Bihar Secondary Education Board (BSEB) today, February 18, 2022, conducted the Science Class 10 examination. The first shift was held for a duration of 3 hours and 15 minutes, from 9:30 am to 12:45 pm. The second shift is scheduled in the afternoon, from 1:45 pm to 4:30 pm. The exam was held in the offline, pen-and-paper format. The paper comprised of both objective and subjective questions. While the objective questions have fixed answers, the subjective ones are not so straightforward. So, students will be more concerned about knowing the right answers for objective questions.
The state education board will not be releasing the Bihar 10th Science official answer key today. It will take a while to do so, on the official website biharboardonline.bihar.gov.in. Till that time, candidates can take a look at unofficial answer keys uploaded by subject experts and coaching institutes.
Bihar 10th Science Answer Key 2022
Several coaching institutes are in the process of uploading their Bihar 10th Science 2022 answer keys on their individual YouTube channels. These answer keys will be uploaded soon, in the form of video-based solutions. To access these solutions, students can take a look at the table given below –
|Sr. No.||Name of Educator||Answer Keys|
|1.||STUDY CLASSES GOPALGANJ||Click Here|
|2.||LGR Study||Click Here|
|3.||MAST CLASSES||Click Here|
|4.||Education Galaxy||Click Here|
|5.||Bihar Board Education||Click Here|
Students are advised to keep a notebook and pen nearby while watching the Bihar 10th Science 2022 answer key video. So that they can jot down the answers to all objective-based questions simultaneously while watching the video-based solution.
Bihar 10th Science Paper Pattern 2022
The Bihar 10th Science examination was held for a total of 80 marks, in a mixed fashion. Candidates were expected to answer a chunk of the paper in the OMR sheet and the remaining questions on ruled papers. The paper was divided into two sections – Section A and Section B.
In the Bihar 10th Science paper, section A comprised of 80 objective-based questions out of which, students had to attempt 40. 1 mark was allotted for each question without any negative marking.
In the case of Section B, the paper contained 24 short-answer type questions. Out of which, 8 questions each were allotted for Physics, Chemistry and Biology. Students were expected to attempt four questions properly to score full marks. The question paper also contained 6 long-answer type questions, 2 each distributed across the three branches of Science. For Physics, the long-answer type question carried a weightage of 6 marks. However, for Chemistry and Biology, the weightage given was 5 marks. Students had to attempt only o1 question from each branch.