After successful conduction of the CBSE Class 10 Science (Code 086) term 2 2022 exam, Aglasem has released the answer key for all four sets – Set 1, Set 2, Set 3 and Set 4. Answer key along with detailed paper solution has been uploaded in the PDF format, on the website aglasem.com. The Science paper was organised today, May 10, 2022, by the Central Board of Secondary Education. The exam was held for a duration of 90 minutes, from 11:00 am to 12:30 pm.
As per the newly-introduced CBSE Class 10 board pattern 2022, today’s term 2 paper comprised of objective and subjective questions. In December 2021, the board had conducted term 1 exams entirely in the objective format.
CBSE Class 10 Science Answer Key Direct Link
Students can use the direct link given below to access the CBSE Class 10 Science answer key and detailed solution uploaded by Aglasem. The answer key specifies the right answer for each question along with solutions curated by experts.
CBSE Class 10 Science Answer Key 2022 Set 1, 2, 3, 4 PDF is now available for download
CBSE Class 10 Science 2022 Video-Based Solutions
In addition to PDF format, the CBSE Class 10 Science 2022 answer key is also available in the video-based format on YouTube. In such videos, experts have discussed today’s paper in-depth, specifying the right answer to each question. Additionally, teachers have also specified key points to cover in each subjective question.
To access these video-based answer keys, students can refer to the table given below –
|Sr. No.||Name of Educator||Answer Key Link|
|1.||cbseclass videos||Click Here|
|2.||Learn and Fun – Class 9 & 10||Click Here|
|3.||Doubtnut||Click Here (live)|
|4.||CBSE Class 9 & 10||Click Here (live)|
CBSE Class 10 Science 2022 Pattern & Syllabus
According to the term-wise curriculum specified by CBSE, today’s Class 10 Science term 2 2022 paper covered questions from chapters like Carbon and its Compounds, Periodic Classification of Elements, How do Organisms Reproduce?, Heredity and Evolution, Electricity, Magnetism and its Effect on Current and Our Environment.
The paper was divided into three sections – Section A, Section B and Section C. Part A covered 7 questions for 2 marks each while part B comprised of 6 questions worth 3 marks each. Section C had 2 questions for 4 marks each. In certain questions, internal choices were also provided to students.