CBSE: The Outline/Pattern of the 10th and 12th papers will change

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CBSE: The Outline/Pattern of the 10th and 12th papers will change

CBSE: The outline of the 10th and 12th papers will change… Now there will be a pattern like this… This can be big news for the students of the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) Bio. CBSE Board is going to make some important changes in the pattern of Biology paper of class 10th and 12th. Students will get to see these changes in the year 2021 question paper.

Actually, the board will now ask 10 percent of the questions in the 12th biology paper from the case study. At the same time, 20 percent of the paper’s questions will be objective. This will also be applicable for students of class 10th. That is, the students of both class 10th and 12th will get 20 percent of the questions in the paper, which will answer multiple choice, fill in the blanks and one word answer.

According to a live Hindustan report, the board will now ask 20 percent of the questions in the paper, which used to be 10 percent earlier. And it will be implemented in the year 2021 exam. Explain that the board has started. Thee practice of objective questions from the year 2020 itself. This year 10 percent questions were kept objective in every paper of both 10th and 12th classes.

CBSE: The Outline/Pattern of the 10th and 12th papers will change

Changes in the Chapters as well:

CBSE has also made changes in the chapters of many subjects with a change in the pattern of examination. 15 group topics of P block of Solid State of Chemistry were taught in 11th, it will now be taught in 12th. However, no changes have been made in the Physics Chapters. While applied mathematics is included in the maths.

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