Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) is all set to conduct the Class 12 English Elective Paper tomorrow, December 03, 2021. In accordance with this year’s board pattern, tomorrow’s paper will be purely objective-based, featuring multiple-choice questions (MCQs). Students will be expected to mark the correct answers in their OMR sheet and thus, finish the entire paper in 90 minutes. The exam will be held from 2:00 pm to 3:30 pm. All candidates are instructed to report to the exam centre at least 30 minutes prior to avail entry inside.
CBSE Class 12 English Elective Syllabus
With less than 24 hours left for the CBSE Class 12 English Elective Paper, students are advised to go through the entire syllabus for the test. By doing so, a student can ensure that no topic was missed out during preparation time. The Term I syllabus will only cover 50% of the total syllabus. The remaining portion will be asked for Term II exam scheduled in the February-March 2022 period. For a detailed syllabus, candidates can access the link give below.
|CBSE Class 12 English Elective Syllabus||Click Here|
As per the term-wise syllabus specified by CBSE, tomorrow’s paper will cover the following topics –
# Reading Comprehension
# Creative Writing Skills
# Applied Grammar
# MCQs (from Kaleidoscope) – short stories, poetry, non-fiction, drama
CBSE Class 12 English Elective Sample Paper
Additionally, students can also take a look at the CBSE Class 12 English Elective sample paper uploaded on the official website cbse.nic.in. By doing so, they will not only get a short question-practise but also understand the type of questions to expect for tomorrow’s paper. To access the sample paper, marking scheme and solutions, candidates can refer to the following table –
|CBSE Class 12 English Elective Sample Paper||Click Here|
|CBSE Class 12 English Elective Solutions & Marking Scheme||Click Here|
CBSE Class 12 English Elective Previous-Year Question Papers
Candidates can also refer to previous-year question papers for some extra practice. The paper differ for Term I exam does differ compared to last year. However, candidates can still solve the questions for some quick practise for tomorrow’s CBSE Class 12 English Elective. Following is a table containing the links for previous-year question papers –
|ISC 2017||Click Here|
|ISC 2018||Click Here|
|ISC 2019||Click Here|
|ISC 2020||Click Here|
In the last few years before the CBSE Class 12 English Elective exam, candidates are advised to use these study sources wisely and not waste time on revising any theory.