The Central Board of Secondary Education effectively conducted the CBSE Class 12 term 1 Hindi Core exam today, December 16, 2021. The exam was conducted for a total of an hour and a half from 11.30 am to 1.00 pm at various affiliated schools across the country. More than 5 lakh CBSE class 12 aspirants appeared for the examination, held today. Based on the reforms introduced by CBSE, only MCQ-based questions were asked in the CBSE Term 1 Chemistry exam. A total of 50 out of 65 questions were to be answered carrying equal marks in an hour and a half.
As per the students’ review, the examination was comparatively easier than anticipated. Questions were genuinely basic except for the compositional-based questions which were mandatory to attempt for the full score. Hindi grammar-based questions framed directly from the passage were trickier as compared to the ones asked in the Sample question paper. The question paper pattern was entirely different from the Sample question pattern except for the first section.
Due to the objective nature of the paper, students expect the CBSE 2021-22 Term 1 exam answer keys soon after the examination gets over. Hence, various subject experts post the answer key for every examination online. These answer keys are not released by CBSE officially and are known to be unofficial indeed. Although the answer keys posted so far predict 95% chances of the answers to be correct. Check out the CBSE class 12 Hindi Core term 1 answer key in the table mentioned below:
Students can refer to the above table to calculate a rough estimate of their Term 1 Hindi exam score. This unofficial answer key is not verified by the CBSE hence, students are advised to refer to multiple answer keys simultaneously. Official answer keys can be expected soon after the termination of the CBSE class 12 term 1 exams. The official answer keys will be uploaded on the official website of CBSE at cbseacademic.nic.in.
The unofficial answer keys will help students 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. Lastly, students are advised to check the marking scheme for every subject and marks allotted to each question before coming to any conclusion.
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.