Class 12 Science Stream (PCM) students can finally sigh in relief after the successful conduction of the Computer Science Term I exam today, December 21, 2021. The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) conducted the Computer Science exam for a duration of 90 minutes i.e., from 11:30 am to 1:00 pm. The paper was held offline through the OMR-based method, at affiliated schools across the country. Since the paper was entirely objective in nature, students can calculate their scores immediately.
Teachers and subject experts are in the process of uploading their answer keys for today’s CBSE Class 12 Computer Science 2021-22 paper. These answer keys are mostly in the video-based format, uploaded on YouTube. Following are links to some reliable video-based answer keys –
|Name of Educator||Answer Key Link|
|Student Sahayak||Click Here|
|Doubtnut : 11, 12 (English Medium)||Click Here (Live)|
|Unacademy CBSE Science 11 & 12||Click Here (Live)|
|Criss Cross Classes||Click Here|
CBSE Class 12 Computer Science 2021-22 video solutions have been uploaded by Doubtnut and Unacademy in the form of a live stream. In these videos, the subject experts are discussing the right option for each question along with a short explanation. So, while watching live streams, students can note down the answers and also, understand the reason behind each answer.
This year, CBSE has curated a straightforward marking scheme. Accordingly, students need to determine the total number of right answers in today’s CBSE Class 12 Computer Science 2021-22 paper. Since there is no negative marking for unanswered or incorrect responses, students can ignore them, directing their attention only towards the correct ones.
Today’s CBSE Class 12 Computer Science 2021-22 paper comprised of 56 questions out of which, a student had to attempt a minimum of 45 multiple-choice questions (MCQs). Only then could they stand a chance of achieving the 35/35 exam score.
CBSE is also in the process of releasing its official CBSE Class 12 Computer Science 2021-22 answer key. It will be released on the official portal cbse.nic.in. However, it will take a few days’ time for the board to release the answer key, presumably in PDF format.
Once the document is out, students can compare the official answer key with their responses to determine the actual CBSE Class 12 Computer Science 2021-22 exam score. However, this figure is likely to differ only by 1-2 marks from the tentative score, if not calculated accurately. So, a student has nothing to worry about while referring to the unofficial answer key.
Disclaimer: The answers are unofficial, and not published by the exam conducting body. They have been compiled by teachers, educators, and individuals with the aim of helping students. Aglasem takes no responsibility for the accuracy of the responses. They have been provided only for reference purposes.