Physics is one of the core subjects for Class 12 students. Its syllabus is very vast. The syllabus of Physics has been made to emphasize on conceptual understanding of the subject. It promotes the practical skills, the problem-solving ability, and its application in real life. So, the candidates must know the syllabus and solve the sample papers for better preparation. Thus, the Central Board of Secondary Education has released the Physics sample paper for Class 12 students. Candidates can find it online on the official website cbse.nic.in. It is available under the section “Examination (Syllabus/ Curriculum)”.
The sample paper for Physics is accessible in the pdf format. It contains the number of questions and the respective marks. So, the students can get an idea of the sections containing the highest marks and the lowest marks. Thus, the students can make the strategy to attempt the questions accordingly.
Last year, the CBSE Class 12 Physics question paper was easy according to most of the students but it was lengthy. The question paper was balanced and medium in difficulty. Class 12 exam was conducted in 10,678 centres in India. So, candidates can estimate the requirement of its practice.
It is expected that CBSE Date Sheet 2019 would be released in the month of December 2018. The board will conduct the exams for the vocational subjects first. Then the students who have opted the core subjects can appear for the board exams. It will be held in the month of February and March 2019 respectively. According to the notification released by the CBSE board, the board exams are expected to begin after February 15, 2019. So, the students are recommended to solve the sample papers to score better.
Physics Model Paper contains a total of 27 questions. All the questions are compulsory for the students to attempt. There are four sections in Physics question paper, i.e. Section A, B, C, and D.
In Section A, there will be five questions of 1 mark each whereas Section B contains seven questions of two marks each. Candidates will get twelve questions of three marks each in Section C. Coming to Section D, it contains three questions of five marks each.
For Physics paper, there is no overall choice. However, internal choices have been provided in two questions of one mark, two questions of two marks, four questions of three marks and three questions of five marks weightage. Candidates will have to attempt only one of the choices in such questions.
The CBSE board has also released the marking scheme along with the sample paper. Candidates can also check it on the official website. It is also helpful for the students to plan the studies and can also make the strategy to attempt the questions.