Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) has today, December 17, 2021, successfully conducted the Class 12 Political Science Term I 2021-22 exam. The paper was held for a duration of 90 minutes, from 11:30 am to 1:00 pm. Within this time period, students had to attempt and complete the entire paper. Today again, the paper was entirely objective-based i.e., students had to identify the right options and mark the same in their answer sheet.
Since the Class 12 Political Science Term 1 2021-22 exam was entirely objective-based, students can calculate their results immediately. Although the central education board will release their answer key on the official website cbse.nic.in, it will take a few days’ time. However, educators will be releasing their answer keys online, today itself.
The unofficial answer keys for the Class 12 Political Science Term I 2021-22 exam will be released by teachers and educators in two formats – 1. PDF document and 2. Video-based solutions on YouTube. The latter will serve two purposes – one, getting the right answer for each question, and two, understanding the reason behind each answer.
The key is to use Class 12 Political Science Term I 2021-22 answer keys uploaded by reliable educators. Only then will students be able to determine an accurate exam score. Following are links to come reliable answer keys:
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While watching the Class 12 Political Science Term I 2021-22 video-based answer keys, students are advised to keep a notepad and pen handy. So that they can write down the right answers while simultaneously watching the video.
After listing down these answer keys, students can compare them with their responses to calculate the number of correct responses. CBSE employs a straightforward marking scheme wherein each correct answer is allotted 0.8 marks. Today’s exam comprised of 60 questions out of which, a student needs to solve at least 50 multiple-choice questions (MCQs). Following is the marking scheme to calculate the exam score:
Total Score = (No. of correct answers) x 0.8
To the delight of students, there is no negative marking for unanswered or incorrect attempts. Due to such a simplified marking scheme, students can calculate their Class 12 Political Science Term I 2021-22 score immediately. It may differ from the actual score by 2-3 marks. So, for a more accurate figure, students can refer to 2-3 unofficial answer keys.
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.