The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) will conduct the class 10 Term 2 English examination on Wednesday, April 27, 2022. Students who are going to attend the examination can practice using the previous years’ question papers to enhance their preparation. The CBSE has made available the previous years’ question papers and model question papers on their official website. It had earlier released the sample papers for all subjects on its academic portal to acquaint candidates with the changes in the exam pattern. According to that, questions from the remaining 50% of the syllabus will be asked in the Term 2 board examination.
CBSE Class 10 English Previous Year Question Papers
The students can prepare well for the CBSE class 10 term 2 examinations 2022 by practicing using the previous years’ question papers. They can use the links given in the table below to access the previous year question papers for CBSE class 10 English examination.
|CBSE 10 English – 2020 Set 1||Click Here|
|CBSE 10 English – 2020 Set 2||Click Here|
|CBSE 10 English – 2020 Set 3||Click Here|
|CBSE 10 English – 2020 Set 4||Click Here|
|CBSE 10 English – 2019 Set 1||Click Here|
|CBSE 10 English – 2019 Set 5||Click Here|
|CBSE 10 English – 2019 Set 4||Click Here|
|CBSE 10 English – 2019 Set 2||Click Here|
|CBSE 10 English – 2019 Set 3||Click Here|
|CBSE 10 English -2018 Set 1||Click Here|
|CBSE 10 English -2018 Set 2||Click Here|
|CBSE 10 English -2018 Set 3||Click Here|
The CBSE has also released the question bank and sample questions for the class 10 English examination on their official website. Students can download the CBSE class 10 English sample questions by following the link given below.
CBSE Class 10 English Sample Questions – Click Here
CBSE Class 10 English Paper Pattern
The examination is conducted for a total of 50 marks where 40 will be allotted for the written exam and 10 for the internal assessment. There will be a total of 3 sections in the question paper i.e. Reading and Writing, Grammar, and Literature. The Reading and Writing and Grammar sections will carry 10 marks each and the literature section will carry 20 marks. Section A – Reading has 18 questions from which students should attempt a total of 14 questions, Section B – Writing & Grammar has 12 questions from which a total of 10 questions should be attempted, and Section C – Literature contains 30 questions out of which 26 should be attempted.
The literature section will have questions from all three textual parts. There will be questions from the chapters
- Glimpses of India
- Madam Rides the Bus
- The Sermon at Benares
- The Proposal
- The Tale of Custard the Dragon
- The Making of a Scientist
- The Necklace
- The Hack Driver