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The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) has changed the pattern of board examination paper with a reduction of 30% syllabus in the coronary. In the 10th and 12th board exams to be held next year, many papers will have two sections instead of four and the number of objective questions will also be increased. However, there is no change in the marking scheme of the examination.
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According to experts, due to the lack of proper preparation of students in the lockdown, the new pattern will reduce the pressure on the candidates and will also provide a better performance. The complete information about the change in the blue print of exam pattern and sample paper has been released on the CBSE website.
Major changes in the pattern of paper
Hindi : In class 10, instead of four section, there will be 40 marks in two section. In the first section, objective and short and long answer type questions will be asked.
English : The 12th board will ask multiple choice and short and long answer type questions in two parts.
Biology : 12th Biology will have four parts instead of five. The number of questions has been increased from 27 to 33.
Psychology : The number of questions in the 12th Psychology subject has been increased from 17 to 21.
Arts: In the 12th, the number of multiple choice questions was changed from 15 to 15.
Physics : The topic includes questions related to logical ability. In the first part, four logical ability questions of 1-1 marks will be asked.
Chemistry: A total of 33 questions will be asked in the 12th. The first 2 questions will have multiple choice or logical reasoning of 1-1 marks.
Students will reduce pressure due to increased choice
According to CBSE Coordinator William D’Souza, the board exam pattern has been changed to reduce the pressure on students. Every year, subject-wise case study questions have been reduced, while the number of multiple choices has been increased. After syllabus deduction, more choice in exam pattern will give students better performance.