The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) has successfully conducted the class 10 Mathematics (Basic) examination today, i.e. May 05, 2022. Students had to appear for the exam for a duration of 2 hours, i.e. from 10:30 AM to 12:30 PM. Additionally, every student was given a reading time of 15 minutes. However, soon after the conclusion of the exam, various coaching centres and subject experts are expected to come up with the answer keys. Students who want to analyze their performance in the exam can go through them. The exam was held amidst all COVID-19 protocols.
CBSE Class 10 Maths Basic Answer Key 2022 Set 1, 2, 3, 4 PDF is now available for download
Where to check?
Note that the official answer keys are not yet available and are expected to be released once the entire CBSE term 2 examination culminates. At this point, only the unofficial answer keys are available for reference. These answer keys are mostly released by subject experts and coaching centres. Students can access them from the respective channels of these centres.
CBSE has conducted the class 10 Mathematics examination for two papers namely Basic and Standard. The syllabus for both the exams is the same but the difficulty level varies. Channels such as Gyaani Keeda, Math Infinity, Dear Sir, Maths Teacher, etc. are some of the coaching centres that students can refer to for getting the answer keys. For easy access, the direct links to these coaching centres have been given below.
CBSE Class 10 Term 2 Maths Basic Answer Key with Solution
|Released By||Direct Links|
|CBSE Guidance||Click Here|
|Gyaani Keeda||Click Here|
|Math Infinity – 9th &10th Maths||Click Here|
|Dear Sir||Click Here|
|Maths Teacher||Click Here|
|Mathematics Analysis CBSE||Click Here|
After going through the answer keys, students can also calculate a tentative score. The question paper covered a total of five units from the CBSE class 10 term 2 Maths Basic syllabus. These units were mainly Algebra, Geometry, Trigonometry, Mensuration and Statistics and Probability. The total marks of the question paper are 40 while the remaining 10 marks will be covered by internal assessment.
A total of 14 questions were asked in the question paper. Using the marking scheme given below, students will be able to analyse their performance and also calculate a score in the exam. Further, these questions were divided into three sections namely A, B and C. The section-wise marks and question distribution have been given in the table below.