The Central Council of Secondary Education (CBSE) has today completed the chemistry class 12 exam. According to the experts of the students, the paper was well balanced and according to the CBSE sample papers. While Sections A and B were easy, Section C was low in moderation, experts say. A few questions were time consuming and had to be answered step by step. There were also enough internal choice questions and in general the students are satisfied with their exam, according to experts.
The chemistry paper had three sections with different weights of characters. While Section A had two points, Section B had three points and Section C consisted of five points. There were three sets of paper.
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“A few questions were easy, but it took a lot of time to write step-by-step answers. There were plenty of internal choices given in each section, which was a great relief to students. Sections A and B were easy, while Section C was little moderate. The students had no problems with time management and completed the paper within the allotted time. All questions were doable and comparable to the sample papers practiced in the classroom. Overall, all students were happy and satisfied with the paper,” explains Chanchal Sharma, PGT Chemistry, TDI International School.
“Most of the questions are direct and based on CBSE’s sample paper. The paper required a thorough understanding of the concept according to the NCERT chemistry textbooks. It has good conceptual and numerical questions. The easy and medium questions are in the right proportion,” said Ruchi Gupta, senior academic coordinator of MRG School.
“From the teacher’s perspective, the paper was balanced and based on NCERT. Almost all sections were easy and according to the syllabus. They were also satisfied from the perspective of the students and a few thought it was an average paper. And they are sure they will get good grades,” said Alok Bansal, a chemistry teacher at Silverline Prestige School, Ghaziabad.
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“Class 12 Chemistry paper was based on the NCERT textbooks prescribed by CBSE and the content was duly covered. The response from the students was positive and they were able to try the paper comfortably within the allotted time,” said Divya Bhatia, director of Amity International School, Saket.
“60 percent of the questions came directly from the exercises mentioned in the textbook and the rest were slightly modified. The students thought it was a high-scoring paper. They were happy to finish the paper on time and expect good grades,” said Ashok Kumar, PGT-Chemistry, Vidyagyan School, Bulandshahr.
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