On March 07, CBSE class 10th students have appeared for the Maths board exam. After the vocational subjects, CBSE has started with the core subjects. Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) has conducted the Maths paper smoothly. Students after the exam seem satisfied with their question paper. According to them, the paper was easy but a bit lengthy. Most of the questions were average apart from two to three questions. As per the reports, mixed reactions were recorded but the overall level of the paper was easy as compared to the last year.
CBSE class 10 Maths paper consists of 30 questions. Maximum marks are 80. The paper was started at 10:30 am and continued till 1:30 pm. While the entry inside the examination hall was from 9:00 am to 10:00 am. At 10:15 am question paper was distributed among the students and 15 minutes provided to the students to read the entire question paper.
The questions in the paper are mostly from NCERT and the pattern of the paper was quite similar to the sample papers provided by CBSE. Thus, by analyzing the question paper, the overall paper was balanced.
After interviewing the students after the exams mixed reactions received. As for some paper was easy but bit lengthy. While for others the paper was average. One can easily score above 80 marks. There were only three to four questions which were tricky and most of the students got the wrong answer. This year most of the questions were conceptual. Questions of geometry are from NCERT book only. While there is one question of four marks of a frustum which was less answered correctly. As compared to the previous year CBSE Maths paper of the academic year 2018-19 is easy and scoring as well. Students who have attempted the paper yesterday hoping to score good marks in Maths.
CBSE class 10 Maths paper consists of 3 sets. As per the reports, the third set was a bit difficult with trigonometry and Arithmetic progression part.
After the Maths, students are now preparing themselves for Science which is scheduled on March 13. This year more than 16.38 lakh students have registered themselves under CBSE examinations. CBSE class 10 board exams will continue till March 29, 2019.
For the academic year, 2019-20 CBSE is going to introduce only two sets of Maths paper. Mathematics Basic and Mathematics Standard. The level of Mathematics Basic paper is quite easy as compared to the existing one. While the level of Mathematics Standard will be the same as that of the existing one.
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