Have a math quiz on Binomial Theorem coming up? Or are exams coming soon and you have forgotten everything you learnt about this topic? Fret not, because we are here with some quick tips – which would serve as a checklist of what you need to know about this topic.

If it is any comfort, Binomial Theorem is not really a big topic. In a full math exam paper, you wouldn’t usually get many questions on this topic, as compared to more complex **topics like Trigonometry** or Differentiation.

However, if you want to absolutely ACE your secondary school math exam, every mark counts – even the ‘small’ topics like Binomial! So, sit tight as we walk you through revision for Binomial Theorem:

**1. Be familiar with the Pascal’s Triangle**

Pascal’s Triangle is literally the origin story of Binomial Theorem. Instead of asking about Binomial Theorem, some questions straight up ask about the Pascal’s Triangle – and you are expected to know what it is.

Make sure you know what the Pascal’s Triangle refers to, and how to derive the coefficients in any row of the Pascal’s Triangle.