The BSEB Class 12th Geography examination was concluded today, February 03, 2022, in the second shift from 1.45 pm to 5 pm. The examination was concluded across all the exam centers in the state. The examination was concluded for 3 hours and an extra 15 minutes was provided to read the Geography question paper. As of now, there is no official answer key announcement by the board itself.
However, the unofficial answer key for the BSEB Class 12th Geography examination has been released by several educationist and coaching classes. Although, these are unofficial in nature but have been compiled by industry experts making them authentic in nature. Candidates who have participated in today’s examination can use these Bihar Board class 12th Geography answer keys to deduce the probable marks scored.
Bihar Board Class 12 Geography Answer Key
Several answer keys have been released on Youtube and since these are available as a video link. Therefore, they are more convenient to check and cross verify the answers marked in the response sheet. Candidates can also use the prescribed marking scheme to calculate the tentative marks obtained in the board exam. The below-mentioned space comprises the direct link of the answer key video link available on Youtube
|Youtube Channel||Geography Answer Key Link|
|KSS Raju Sir||Click Here|
|Bihari Study 99%||Click Here|
|Education Sangrah||Click Here|
|BiharBoard All Subject||Click Here|
|Education Tak||Click Here|
As per students, who have appeared in the examination, the level of the questions asked was of moderate level. Candidates who have practiced well and prepared wholeheartedly, could have scored maximum marks in the examination. The BSEB Class 12th Geography exam had 100 questions from the chapters notified by the board earlier in the syllabus released by the board.
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The question paper had a mix of objective and subjective questions. There were two sections, part A and part B, part A had 70 questions out of which 35 questions were compulsory. Whereas, part B had 20 short-answer-based questions, out of which 10 were compulsory. For each correct answer, candidates get 1 mark while there was no negative marking for any wrong answer.