CBSE 10th 12th Exam 2021: Case study related questions will be asked for the first time in CBSE 10th and 12th examination. There will be questions on two case studies in all the main subjects of class 12th. A case study will have five objective type questions. Any four out of five have to be answered. The 12th will consist of ten questions of ten marks each on two case studies. Of these, only eight have to be answered.
16 questions will have to be answered in 20. Answer:
Only questions related to case study in Mathematics will be asked in 10th standard. There will be a total of 20 questions. It will have to answer 16 questions. Every question will be objective. St. Michael’s High School Mathematics teacher Sanjay Kumar said that this time case study questions will play a decisive role in bringing good marks in Mathematics. For the first time a question related to a case study of 16 marks will be asked. In the 12th, there will be two case study questions in Physics, Chemistry, Biology and Mathematics. Both have to be answered.
Concept of NCERT will be asked Case Study: If the board believes, questions will be asked from the concept part of NCERT. Abha Chaudhary, a teacher of chemistry at Notredm Academy, said that a paragraph with photos will be attached to a subject. There will be some questions related to it. Will have to answer this. This is a good chance to collect points.
CBSE 10th Exam 2021: Many changes in the pattern of CBSE 10th exam 2021, optional questions removed in mathematics
– Questions will be of eight marks in 12th and 16 marks in 10th
– Question from the case study – Candidates will have a good chance to get better marks.
The pattern of 10th and 12th will be the same,
this time the question paper pattern of Mathematics has been made the same as that of 10th and 12th. There will be difference in standard of questions. Talking about class 10, basic and standard mathematics will also have the same question paper pattern.
CBSE class 10th-12th syllabus will be reduced by 50 percent
Sanyam Bhardwaj (Controller of Examinations, CBSE) said, the case study questions will be asked for the first time. Schools have been informed. From now on, students should prepare. Students will get information about the questions that remain in the case study easily in the question paper.