Central Board of Secondary Education is going to conduct the CBSE Class 12 Term 1 Physical Education (Code 048) exam on December 07, 2021. The exam is going to be held for 90 minutes, starting at 11.30 am and concluding at an hour past noon. Students going to appear for the exam on Tuesday can check the CBSE Class 12 Physical Education syllabus and sample paper to understand the revised test structure.
CBSE Class 12 Term 1 Physical Education Syllabus
CBSE Term 1 Physical Education exam question paper will be for a total of 35 marks. As per the syllabus, questions only from 5 units, the names of which were released earlier, shall be asked. The syllabus also mentioned that the questions asked will be in the MCQ format. A practical examination accounting for 15 marks is also going to be held with questions from three units. Students can check out the unit wise syllabus for the Physical Education Term 1, CBSE Class 12 below:
Unit 1: Planning in Sports
Unit 2: Sports and Nutrition
Unit 3: Children and Women in Sports
Unit 4: Test and Measurement in Sports
Unit 5: Biomechanics in Sports
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CBSE Class 12 Term 1 Physical Education Sample paper
As it was announced earlier, the board is going to conduct the examination with a revised question paper structure this year. The conventional way of conducting the paper in the question and answer mode has been dropped and this year the answer will be available as optional MCQ. Hence, in a bid to help the students with the revised test structure the board has released the CBSE sample paper. Students can take a look at the complete section-wise format for CBSE Class 12 Term 1 Physical Education in the space below:
- Section A: Out of 24 Questions only 20 questions have to be attempted in the exam
- Section B: Out of 24 Questions only 20 questions must be answered in the exam
- Section C: Out of 12 Questions, only 5 marks have to be answered
According to the Term 1 sample paper, students can expect questions that have one-word answers, fill in the blanks, match the following, picture-based questions, etc.