Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) is all set to conduct the Class 12 History Term 1 2021-22 examination on December 20, 2021. The exam will be held in the pen-and-paper format, for a duration of 90 minutes. The decided slot for both exams is from 11:30 am to 1:00 pm. During this period, students are expected to attempt and complete the entire paper. With less than two days left for the CBSE Class 12 History (Code 027) Term 1 Exam 2021-2022, this is the time to completely understand the syllabus and sample papers.
This year, CBSE has devised an entirely new plan to conduct the CBSE Term I 2021-22 exams. Accordingly, the Term 1 exams will be held through the objective-based method. The paper will cover a total of 60 questions, out of which students need to attempt a minimum of 50 questions. By doing so, they will increase the possibility of scoring the perfect 40/40 figure.
CBSE Term I 2021-22 Syllabus
The central education board earlier, specified that the reduced syllabus for last year will also be applicable for 2021-22 academic year. So essentially, students need to study only 70% of the portion for this year’s exams. Moreover, the reduced syllabus has been further bifurcated into Term I and Term II. So effectively, students need to study only 35% of the syllabus.
Following are the topics to expect in tomorrow’s CBSE History Term I 2021-22 exam –
Theme 1 – Bricks, Beads, and Bones
Theme 2 – Kings, Farmers, and Towns
Theme 3 – Kinship, Caste, and Class
Theme 4 -Thinkers, Beliefs, and Buildings
Theme 6 – Bhakti –Sufi Traditions
Theme 7 – An Imperial Capital: Vijayanagara
Although students are already familiar with the CBSE History Term I 2021-22 syllabus, it is important to skim through the relevant portion before the exam. To ensure that students don’t miss out on any topic.
CBSE Term I 2021-22 Sample Papers
In addition to the syllabus, students must also spare some time to solve the CBSE History Term I 2021-22 sample paper. This will help students understand the exam format and the questions to follow. Considering the exams so far conducted, students who solved the sample papers could easily complete the exam.
Of course, with just 2 days left for the CBSE History Term I 2021-22 exam, students need to relax and properly revise the syllabus. It is needed but too much of it can lead to a burn-out. All the best!