Analysis of the scientific article CBSE class 10 term 2 2022: The Central Board of Secondary Education Chemistry article, CBSE Class 10 Term 2 was done today. The initial analysis of the article comes from students and experts. According to the answers, the document was easy and not long at all. The paper was 40 points and it was the fourth major exam for class 10 students.
CBSE CLASS 10 TERM 2 SCIENCE PAPER ANALYSIS 2022: STUDENT REVIEW
“The article that was written today was easy and not at all long, it was totally a concept based article with no tricky questions,” said Divasjot Singh, a student at Father Agnel School, Vaishali.
He added: “Section A was very easy but a bit long, Section B is also easy based on counts and Section C was a concept based question which included case studies. I hope I will get high marks in the exam.. A few questions were the same as the CBSE sample paper.I am very satisfied with the paper.
“It was an easy article with simple questions. Also, some of the questions were the same as the sample articles, only section C was tricky,” said Arjun Bansal, St. Andrews Scots Sr. Sec. School, Delhi.
CBSE CLASS 10 TERM 2 ANALYSIS OF SCIENTIFIC DOCUMENTS: TEACHERS’ REVIEW
Teachers after going through the questionnaire shared that the document was easy and completely based on NCERT and that it was quite good.
“The language of the document was very simple and clear, none of the questions were out of the curriculum. The numbers were also very simple and easy,” says Vice President Sharma, TGT Science, Fair Child Public School, Delhi.
Jayant Kumar, TGT Science, Seth Anandram Jaipuria School, Lucknow shared, “Overall the document was easy, it was not long and a CBSE based document. , in physics the numbers were easy and in chemistry the reactions were also simple, without extra questions outside the curriculum, and in biology the application questions were easy to moderate.”
CBSE GAVE A GOOD SELECTION OF QUESTIONS
According to the teacher, “This time CBSE gave good choices for question selection, students who thoroughly studied the syllabus would be able to do it correctly without confusion.”