CISCE (Council for the Indian School Certificate Examinations) has concluded the ICSE History and Civics Semester 1 exam today. The exam was conducted from 11 am to 12 pm. Candidates who have appeared for the examination today can expect the answer keys and exam analysis soon.
Candidates can check out the solved answer key of the ICSE History and Civics semester 1 paper to determine the difficulty level and cross-check their own answers. Other than this, this paper also provides speculations regarding the qualifying chances in the Class 10 History examination. However, one thing that candidates must keep in mind is that the board does not release any official answer keys for these exams. On the other hand, candidates have the option to go through the unofficial answer keys and paper solution prepared by several educators. Hence, there can be sometimes when the answer provided are wrong or incorrect.
ICSE History and Civics Answer Keys: Where to Find
It is anticipated that several experienced educators shall release the answer key for ICSE History and Civics semester 1 paper on their respective Youtube channels or other social media platforms like Telegram. Candidates are advised to keep a tab on the Youtube channel of educators including:
- AB Education
- Sir Tarun Rupani
- Tuition ICSE Online
These channels are expected to release the question paper along with the solved answer key by afternoon.
Candidates are advised to go through at least 2 to 3 answers keys and then draw out a conclusion. The board is not expected to release any final answer key but the result for ICSE Semester 1 exam shall be out by January 2022.
ICSE History and Civics Answer Keys: Exam Analysis
The board had earlier released the ICSE History and Civics Semester 1 specimen paper laying out the exam pattern about the revised test structure, marking scheme, type of questions etc. Along with this, it has also notified the bifurcated syllabus for both the subjects separately. The question paper was strictly designed based on this structure. The questions were asked from the chapters mentioned by the board on their revised syllabus only:
- Civics – Unit 1: The Union Legislature
- History – Unit 1: The Indian National Movemen (1857 – 1917)
- History – Unit 2 : The Mass Phase of the National Movement (1915 – 1947)
CISCE has earlier proposed two Semester exams from this year onwards. Each Term examination is scheduled to be held for 40 marks with a total of 34 questions. This time the board has framed the questions in the MCQ format with question types altered from theory-based to fill in the blanks, paragraph-based, match the following, etc.