CBSE has released the Sample Paper for Class 12 students who have opted Psychology. Psychology is one of the optional subjects in class 12 provided by CBSE. So, the students who are going to appear for board exams in the month of February/ March 2019 must know the syllabus and should solve the sample papers. Thus, the students can get the model paper for Psychology online on the official website of the Central Board of Secondary Education i.e. cbse.nic.in. Download it now for a better preparation.
CBSE Class 12 Psychology Sample Paper 2019 is available online on the official website. Candidates can get the tab named examinations on the home page of the website. Then click on the tab and the students can see the link of sample paper under this section. Now, the students can download the sample paper of Psychology to do the preparations.
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The sample paper contains the number of questions and the marks indicated against all the questions. The entire question paper is divided into five sections. The name of the sections is Section A, Section B, Section C, and Section D, Section E. For this subject, all the questions would be compulsory and the students will have to write a brief and to the point answers.
In Section A, there will be a question number from 1 to 10. So, in totality, there would be 10 questions in this section. Candidates need to give the answer as directed in the instructions. Each question will have 1 mark.
For Section B, there will be short answer type questions which will be from question number 11 to 16. The answer to each question should not exceed 30 words. Thus, this section contains 6 questions and for each question, the board will provide 2 marks.
Section C contains the question number 17 to 20. In total, there will be 4 questions and these all will be short answer type-I questions. Candidates can answer these questions within 60 words. Each question will have 3 marks.
Now, coming to Section D of the sample paper, the students will have 6 questions which will be asked as question number 21 to 26. The questions will be short answer type-II questions. For these questions, the students will have to give answers within 100 words. For this section, each question will have 4 marks.
Question number 27 and 28 will be asked in Section E. The questions will be the long answer type questions carrying 6 marks each. The answer to each question should not exceed 200 words.
Total Sections: Five
Total Questions: 28
Time Allowed: 3 Hours
According to the reports, the CBSE Date Sheet 2019 is expected to be released in the second week of January 2019. However, the practical dates can be revealed on December 11, 2018. For class 10 and 12 students, the exams will be held in the month of February and March 2019.