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CBSE Class 10,12 Sample Papers 2022: Pattern of Questions and Marking Scheme explained

CBSE Class 10,12 Sample Papers 2022
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The CBSE class 10, 12 Sample Papers 2022 for the Term 1 board examination has been released by the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE). The sample papers released by the CBSE are for the term 1 examination which is going to be held in the month of November and December. The students appearing for the examination would get 90 minutes of time duration to answer the questions. 

 

The question paper pattern and marking scheme for the sample paper is mentioned below. The students must note that the maximum marks are based on the total marks of the theory part of the subject. The total time of 90 minutes decides the total number of questions given in the question paper. 

 

There are more questions for theory-based subjects like Biology, History of 12th class and English, Social Science for 10th class. Whereas, there is a lesser number of questions for class 10 and 12 Mathematics. 

 

 Class 10 Term I Exam- Marking Scheme and Question paper pattern

 

Subject

Theory Marks

Term 1 Marks

No. of Questions

Science

80

40

50

Hindi

80

40

40

English

80

40

50

Maths

80

40

40

Social Science

80

40

50

 

Class 12 Term I Exam- Marking Scheme and Question paper pattern

 

Subject

Theory Marks

Term 1 Marks

No. of Questions

English

80

40

50

Accountancy

80

40

45

Biology

70

35

50

Business Studies

80

40

50

Chemistry

70

35

45

Economics

80

40

50

Geography

70

35

50

History

80

40

50

Mathematics

40

40

40

Physical Education

70

35

50

Physics

70

35

45

Political Science

80

40

50

 

CBSE Sample Paper Marking Scheme: Teachers are Raising Concern

 

The teachers are raising concern over the disparity in the number of MCQ questions. As per the current marking scheme, the teachers are claiming that the students when solving questions for fewer marks have a huge error margin. The main concern of the teachers remains limited over the disparity.

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