The Mathematics exam for CBSE class 10 is going to be conducted tomorrow, i.e. May 05, 2022. There will be two papers for the exam which are Mathematics Basic and Mathematics Standard. Students must note that the exam is scheduled from 10:30 AM to 12:30 PM. At this point, it is likely that almost every examinee is going through the last stage of preparation for the exam. However, the preparation remains incomplete if one has not yet gone through the sample paper.
How to download?
CBSE has previously released the class 10 Maths sample paper on its official website – cbseacademic.nic.in. This sample is a replica of the actual question paper using which students can get an idea about the type of questions they can expect in the exam tomorrow. Hence, it is reiterated to practice the same and also go through the solutions that are released by educators. To know how to download the sample paper, go through the steps given below.
Step 1- Visit the official website of CBSE at cbseacademic.nic.in
Step 2- Click on the drop-down arrow beside ‘Sample Question Paper’
Step 3- Now, select ‘SQP 2021-2022’ and again click on ‘Class X’
Step 4- Scroll down and find Mathematics (Basic) and Mathematics (Standard) under the ‘Subject’ column
Step 5- Click on ‘SQP’ under Term 2 Sample Question Paper
Step 6- The sample papers will be displayed on a new page
Step 7- Download and save the same for practice.
Direct Links to CBSE Class 10 Maths Sample Paper
These are two levels of the existing Mathematics examination. Although the difficulty level is different, the question papers are based on the same syllabus. A total of five units are required in the CBSE Class 10 Maths syllabus. These units are as follows:
- Statistics and Probability
The question paper will be set for a total of 40 marks. However, the remaining 10 marks will be covered by internal assessment. There will be a total of 14 questions in the question paper which will be divided into three sections namely A, B and C. Section A will cover 6 questions and each question will be for 2 marks. Section B will have 4 questions and each question will be for 3 marks. Similarly, Section C will have 4 questions with each question carrying 4 marks.