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CBSE Class 12th Political Science Exam Review 2019: Check Out Students’ Reactions

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CBSE Class 12th Political Science Exam Review 2019 update: CBSE concluded the Political Science board exam for class 12th students today, March 19, 2019.

Initial responses from students suggest that the question paper was moderate and lengthy.

Experts who reviewed the paper also reiterated that the paper was based out of NCERT.

Check out student reactions below.

“There were no surprises in the question paper. It was straightforward with expected questions. Perhaps a little lengthy but it was basically because we knew what to write!,” Saumya from Delhi Public School told timesnownews.com.

“Paper was very good with straight forward questions and I could complete the paper in time. I expect to score good marks,” Ravi Verma another student told Hindustan Times.

“My preparation and practice was enough for today’s exam. I am sure I’ll score great marks,” said Bhavya Yadav, another student.

If reports are to be believed then many students are expecting more than 70 marks. Overall, the paper was easy.

Important points at a glance

CBSE concluded the Political Science board exam for class 12th students today, March 19, 2019.

Initial responses from students suggest that the question paper was moderate and lengthy.

Experts who reviewed the paper also reiterated that the paper was based out of NCERT.

The students responding to the questions were particularly happy.

Check out student reactions above.

Exam Name: CBSE Class 12th Political Exam

Exam Conducting Authority: Central Board of Secondary Education

Exam Date: March 19, 2019

CBSE Class 12th Political Science Exam paper pattern

Section Question Marks
 Section A Questions 1 – 6 1 mark each
 Section B Questions 6 – 10 2 marks each
 Section C Questions 11 – 26 4 marks each
 Section  D Questions 17 – 21 5 marks each
Section  E Questions 22 – 29 6 marks each

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