The Bihar School Education Board (BSEB) has concluded the first shift of the third day of board exams. The scheduled exam was Chemistry and it took place from 9:30 AM to 12:45 PM. Students will now have to appear for the second shift of the exam in which Geography and Agriculture will be held. Now, with the completion of the Chemistry exam, students seem to be looking for the answer keys.
The Bihar 12th Chemistry examination was held for a duration of 03 hours but students were also given an additional 15 minutes for reading and analyzing the question paper. However, so far, the official answer keys have not been released by BSEB yet. So, students have to make use of the unofficial answer keys for cross-checking their answers.
Where and how to check?
The unofficial answer keys will be released by various educators and coaching centres on platforms like YouTube. Students have to go through the question paper analysis videos to evaluate their performance and crosscheck the answers. To know how to check the answer keys, take a look at the steps given below.
Step 1- Visit YouTube at youtube.com
Step 2- Type ‘Bihar 12th Chemistry Answer Key 2022’ on the search box
Step 3- Click on the ‘Search’ button after which a list of videos will appear
Step 4- Go through them and crosscheck the answers.
Direct Links to Access Bihar 12th Chemistry Answer Key 2022
|Released By||Direct Link|
|12th Chemistry Answer Key by ROOTS||Click Here|
|12th Chemistry Answer Key 2022 by Bihari study||Click Here|
|12th Chemistry Answer Key 2022 by ABHISHEK Tutorial||Click Here|
|Chemistry Objective Answer Key 2022 by rk math gyan||Click Here|
These are some of the channels that have come up with the answer keys so far. However, more channels will be releasing the question paper solutions over time. Thus, students should keep an eye on them from time to time.
As per sources, the question paper for Bihar 12th Chemistry exam 2022 is set for 70 marks, while 30 marks is fixed for practical exams. The questions were asked from a total of 16 units. Altogether, there were 96 questions divided into two different sections. In Section A, there were 70 questions out of which students were required to answer only 35. These were MCQs for which 01 mark was allotted for each question. In Section B, there are 26 questions, out of which one is required to answer 13 of them. Marks, for the questions in this section, ranges from 2 to 5.