The mathematics syllabus for the 12th grade indicates that it is difficult. Topics like differential calculus, integral calculus, matrices and coordinate geometry require an in-depth understanding of mathematical concepts. The theory of probability along with permutations and combinations require excellent mathematical reasoning ability.
Analytical geometry deals with circles and tangents and requires that a student be prepared for the rigors of geometry. Arithmetic and geometric sequences are dealt with in-depth. Trigonometry is included with compound and double angle identities.
Factorization and polynomials are covered in greater detail. The theory of correlation is included in statistics. Quadratic and exponential functions along with graphical representation are also included.