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CBSE Class 12th Maths Exam Review 2019: Students find paper tough

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CBSE Class 12th Maths Exam Review 2019 update: CBSE concluded the Maths board exam for class 12th students today, March 18, 2019. The exam paper was conducted smoothly without any chaos. Students were upset with the CBSE Class 12th Biology paper. The questions were tough.

While the questions were directly from NCERT, the paper was tricky and confusing.

According to reports, the students with real thorough practice were able to attempt the complete paper.

Below are the reactions of the students.

“I was not able to finish the paper on time. Not because it was though. I found it bit lengthy.I concentrated more on section C & D, which consumed my most of the time. So I couldn’t attempt some section B questions,” Yash Dedha, a student told The Times of India.

“Full paper was easy. I was expecting 3D question would be difficult but the was also very easy and straight form the NCERT,” pointed out Akhilesh Singh Khatri, another student.

“I have appeared for JEE Main 2019 in January and some of the questions reminded me of the difficulty level of those questions,” Parikshit, another student, told www.timesnownews.com.

CBSE Class 12th Maths Exam paper pattern and marks distribution

 

Section Question Marks
 Section A Questions 1 – 4 1 mark each
 Section B Questions 5 – 12 2 marks each
 Section C Questions 13 – 23 4 marks each
 Section  D Questions 24 – 29 6 marks each

 Important points at a glance

CBSE concluded the Maths board exam for class 12th students today, March 18, 2019. The exam paper was conducted smoothly without any chaos. Students were upset with the CBSE Class 12th Biology paper. The questions were tough.

  •  While the questions were directly from NCERT, the paper was tricky and confusing.
  • Approximately 5, 40, 000+ candidates appeared for the exam.
  • CBSE Class 12 Maths paper ends with a Thumbs down from students.
  • The initial response from teachers and students suggest that the paper was a bit tricky.

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