The students who have opted Political Science appeared for the exam yesterday. The Central Board of Secondary Education conducted the exam of Class 12 Political Science on Tuesday i.e. on March 19, 2019. Over 1,70,000 students took part in the examination. As per the students, the question paper was scoring and the questions were easy. Those who had studied properly can get more than 70 marks in this subject.
According to some teachers, the questions asked in the exam were not at all difficult and all the questions were asked from NCERT book itself. So, the students may get a good score in the subject.
Some students said that there were no surprises in the question paper in terms of questions. However, the questions were quite lengthy. But as they knew what and how to write. So, this was not a big task for them. The reactions of the students were all the same. They are quite happy with their performances.
An expert said that there were two questions that most of the students would not have attempted. Often the students miss out the correct and necessary points in the answers. However, the marking would be done purely on the basis of what they have written in the exam.
This year, the CBSE Board has also increased the number of questions in the internal choice. The students were quite happy with this action while some students expected more questions of 1 mark. After analyzing the entire question number, one can say that the toughest part was 1 mark questions.
As per the exam pattern of class 12, there were a total of five sections. The name of the sections was A, B, C, D, and E. In Section A, the board asked 6 questions of 1 mark each. Section B contains 5 questions. In this section, each question contains 2 marks. 4 marks questions were asked in Section C. There were questions from 11 to 16. From the question number 17 to 21, there were 5 questions in Section D. The questions were 5 marks each. Section E had question number 22 to 29. These were of 6 marks each.
Now, the CBSE Board is conducting the next exam on March 23, 2019. The exams are of Sanskrit Elective/ Legal Studies/ Sanskrit Core. The last exam of class 12 students is on April 04, 2019. The subjects for which the exams will be held on this date are Philosophy/ Entrepreneurship/ Human Rights and Gender Studies/ Theatre Studies/ Library & Info. The result of class 12 is expected to be available on or before May 10, 2019.