CBSE class 12 Maths paper held on March 21, 2018, was easy albeit a bit lengthy. However all questions were from NCERT which was a big relief to all. Students and teachers are happy with the question paper. All questions were such that they could be attempted. Only few found sections C a little tough. Overall, students and teachers have given CBSE 2018 class 12 mathematics paper a thumbs up!
Students across the nation can take a moment to sit back and relax for a while. One of the most important examinations is over now.
All the questions in the exam were from the syllabus and the paper was as per the pattern. Questions that were time consuming were formula based ones.
Paper was moderate; Section C and D were the toughest
Students and teachers have agreed that section D was a bit difficult. Other than section D, candidates had difficulty in solving questions from section C as well. Especially the questions from calculus left the students scratching their heads.
The questions in the exam were direct and based on NCERT. This left few candidates disappointed!
Numerous candidates who were taking coaching for entrance examinations, like JEE Main, felt that NCERT would have been sufficient for preparation and there was no need to prepare from so much material. Yet, surely the extra preparation will help these candidates to crack the entrance examination.
In Comparision to last year…
…the difficulty level of the paper was the same. If candidates had difficulty in solving few questions then in other sections, there were questions which were pretty easy as well. This year, for most of the subjects, the questions papers were not very tough but lengthy.
More than 11 lakh candidates appeared for CBSE Class 12th examination, in 4138 centers across the nation. The class 12th board examination has also been held in 71 centers outside India. The last exam will be held on April 13, 2018.
Majorly all the big examinations are over. The result of class 12th board exams will be announced in the month of June 2018, on cbse.nic.in. The students will need roll number to check it. The subject wise scores, as well as, the overall marks and percentage will be disclosed via it.
Candidates planning to appear for the entrance examinations should have a good preparation strategy now. This is a very precision time period where you can make it or break it. Firstly, ask your self How to prepare for JEE (or any other exam) after boards? Then start working on making your strong areas stronger. In a month or so you cannot complete the entire syllabus. Also, rather than working on weak areas start revising. Practice mock test and sample paper. These are the best medium to get hang of the paper pattern and level of difficulty. All the best.