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The Maths paper contained three sections – A, B and C, consisting of 14 questions (HT_PRINT)

Cbse Class 10 Term 2 Maths Paper Analysis: Students Say Exam ‘easy But Lengthy’


The Central Board of Secondary Training (CBSE) on Thursday carried out the Time period 2 arithmetic examination (normal and fundamental) for sophistication 10 college students. 

The examination was for 40 marks and was held from 10.30 am to 12.30 pm. 

The students who appeared for it deemed the paper to be “simple however prolonged”.

“Right this moment’s Arithmetic paper was fairly simple, however a little bit prolonged. Just a few questions have been actually time-consuming as we needed to write step-by-step solutions. All of the questions have been as per the syllabus solely and have been on the anticipated strains,” Hindustan Occasions quoted a pupil as saying. 

A few of the academics had related views of the paper as effectively. 

“The ‘Primary Arithmetic” part was straight as per NCERT sample and college students didn’t discover it powerful. As for the “Commonplace Arithmetic” half, the questions have been of above-average toughness appropriately for college students wishing to pursue Arithmetic in larger courses afterward. Any pupil who had labored upon his ideas would have executed effectively in it,” stated Devesh Singh, trainer from Prayagraj. 

The paper contained three sections – A, B and C, consisting of 14 questions. Part A comprised six questions of two marks every, Part B comprised 4 questions of three marks every and Part C comprised 4 questions of 4 marks every.

The passing mark for the examination is 13. 

The reply key for it’s anticipated to be made out there by the board after the tip of all of the exams. 

The CBSE Time period 2 exams started on 26 April in compliance with all Covid-19 security protocols. The Term 1 class 10 board exams began on 30 November final 12 months and went on until 11 December.

For the approaching tutorial 12 months, the board has determined to revert to its earlier follow of conducting board exams for courses 10 and 12 solely yearly.

 

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