clear all competitive examinations in which I appeared, without any sort of coaching. In turn, after getting Govt. job, I got opportunity to study some of my favourite subjects upto the Post-Graduation level.

This is, in a nutshell, my love-hate relationship with the favourite subject of the author. The author's style captivated me. I simply like this article. it will inspire many students to try to develop an interest in Mathematics.

Author: Rashmi verma10 May 2017 Member Level: Silver   Points : 4

Maths for me was a nightmare in school although got good marks but it was in class 8 that I developed love for the subject because of my teacher. She was so clear that even the toughest sum seemed easy. Everyone wanted to finish first and get appreciation from her. She was very helpful and loving.

One very important lesson that I learnt of life from maths was that every problem has a solution. It is just a matter of converting and moving towards the solution step by step. So I would like the students to develop interest in maths because it makes you logical and develops a problem-solving attitude which is of great help in life.

Author: Gaurav Singh20 Aug 2017 Member Level: Gold   Points : 5

Style of writing this article is very impressive. It feels so connected. Maths has always been my favorite because I love challenges and Maths never disappointed me in this case. My relation with mathematics has become stronger over the year because we have developed a good understanding between us. I have solved so many problems of maths so, it's obvious for us to have very good relationship.
I am an aspirant of SSC and last year I appeared for SSC CHSL paper which contains 25 questions from Mathematics carrying 50 marks. I solved 24 of them, 1 question was wrong so I left that. When the result was announced it was a pleasant surprise for me because I had cleared the first stage of examination. I have scored 152.5 out of 200 and I got the highest in mathematics. Yes, I got 50 out of 50. Currently I am waiting for Tier-2 result. I just want to say that me and maths have always been very good friends and the time that we spent together paid me back in my exams.
I hope both of us will continue doing magic in upcoming years too as I have several exams ahead.

Guest Author: Rachna12 Jan 2018

My maths at starting was not so good. I really didn't like this subject. The calculation was easy but to solve any problem was really difficult. I always opened my maths book and learned and my mother used to say nobody reads mathematics and ask me to practice it. When I reached 10th, our new maths teacher was good. I started liking maths but as I reached 12th, our tuition teacher was awesome. He solved problems in such a manner that maths seemed interesting and easy and I scored 93 out of 100 which was unbelievable for me. And today, I am a math teacher!

• Do not include your name, "with regards" etc in the comment. Write detailed comment, relevant to the topic.
• No HTML formatting and links to other web sites are allowed.
• This is a strictly moderated site. Absolutely no spam allowed.
• Name:
Email: