Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) has today, December 02, 2021, conducted the Term I Science Exam 2021-22 through the offline mode. The exam was held for a duration of 1 hour and 30 minutes, from 11:30 am to 1:00 pm. As per students’ reaction, the paper was moderate, with equal questions featuring from each subject – Biology, Physics, and Chemistry. As soon as the paper was done, candidates have been incessantly waiting for the answer keys to come out. Here’s all they need to know about the CBSE Class 10 Term I Science answer key.
CBSE Class 10 Term I Science Video Solutions & Answer Key
In addition, to answer keys in the PDF format, candidates can also take a look at answer keys and video solutions on YouTube. Several reputed channels have conducted live sessions explaining answers to all questions. Following is a list of YouTube channels that may release the answer key for today’s paper along with links to their YouTube channels –
|Jitendra Pandey [LIVE]||Click Here|
|Singhkori Education||Click Here|
|Shubham Pathak||Click Here|
All the above-mentioned channels have provided a live session or a dedicated video to provide answers to today’s paper. Hence, candidates can simply access the link, wait for the analysis to begin, and note down the answers while simultaneously watching the video. Singhkori Education and Doubtnut are in the process of conducting live sessions for discussing the Science paper and divulging the right answers. Shubham Pathak will most likely release a dedicated video to discuss the entire paper.
Candidates can also follow the below-given link to access the CBSE Class 10 Science answer key document directly:
CBSE will also be releasing the answer keys to all Term I subject exams, in due course of time. Answer keys will be released in PDF format on the official website CBSE.nic.in. However, this process will take some time. In fact, the board is expected to release the answers keys once the Term I board exams are over. So, in the meantime, students can take a look at the unofficial answer keys and video solutions available online. Later on, once the official draft has been released, candidates can tally their answers with the ones provided in the official draft for any mistakes or inaccuracies.