Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) has concluded the CBSE term 2 class 10 Home Science paper today, May 02, 2022. The examination was held for a duration of 2 hours from 10.30 am to 12.30 am. Lakhs of students participated in the examination being held in their respective schools across the country. Earlier, CBSE commenced the Term 2 class 10 exams on April 26, 2022, which is going to end on May 26, 2022.
CBSE Term 2 Class 10 Home Science paper had 13 questions accounting for 35 marks. The questions were divided into three sections namely, A, B and C. Section A had 7 questions followed by 3 questions each from sections B and C respectively. As per the students, the questions asked in today’s exam were doable however, the ones mentioned in section A were somewhat tricky and needed a little more brainstorming. Talking about the attempts, anyone who has prepared for the exam well, can easily attempt at least 6 to 8 questions easily.
Where and How to Check CBSE Term 2 Class 10 Home Science?
Now, as the examination is over, the candidates who have appeared in the exam are awaiting the release of the CBSE term 2 answer key. It is expected that the CBSE board shall release the official answer key soon on the official website. Meanwhile, leading educationists and teachers have made the same available on the social media platform Youtube. Candidates can check out the direct links of the Youtube channels that have released the answer key mentioned in the space below:
|Sr. No.||Name of Educator||Answer Key Link|
|1.||SARA Education||Click Here|
|3.||Learn and Fun||Click Here|
|4.||Quick prep Classes||Click Here|
|5.||Magnet Brains||Click Here|
The candidates can simply open the CBSE class 10 term 2 Home science video and compare the answers marked in the answer key and the ones mentioned on the response sheet. Calculate the tentative marks scored in the exam using the marking scheme prescribed for section-wise questions to know the qualifying status. The candidates who successfully score marks more than the minimum passing marks will be considered to have qualified the exam.