CBSE Class 12 Chemistry exam has been conducted today, i.e. May 07, 2022. A time duration of 2 hours was given to the students to complete the exam. The exam commenced at 10:30 AM and concluded at 12:30 PM. With the conclusion of the exam, students have shown their desire for the answer keys. However, the official answer keys are not available and one can get access only to the unofficial ones that have been released by the coaching centres.
CBSE Class 12 Chemistry Answer Key 2022 Set 1, 2, 3, 4 PDF is now available for download
Where to get?
The answer keys that are available now are mainly in the form of question paper solutions and general analysis. These answer keys are released by educators who have years of experience in teaching the subject. Students can access the answer keys from the YouTube channels of the respective coaching centres.
According to teachers, the CBSE class 12 Chemistry paper was balanced and the questions were mainly based on the NCERT syllabus. Every section of the question paper was easy. The passing mark in the exam is 12. Moreover, students did not face any difficulty in attempting the questions. Nonetheless, according to a student, the portion on organic Chemistry turned out a bit difficult. The questions were not directly straightforward since a general understanding of the topics was required.
Channels such as Yash Rajpoot, Technimation, Study with Lohani, Dailylearn LIVE, Apni Kaksha, etc. have released the answer keys. For utmost accuracy, students are advised to go through as many answer keys as possible. The direct links for the same have been attached below.
Direct Links to CBSE Class 12 Chemistry Answer Keys
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|Yash Rajpoot||Click Here|
|Study with Lohani||Click Here|
|Dailylearn LIVE||Click Here (LIVE)|
|Apni Kaksha||Click Here|
|JEE Adda247||Click Here (LIVE)|
|Learn and Fun – Class 11 and 12||Click Here|
|Chemistry with Tejveer Yadav||Click Here (LIVE)|
|Allen Career Institute||Click Here (LIVE)|
|CBSE Class 11 and 12||Click Here|
The CBSE class 12 Chemistry question paper carried a total of 35 marks. The entire question paper was divided into multiple sections namely A, B and C. A total of 12 questions were asked in the exam. The first section or Section A has three very short answer questions with 2 marks each. Similarly, Section B has 8 questions of short answer type with each question carrying 3 marks. The third section or Section C has a case based question for 5 marks.