The Council for the Indian School Certificate Examinations (CISCE) has conducted the ICSE class 10 Biology – Science Paper 3 exam today, i.e. December 15, 2021. The exam took place for a total of 60 minutes starting from 11 AM. For semester 1, CISCE is holding the examinations in an offline mode in all the affiliated schools across the country. Moreover, the question paper was based on an objective-type format and required the students to mark their answers in an OMR sheet.
ICSE Class 10 Biology Answer Key
Since the examination followed an objective-type pattern, the answer keys are released in no time. Several coaching institutes and educators have now come up with the answer keys that can be easily accessed by the students. However, these answer keys are not official and CISCE does not verify them. It is likely that they are going to have a 95% accuracy.
As per the students’ feedback, the ICSE class 10 Biology exam was easier than expected. The questions were mostly fact-based and tested the factual knowledge of the students. So, check out the complete answer key from the table given below.
|1 (i)||b||4 (i)||a|
|2 (i)||d||5 (I)||b|
|3 (i)||b||6 (i)||c|
According to the ICSE bifurcated syllabus for ICSE Biology, the questions were based on two complete units. These units are Basic Biology and Plant Physiology. In addition to this answer key, students must refer to multiple of them from YouTube and other websites. This will not only help them calculate a tentative score but also analyze their overall performance in the examination.
As of now, it is difficult to say whether CISCE will release the official answer keys or not. However, the educators and the coaching institutes have now come up with unofficial answer keys and will be posting more of them in due time. So, as and when they are released, students can use them and compare the answers with that of their own responses. Nonetheless, please keep in mind that these answer keys are unofficial and do not guarantee a 100% accuracy of answers.
Disclaimer: The answers are unofficial, and not published by the exam conducting body. They have been compiled by teachers, educators, and individuals with the aim of helping students. Aglasem takes no responsibility for the accuracy of the responses. They have been provided only for reference purposes.