Bihar Board of Secondary Education (BSEB) successfully conducted the 10th Science (Code 212) exam today, February 18, 2022. The exam was organised in the pen-and-paper format, at selected centres across the country. Class 10 students were given a duration of 3 hours and 15 minutes i.e., from 1:45 pm to 5:00 pm. The paper comprised a mix of objective and theoretical questions. The former had to be marked in an OMR sheet while the latter had to be answered on ruled sheets. Both types of answer sheets were provided by the state board.
After successfully conducting the Bihar 10th Science 2022 Shift 2 exam, students are curious to know the right answers to objective-type questions. These questions have fixed answers which is contrary to theory-based questions having the subjectivity factor.
Bihar 10th Science Answer Key 2022
BSEB is expected to take a few days time to release the 10th Science official answer key 2022. Till that time, students can rely upon unofficial answer keys uploaded by educators and subject-matter experts. These educators have released their answer key videos in the video-based format on their dedicated YouTube channels.
Some reliable Bihar 10th Science 2022 educators include Raushan Maths centre, leletoon and Technical Ranjay. To access these video-based answer keys, students can refer to the table given below –
|Sr. No.||Name of Educator||Answer Key Link|
|1.||Raushan Maths centre||Click Here|
|2.||MAST CLASSES||Click Here|
|4.||Technical Ranjay||Click here|
|5.||ask Class||Click Here|
Of course, it is not possible for students to evaluate their theory answers. However, using the Bihar 10th Science (212) unofficial answer keys, students can check their answers to objective-based questions. All they have to do is jot down the right answers in a notebook or piece of paper and compare them with their responses.
Bihar 10th Science 2022 Paper Pattern
The Bihar 10th Science (212) question paper comprised of two sections – Section A and Section B. While Section A comprised of objective questions, Section B covered both short- and long-answer type questions. All three branches of Science i.e., Physics, Chemistry and Biology were given almost equal weightage in the question paper.
Section A covered a total of 80 objective-based questions out of which, students were expected to solve 40 questions. Each such objective-based question was allotted a weightage of 1 mark.
Section B comprised of 24 short-answer type questions – 8 each in Biology, Chemistry and Physics. Students had to solve only 4 questions from each branch. Additionally, the paper also covered 6 long-answer type questions – 2 from each branch. Students were expected to attempt only 1 question from PCB.