The Council for the Indian School Certificate Examinations (CISCE) has concluded the ICSE History and Civics examination today, i.e. April 28, 2022. This exam was held for a duration of one and half hours starting from 11 AM. However, it is expected that soon after the conclusion of the exam, students will be in need of the answer keys. Although the official answer keys for any of the exams conducted so far have not been released, the unofficial ones are readily available.
When, Where and How to Check?
There is no fixed time for the answer keys to be available on the online platforms. Usually, the paper discussions and question paper analyses are released after the conclusion of the exam. As such, the most likely duration for the availability of answer keys is after 12:30 PM. It must be noted that these answer keys are mostly released by coaching centres and subject experts.
As mentioned already, the ICSE History and Civics answer key 2022 will also be available as question paper discussions and exam analyses and so it is advised to keep an eye on the YouTube channels of the top-notch coaching centres and subject experts. Students can go through the answer keys and compare the answers with the ones of their own and then analyze their performance in the exam. In this way, they can get an idea of the tentative score that they are likely to score on the paper. For some reference, here are some channels and their links for accessing the answer keys once they are released.
Direct Links for checking ICSE History and Civics Answer Key 2022
|Answer Key By||Direct Link|
|Amplify Learning – with Alok||Click Here|
|Sir Tarun Rupani||Click Here|
|Study with Sudhir||Click Here|
|Vedantu 9&10||Click Here|
|Books Reviewer||Click Here|
|Clarify Knowledge 9&10||Click Here|
The total marks of the question paper for the ICSE History and Civics 2022 exam is 40. Two complete units from Civics and one complete unit from History were required for the exam. These units are:
- Civics – The Union Executive, The Judiciary
- History – The Contemporary World
Every student is given a cool-off time of 10 minutes for the semester 2 exams during which they are required to go through the question paper. The test takers have been instructed to reach the examination centres well in advance to avoid any overcrowding keeping in mind the COVID-19 pandemic. Face masks and hand sanitizers have been made mandatory.