The CBSE class 10 term 2 Maths Standard examination has concluded today, i.e. May 05, 2022. A duration of 2 hours was given to the students to complete the exam. As such, the exam was held from 10:30 AM to 12:30 PM. CBSE has been conducting the term 2 board exams from April 26 and it will end on May 24. Right after the conclusion of the Maths Standard exam, students seem to be in search of the answer keys and question paper solutions.

**CBSE Class 10 Maths Standard Answer Key 2022 Set 1, 2, 3, 4 PDF is now available for download**

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**How to check?**

As of now, the official answer keys have not been released and are likely to be published after all the exams conclude. Since the official ones are not yet available, the unofficial answer keys can be referred to. These question paper solutions are mostly published by coaching centres and subject experts. To access them, students are required to surf through their YouTube channels.

Coaching centres and educators like *Dear Sir, Gyaani Keeda, 5G Maths, Students Life, CBSE Guidance *and many more are some of the channels that are expected to come up with the answer keys. It is suggested that students keep a tab on the channels to not miss out on any updates. For some reference, the direct links to the channels have been attached below.

**Direct Links to CBSE Class 10 Term 2 Maths Standard Answer Keys**

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Dear Sir | Click Here |

CBSE Guidance | Click Here |

Gyaani Keeda | Click Here |

Students Life | Click Here |

5G Maths | Click Here |

CBSE has conducted both Maths Basic and Standard examinations today. The Standard paper holds a higher difficulty level as compared to the Basic paper. However, the question paper for both exams has been set according to the same syllabus. A total of 5 units were included in the CBSE class 10 term 2 Maths Standard syllabus. These units include *Algebra, Geometry, Trigonometry, Mensuration *and* Statistics and Probability.*

**Marks Distribution**

The question paper had a total of 40 marks while the remaining 10 marks will be covered by internal assessment. There were a total of 14 questions in the question paper which were further divided into three sections namely A, B and C. Section A covered 6 questions and each question carried 2 marks. Section B had 4 questions and each question carried 3 marks. Similarly, Section C had 4 questions with each question for 4 marks.