The Council for the Indian School Certificate Examinations (CISCE) has successfully conducted the class 10 Geography examination today, i.e. May 04, 2022. Students had to appear for the exam for a duration of one and half hours starting at 11 AM and ending at 12:30 PM. With the culmination of the exam, various teachers and educators have started coming up with the answer keys. Even if these are unofficial, students can refer to them and get an idea about their overall performance in the exam.
Where to check?
It has been seen that teachers and educators mostly release the ICSE Geography answer key 2022 in the form of question paper discussions. They are available in the form of videos and can be accessed from online video sharing platforms like YouTube. Examinees can go through them first and then compare the answers with their own. This, as a result, will help them in calculating a tentative score for the ICSE Geography 2022 exam. For easy access, the direct links to the answer keys have been given below.
Direct Links to Check ICSE Geography Answer Key 2022
|Answer Key||Direct Link|
|Class 10 ICSE Geography Official Answer Key||Click Here|
|ICSE Geography Question Paper Semester 2||Click Here|
|ICSE Geography Answer Key Class 10 Solved Paper||Click Here (LIVE)|
|Geography Answer Key Class 10 Semester 2||Click Here|
|Answer Key to Geography Class 10th ICSE Semester 2||Click Here|
The Geography exam was conducted for HCG Paper 2 and HCG Paper 2 (Thailand). The total marks for both these exams are 40. A total of six units were included in the syllabus. The question paper was also divided into various sections. Prior to analyzing the section-wise questions, let’s take a look at the units covered.
- Geography – Map of India, Minerals and Energy Resources, Agriculture, Manufacturing Industries, Transport and Waste Management.
- Geography (Thailand) – Map of Thailand, Location, Extent, Physical Features (through map), Manufacturing Industries, Transport, Tourism and Waste Management.
It must be noted that the Geography question paper has been divided into two sections namely A and B. While all questions from Section A were compulsory, only three questions had to be answered from Section B. Questions in the latter section were for 2 and 3 marks.
A similar pattern of questions was there for the Geography (Thailand) exam. There were map-based questions for which map outlines were provided to the students. Every student was given a reading time of 10 minutes to go through the question paper and during this time, no one was allowed to write.