CBSE successfully conducted the Term 1 Applied Mathematics exam for Class 12 across the country. Many students find mathematics to be a tough and tricky subject, but today’s question paper was balanced and equal weightage was given to each topic covered in the syllabus. The Applied Math paper was of objective type and the duration of the exam was of 90 minutes.
CBSE Class 12 Applied Mathematics Exam Analysis
The question paper was divided into three sections and a total of 50 questions were asked out of which 40 were to be answered and each question carried a weightage of 1 mark. Section A consisted of 20 MCQs out of which 16 were to be attempted, the same was to be followed for Section B and Section C had 10 MCQs, out of which 8 were to be attempted.
CBSE already provided the syllabus and sample paper on its website from where students were able to familiarize themselves with the areas from where questions were going to be asked and sample paper played an important role in giving a brief understanding of exam patterns. So, if the students studied the syllabus properly and solved the related questions, and went through the sample papers, the exam was not much difficult to sail through.
In particular, the paper followed the given structure and questions were asked from these sections:
|Number, Quantification, and Numerical Applications||09|
|Index Numbers and Time-based Series||05|
The exam was completely based on the assessment pattern and syllabus provided by CBSE. According to the assessment plan of CBSE, the Term 1 weightage is 50 marks, the external exam which was today consisted of 40 marks weightage, and the remaining 10 marks weightage is to be covered by the internal assessment, which consists of project work.
CBSE has already provided the syllabus and assessment pattern for Term 2, which students can check on CBSE’s official website cbseacademic.nic.in, and make themselves ready for the next checkpoint.