The Council for the Indian School Certificate Examinations (ICSE) has concluded the class 10 Biology – Science Paper 3 exam today, i.e. May 17, 2022. Students were given a duration of one and a half hours to complete the exam. As such, the exam commenced at 11:00 AM and continued till 12:30 PM. With the successful completion of the exam, various coaching centres and subject experts are expected to come up with the answer keys. Although these are the unofficial ones, students can go through them to know the overall performance in the exam.
Where to check?
As per the regular trend, teachers and educators release the ICSE Biology answer key 2022 in the form of question paper discussions. Students will be able to find them in the form of videos and can easily access them from online video sharing platforms like YouTube. After going through the answer keys, students can crosscheck the answers. By doing so, they will be able to calculate a tentative score for the exam. For direct reference, the links to check the answer keys have been given below.
Direct Links to Check ICSE Biology Answer Key 2022
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|Sir Tarun Rupani||Click Here|
|Books reviewer ICSE||Click Here|
|The Brainbox Tutorials||Click Here|
|Clarify Knowledge 9&10||Click Here|
|Master Mind||Click Here|
|Vedantu 9&10||Click Here|
|AB Education Hub||Click Here|
|Study with Sudhir||Click Here|
|ICSE SEM-2 EXAM PAPERS||Click Here|
|Tuition ICSE Online||Click Here|
The ICSE Biology 2022 exam question paper comprised one complete unit on Human Anatomy and Physiology. Moreover, the total marks on the question paper were 40. It must be noted that the entire question paper was divided into two sections, namely Section A and Section B. The first section or Section A mainly comprised objective-type questions for 10 marks. It was mandatory for the students to answer all the questions.
On the other hand, only three questions were required to be answered from the second section or Section B. The questions in the second section were within the marks range of 2 and 3 marks. A reading time of ten minutes was given to the students to go through the question paper. During this time, they were not allowed to write anything. The ICSE examinations commenced on April 25 and will continue till May 23. The next exam is scheduled for May 19 for the Group III elective subjects.