The Central Board of Secondary Education has changed the exam pattern of 10th and 12th class board examination this time due to Corona. This change will be acceptable from this session 2020-21. Students and parents can see this change in the exam pattern through the sample paper released on the official website.
However, the change has been made in several papers. The change will benefit more than 9 thousand students of a dozen CBSE schools in the Jhalawar district.
Now only two sections will have questions in Hindi subject of 10th standard. There will be only objective type questions in the first section while short and long answer questions will be asked in the second section. Till now, in Hindi, questions were asked in 4 sections. There will be forty marks in the 1st section of Hindi and forty marks in the 2nd section.
Furthermore, the English subject of class 12 has also improved. Till now, in English, questions were asked in three sections, but now two-section questions will be asked. There will be MCQ or multiple choice type ques in the 1st section and short and long answer type ques in the 2nd section.
In the 12th biology question paper, the number of questions will be four instead of five and the number of questions has been increased from 27 to 33. Similarly, this year the number of objective questions in psychology has been increased from 17 to 21.
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The number of questions reduced – The CBSE board said that the number of question papers has been reduced in many subjects of the Faculty of Arts. The number of multiple-choice questions has been changed from 15 on the board to 15 in class 12. In which only fourteen questions have to be answered by students. Information about the change in the examination papers has been given from the sample paper so that students do not face any problems.
Students will benefit- The change will benefit the students. Children’s scoring will increase. The board has come up with a possible schedule for a practical exam. Students should start preparing, said GR Meena, Principal Kendriya Vidyalaya, Jhalawar.