CBSE 12th Chemistry exam analysis: The difficulty level of the paper was greater than the CBSE sample paper, according to some professors and students who commented on the CBSE 12th Chemistry exam.
CBSE Class 12 Chemistry analysis: The Chemistry examination for students in Class 12 was administered today by the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE). The majority of students and educators thought the paper was fair and asked all the prescribed questions.
“The chemistry exam had a balanced degree of difficulty. The MCQs were rather blunt. The difficulty level of the questions was comparable to prior years, and the question format matched the CBSE sample exam. The majority of the questions were based on NCERT, and students who have properly reviewed the NCERT pattern would do well in the test, according to Ajay Verma, a PGT Chemistry at DPS Indirapuram.
The paper was simple, according to Sakshi Saroha, a Class 12 student at Orchids The International School in Sonipat, and all of the questions came directly from the curriculum. “The questions based on passages were simple to guess. Even the mathematical equations were easy and took little time. I simply finished the paper in time because it wasn’t that long, she added.
“Based on careful observation, the Class 12 Chemistry exam had a high level of difficulty. Although coming from the NCERT course, the questions on the test were difficult. According to the sample exam that CBSE previously issued, it was a relatively challenging subject to attempt, according to Ruchi Gupta, a PGT in chemistry at MRG School.
The MCQs that were asked in every set this year were different, though. “The theoretical questions were mostly the same, but the MCQs in the sets were different. The questions based on the passages were simple to guess. Because the paper was brief, students handled their time well.
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