The Council for the Indian School Certificate Examinations (CISCE) is presently conducting the semester 1 exam for classes 10 and 12. The Chemistry-Science Paper 2 exam for ICSE class 10 is scheduled for tomorrow, i.e. December 13, 2021. Students will appear for the examination from 11 AM onwards, for a duration of 01 hour. With the remaining time left for the exam, students are now going through the final stage of preparation.
CISCE has already released the specimen paper and the reduced syllabus on its official website – cisce.org. Students can solve the specimen paper to enhance their preparation. To download the official specimen paper, take a look at the following steps.
Step 1- Go to the official website of CISCE – cisce.org
Step 2- Click on ICSE class 10 and then select ‘Specimen Question Papers’
Step 3- Now, click on ‘Semester 1’ and then click on ‘Chemistry’
Step 4- The question paper will be displayed
Step 5- Download and save the same.
Click Here to Download ICSE Class 10 Chemistry Specimen Paper
In addition to the specimen paper, students can also go through the MCQ questions that are released by various educators and subject experts on platforms such as YouTube. These MCQs are often released with the solutions. To check the same, here are the steps that one can follow.
Step 1- Go to YouTube at youtube.com
Step 2- On the search box, type ‘ICSE class 10 Chemistry MCQs’
Step 3- A list of videos posted by educators and coaching institutes will appear
Step 4- Click on the required video and solve the MCQs.
Direct Links to Access ICSE Class 10 Semester 1 Chemistry MCQs
|Released By||Direct Link|
|Chemistry Class 10 – By Sir Tarun Rupani||Click Here|
|100 MCQs on Chemistry – By Pranay Mishra||Click Here|
|Live MCQ – Periodic Table – By Sir Tarun Rupani||Click Here|
|Chemistry Sem 1 MCQ – Chapter 5 – By Amplify Learning||Click Here|
|ICSE 10 Chemistry Chapter 4 – By Vedantu 9&10||Click Here|
Lastly, it also becomes important to have one final look at the syllabus to ensure that the students have not missed out on anything.
For the semester 1 examination, a total of 06 complete units are required. These units are Periodic Properties and Variations of Properties, Chemical Bonding, Study of Acids, Bases and Salts, Analytical Chemistry, Mole Concept and Stoichiometry and lastly, Electrolysis. The question paper will be for a total of 40 marks. Click Here to check the reduced ICSE Chemistry syllabus for semester 1.