Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) today, December 04, 2021, conducted two Class 10 papers today – Maths Basic and Maths Standard. Although both papers cover the same portion, they differ in terms of the level of difficulty. Hence, the Maths Basic question paper covered sections directly from the NCERT syllabus. No question in the paper was out-of-the-box or outside the topics present in the Class 10 textbook.
Now that the Class 10 Maths Basic 2021-22 paper, students are incessantly searching for the answer keys online. Of course, CBSE will release the official answer key, on the website cbse.nic.in. However, it will take a few days for the official draft to release. Till then, students can also refer to the unofficial versions present online. They may contain a few errors.
CBSE Class 10 Maths Basic Answer Key
To get the most accurate answers, students can refer to 2-3 answer keys. This way, they can calculate the most accurate score instead of waiting for CBSE to announce the Class 10 term I 2021-21 results.
Following is a table containing links to some of the answer keys. These links will direct students to the online channels of educators who have uploaded video solutions for today’s paper. Students can search for the video solution on these channels, watch the video and note down the answers simultaneously.
|Sr. No.||Educator’s Name||Link|
|2.||CBSE Guidance||Click Here|
|3.||Dear Sir||Click Here|
|4.||Math Infinity – 9th & 10th Maths||Click Here|
After noting down all answers, students can then, move on to calculating their Class 10 Maths Basic 2021-22 exam score. To do so, they have to employ a simple marking scheme:
Class 10 Maths (Basic) score = (No. of correct answers) x 1
To the delight of students, there is no negative marking for incorrect answers. Hence, any unanswered or incorrect question will be allotted 0 marks. Candidates can also access the answer key document by visiting the below-given direct link:
Direct Link to CBSE Class 10 Maths Basic Answer Key
As predicted, the Class 10 Maths (Basic) paper was easy, with most questions asked directly from the NCERT Term I syllabus. In the absence of negative marking, students could attempt the entire paper without any hesitation. If by chance, any doubtful answer would turn out right, students will have scored an extra mark more than expected, in the paper.
According to the new board pattern prescribed by CBSE, Term I will comprise one objective-based exam and the practical exam. The second term will comprise a theoretical exam and internal assessment.