The Council for the Indian School Certificate Examinations (CISCE) has successfully conducted the ICSE class 10 Physics – Science Paper 1 examination today, i.e. December 09, 2021. Students got a duration of 60 minutes to complete the exam which commenced at 11:00 AM. Previously, CISCE had released the Physics specimen paper for the students to practice and get some idea about the type of questions they can expect in today’s examination.
Now, as per the students, the difficulty level of the question paper was moderate. ICSE Class 10 Physics was held for a total of 40 marks and the students got a duration of 10 minutes to read the question paper. This time, the ICSE syllabus for the semester 1 examination has been bifurcated.
ICSE Physics – Science Paper 1: Analysis
The semester 1 ICSE Physics examination was of 40 marks. Questions were asked from a total of 03 units. Out of the 03 units, there were 02 complete units and 01 partial units. The complete units include Force, Work, Power and Energy, and Light. The third unit on Sound covered the portion from Reflection of Sound Waves; echoes: their use; simple numerical problems on echoes.
With the completion of the exam, students now seem to be in search of the answer keys for the Physics paper. At this point, it is not yet clear whether CISCE will release the answer keys or not, but various coaching institutes and educators have come up with unofficial answer keys. Students requiring the answer keys can access them from YouTube. All they have to do is type ‘ICSE Physics – Science Paper 1 answer key’ on the search box and go through the videos that are listed.
However, in case the answer keys are not available right now, then the students are advised to wait for some time and check the same from youtube.com. As and when they are released, students can use them and calculate a tentative score in ICSE Physics. An important point to note is that these answer keys are unofficial and it is advised not to rely on them completely.
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.