The CBSE Term 1 Psychology examination for class 12th concluded today, dated December 11, 2021. The examination was conducted at various affiliated schools across the country. The theory-based Psychology exam was conducted for a duration of 1 hour and 30 minutes from 11.30 am to 1:00 pm in the offline pen-paper-based mode. According to the updated system for the board exams this session, only MCQ-based questions were asked in the CBSE Term 1 Psychology exam. A total of 50 questions were to be answered in an hour and a half for 35 marks.
CBSE Class 12 Psychology Answer Key: Where to Find
Students expect the answer keys for CBSE 2021-22 Term 1 exam soon after the examination gets over. This occurs due to the objective nature of the question paper. These answer keys are not released by CBSE officially and are known to be unofficial indeed. Although previous year analysis predicts 95% chances of the answers from unofficial answer key matching with the official one. Few perspective-based answers may differ, otherwise, theory-based questions are likely to be correct in the unofficial answer key. Students can search these answer keys online on various social media platforms. They are further advised to go through these answer keys to get an idea about their performance in the examination.
Refer to the following educators’ channels for CBSE 2021-22 Semester 1 Psychology answer keys:
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CBSE will be soon releasing the official answer keys for all the subjects together soon after Term 1 is over. Answer keys can be expected to be delivered in PDF format on the official site at cbseacademic.nic.in/. However, this process will require a couple of weeks to get executed. Until then, students can analyze their performance by visiting the links mentioned above. The marking scheme prescribed by the CBSE, 1 mark for the correct answer, and no negative marks for wrong answers can be used to calculate the tentative marks scored in the examination.
The questions asked in the CBSE Term1 Psychology examination were all framed from the following syllabus: What is Psychology, Methods of Enquiry in Psychology, and The Bases of Human Behavior, provided by the CBSE. Students who solved the Psychology specimen paper for the Term 1 exam found the paper to be comparatively easier than others.
There were three sections included in the Psychology Term 1 exam. Section A and B had 24 questions each out of which 20 were mandatory to attempt for the full score. Similarly, Section C had 12 questions out of which 10 were mandatory to attempt. Questions from number 55 to 60 were repeated for visually impaired students.