Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) is all set to conduct the Class 10 Term I 2021-22 Science examination on December 02, 2021. the exam will be held in the OMR-based offline mode at selected schools across the country. The exam will cover objective-based multiple-choice questions (MCQs) covering a range of topics in Science. With barely more than 24 hours left for the exam, candidates are advised to go through the syllabus, sample papers and previous-year question papers before the exam day.
CBSE Class 10 Science Syllabus
CBSE has provided a yearly and term-wise syllabus for all subjects on the official portal cbse.gov.in for Class 10 students. However, candidates must only look at he Term I syllabus to make sure that they have not missed out on any subject. Although starting a new topic on such notice is not advisable, candidates can at least skim through the topic to understand what it covers and implies. Following are the links to access the yearly and term-wise syllabus for 2021-22 –
|Sr. No.||CBSE Syllabus||Link|
|1.||Entire Year Syllabus||Click Here|
|2.||Term-Wise Syllabus||Click Here|
CBSE Class 10 Science Sample Paper
Additionally, Class 10 students can take a look at the sample papers available on the official website cbse.gov.in. This will provide them an idea about the type of questions to expect in the main exam. Moreover, solving the paper will help candidates prepare better for the subject at the last moment. To access the sample paper provided by CBSE, students can use the following link –
CBSE Class 10 Science Previous Year Question Papers
Apart from looking at the CBSE CLass 10 Science syllabus and sample papers, students can also use previous-year question papers for last-minute preparation. These are easily available in the PDF format for download on the official portal. For quick access to these question papers, candidates can refer to the table below –
|Year||Previous-Year Question Paper Link||Compartment Exam Link|
|2020||Click Here||Click Here|
|2019||Click Here||Click Here|
|2018||Click Here||Click Here|
|2017||Click Here||Click Here|
Although the syllabus and paper pattern may differ compared to the current CBSE Class 10 Science examination, candidates still use these papers for quick revision, especially 1-2 days before the exam.