The Central Board of Secondary Education has successfully conducted the class 12 Chemistry exam today, i.e. May 07, 2022. Students were given a time of two hours to complete the exam. As such, the exam took place from 10:30 AM to 12:30 PM. With the conclusion of the exam, students are likely to be in need of the answer keys. However, the official answer keys are not available and one can get access only to the unofficial ones which will be released by the coaching centres.
CBSE Class 12 Chemistry Answer Key 2022 Set 1, 2, 3, 4 PDF is now available for download
How to get?
At this point, the unofficial answer keys are available as question paper solutions and exam analysis. To access the same, students have to go to the respective YouTube channels of the coaching centres. Since it seems very unlikely that the answer keys will be available right now, students have to keep an eye on these channels so that they don’t miss out on any updates.
Channels like cbseclass videos, Apni Kaksha, Adda247 School, Sunny Singh, LearnoHUB, etc. are some of the centres that are expected to come up with the answer keys. However, the names are not exhaustible as there are more such channels which post updates on answer keys. Students are required to keep a tab on these channels so that they don’t miss out on any updates. For some reference, the direct links to the answer keys have been given below.
Direct Links to Answer Keys for CBSE Class 12 Chemistry
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|cbse class videos||Click Here|
|learno hub||Click Here|
|Apni Kaksha||Click Here|
|adda 247 school||Click Here|
|sunny singh||Click Here|
The CBSE class 12 question paper was set for a total of 35 marks. Moreover, the question paper was divided into multiple sections namely A, B and C. A total of 12 questions were asked in the exam. The first section or Section A has three very short answer questions with 2 marks each. Similarly, Section B has 8 questions of short answer type with each question carrying 3 marks. The third section or Section C has a case-based question for 5 marks.
All questions were compulsory to answer. However, log tables and calculators were not allowed to be used. Keeping in mind the COVID-19 pandemic, the CBSE board exams are being conducted following all safety protocols. For that, CBSE has reportedly spent Rs 5000 on each coaching centre. More than 21 lakh students are appearing for the term 2 board exams this year.