CBSE Term 1 Exam LIVE: CBSE Class 10 students appeared for the Science paper on the term 1 day 2 exam. The term 1 exams will continue till December 11.
The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) conducted the Class 10 term 1 Science exam today, December 2. As per students and teachers, the Science paper was balanced and NCERT-based. Seema Behl, Principal, Brain International School said, “The students found the Science paper balanced and moderate. The questions were totally NCERT based. Since there were questions based on the activities given in the lesson, the students who would have waded through them would have benefitted.”
The Science exam was held from 11:30 am for a duration of one hour and 30 minutes. The format of the CBSE term 1 Science question paper was multiple-choice questions with no provision of negative marks. CBSE Class 10 exams will end on December 11.
CBSE is holding the board exams in OMR sheets for the first time this academic session. Students were required to darken the correct option using a black or blue point pen only. Use of pencil was not allowed during exams.
Central Board of Secondary Education, CBSE Answer Key 2021-22 for Class 10 Science Term 1 question paper has been prepared by subject experts now. Teachers with years of experience have shared the answer key for today’s examination below for students to check and tally their responses with. CBSE Class 10 Science Answer Key pdf for download along with question paper is also provided below for reference.
Students and parents are requested to note that the answer key shared is based on the set of question paper attached only. There may be multiple sets of question papers shared across the country. This has been shared by a student from Gurgaon and provided here only for reference purposes.
CBSE Answer Key 2021 Class 10 Science
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