The Central Board of Secondary Education effectively conducted the CBSE Class 12 term 1 Economics exam today, December 15, 2021. The test was held for an hour and a half from 11.30 am to 1.00 pm at different associated schools the nation over. More than 7 lakh CBSE Commerce students showed up for the assessment, held today. In light of the changes presented by CBSE, only MCQ-based questions were posed in the CBSE class 12 Economics term 1 exam. An aggregate of 50 out of 60 questions was asked to attempt in 90 minutes to score full marks.
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According to the students’ review, most logical and analytical questions were framed on the concepts introduced in the prescribed syllabus. Statements based on true or false questions were confusing and trickier to answer. Various analytical questions based on graphs, tables, and data analysis were easy as compared to the similar question in the SQP. Questions were fairly simple apart from the Assertion and Reasoning based questions that were framed on the theory based on the prescribed syllabus.
The unofficial answer keys are not verified by the CBSE hence, students are advised to refer to multiple answer keys simultaneously. This will help them conclude a rough score that may or may not differ from the actual score. Calculation of scores can be done with the help of the CBSE marking scheme. According to CBSE: all questions carry equal marks and there is no negative marking. Refer to the following educators’ channels for CBSE 2021-22 Semester 1 Economics answer keys:
As per the revised 2021-22 bifurcated syllabus, today’s Economics exam covered the following chapters as a part of the 50% syllabus scheduled for the Term 1 exam: Money and Banking, Government Budget and the Economy, Balance of Payments, Development Experience (1947-90) and Economic Reforms since 1991 and Current challenges facing Indian Economy. Students interested in solving the question paper on their own can do so by referring to the above-mentioned chapters from their class 12 Economics textbooks.
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