Examination time is coming and so the preparation is on the head. CBSE class 10 examinations are going to start in February. There about lakhs of students who have registered themselves for class 10 board exams 2019. CBSE class 10 syllabus is divided into the main and the language section. The main subjects are listed out as English, Maths, Science, Social Science, Hindi, Music, Painting etc. and so we are with the syllabus of English Commutative.
Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) has prescribed the syllabus of the English commutative (code 101) for class 10 students. The exam paper will be of 80 marks. CBSE class 10 english paper for 2019 will be of three sections- A, B, and C. The duration of the paper will be of 3 hours.
Section A is of Reading Skills which is of weightage of 20 marks. Section B is of Writing skills and grammar of weightage of 30 marks. While the last is Section C of a literature textbook of weightage of 30 marks. This is the overall distribution of 80 marks in the exam paper. You can also refer the detailed syllabus from below.
The more you learn, the more you understand and the same applies here. English is the subject which needs understanding as well as learning. There are many students who found the English as the toughest subject to learn. But do not get panic. Just go with the flow.
CBSE class 10 English syllabus is not wide. Its first section consists of the questions on the basis of the reading comprehension all short type and long type questions. The second sections test you how well you write and explain the things as well as your understanding of grammar. The third section is of literature consists of the questions on the basis of chapters prescribed in your textbook.
For the year 2019, CBSE has come up with the lots of changes in the pattern of the examination. And the list starts with the date of examination. This year, the board is going to start the examinations a bit earlier. Class 10 examinations are going to commence after February 19 first with the vocational subjects followed by the core subjects in the month of March. The entire schedule of the examinations is not yet released.
Through reports, this came to know that CBSE will release the class 10 and class 12 date sheet 2019 by the end of this year.
Also, passing in the exams also becomes easy. Only 33% of the total marks are required to pass the exams in class 10.
For reference download the Sample Paper from here.
Best of Luck and Prepare Well.
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