The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) is presently conducting the class 10 term 2 board exams 2022. Exams have already commenced on April 26, 2022 and will continue till May 24, 2022. CBSE is going to conduct the Mathematics Basic examination tomorrow, i.e. May 5, 2022. With the remaining time left for the exam, students must gear up with their preparation. The very first step towards this last-minute preparation stage is to go through the sample papers as well as the previous year’s question papers.
Where to find?
CBSE has already released the term-wise sample question papers on its official website – cbseacademic.nic.in. These sample papers can be easily downloaded and then students can practise them to enhance their preparation. It must be noted that there are two levels of the Mathematics exam that will be held tomorrow. The first one is the standard level and the next one is basic.
However, the question paper for both of them will be based on the same syllabus. It’s only the level of difficulty that will vary. To know how to access the sample papers, go through the steps given below.
Step 1- Visit the official academic website of CBSE at cbseacademic.nic.in
Step 2- Click on ‘Sample Question Paper’ and then select ‘SQP 2021-2022’
Step 3- Again, click on ‘Class X’ and download the sample question paper from the second term.
Click Here to Download CBSE Class 10 Basic Maths (241) Term 2 Sample Paper
However to access the solutions, one needs to refer to the solved sample paper released by educators and subject experts. These solutions are available in the form of discussions that can be helpful in understanding the methodology also. To access them easily, the direct links to the sample question paper solutions have been given below.
|Released By||Direct Links|
|Gyaani Keeda||Click Here|
|Maths Teacher||Click Here|
|Dear Sir||Click Here|
|Ignited Minds||Click Here|
In addition to the sample paper, it is also advised to take a look at the previous year’s question papers to boost one’s preparation. Although the question paper patterns may be different, practising them can still help the students get an idea about the type of questions they can expect. For more previous year’s question papers, visit docs.aglasem.com.
|Question Paper (Set-wise)||Direct Link|
|Paper 1||Click Here|
|Paper 2||Click Here|
|Paper 3||Click Here|
|Paper 4||Click Here|
|Paper 5||Click Here|
|Paper 6||Click Here|