CBSE Class 10 students are finally done with the Term I Hindi Course B 2021-22 exam today, December 09, 2021. Central Board of Secondary Examination (CBSE) successfully held the exam for a duration of 90 minutes, from 11:30 am to 1:00 pm. The test was held offline, at affiliated schools across the country. The paper was entirely objective-based and so, students are already wondering about the answer key. Although CBSE will take time to release their official answer key, educators online have done their bit already. And so, students can easily access answer keys and video-based solutions online.
CBSE Class 10 Term 1 Hindi B Answer Key
Today’s CBSE Class 10 Term 1 Hindi B paper was entirely objective-based. This is different from the pattern followed last year wherein, the board took a more subjective approach. Now, instead of writing short and long-form answers, students had to mark the correct options. This pattern also enables them to calculate their score immediately rather than waiting for CBSE to announce the results later.
Following is a table containing links to answer keys and video solutions for today’s CBSE Class 10 Term 1 Hindi B paper by various educators:
|Sr. No.||Name of Educator||Answer Key Link|
|1.||All About Education||Click Here (Live)|
|2.||Youtube Ki Padhai||Click Here|
|3.||We Won Academy||Click Here (Live)|
|4.||Sir Jee Academy||Click Here (Live)|
Using these links, students can jot down the correct options, tally them with their responses and determine a tentative score. For a more accurate figure, students can make use of multiple answer keys. However, this tentative score will not vary significantly compared to the actual score, but only by 1-2 marks.
CBSE is likely to release the CBSE Class 10 Term 1 Hindi B answer key soon, on the official website cbse.nic.in. These answers will most likely be released in PDF format. Once released, students can easily download this document from the official portal.
According to most students, the CBSE Class 10 Term 1 Hindi B was easier than expected. So, after solving difficult mock exams, students could easily solve today’s paper. Overall, the paper was easy to solve, barring 3 time-consuming sections which needed some extra thinking. However, they weren’t a herculean task to complete. If a student had thoroughly read the NCERT chapters and sincerely solved the sample papers, today’s exam would have been a cakewalk to complete.