The last and final major subject exam was conducted today on December 11, 2021, for Class 10 students by the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE). The English (Language & Literature) paper was held at affiliated schools across the country. Students were given a duration of 90 minutes, from 11:30 am to 1:00 pm, to attempt and complete the entire paper. While the paper comprised 50 questions in total, students were expected to attempt a minimum of 40 questions to score the perfect figure.
Usually, language papers are more subjective in nature, making students write short answers and explanations along with different compositions. However, according to the revised exam pattern adopted by CBSE, today’s paper was entirely objective in nature. Therefore, soon as the paper is over, several educators and institutes start providing answer keys and exam analysis.
In addition, the education board will soon release the official CBSE Class 10 English 2021-22 answer key on the website cbse.nic.in. This answer key will most likely be released in PDF format. However, there is still no clarity about the result declaration for the Term 1 exams. As per reports, results for both terms will be announced together, at a later stage.
Students, however, need not wait that long to check their CBSE Class 10 English 2021-22 exam score. They can simply use the unofficial answer keys online to calculate a tentative figure. These answer keys will be released in PDF or video format by several educators, in a few minutes. While the PDF answer keys will only specify the right options, the solution videos will specify the right answers along with short explanations and a general analysis of today’s paper.
Educators such as Motion, Foundation Class 6th-10th, and Doubtnut are going to conduct live streams for discussing today’s CBSE Class 10 English Paper 2021-22 and provide the right options for all 60 questions. Before watching this live stream, students are advised to keep a notepad or piece of paper handy to note down the right options. Later on, students can compare this answer key with their marked responses to determine the tentative score.