The Council for the Indian School Certificate Examinations (CISCE) has been conducting the semester 1 exam for classes 10 and 12. The Sanskrit and French (Group II elective) exams for ICSE class 10 is scheduled for tomorrow, i.e. December 14, 2021. Students will appear for the examination from 11 AM onwards, for a duration of 01 hour. However, now, with the remaining time left for the exam, students are getting ready for the final stage of preparation.
CISCE has already released the specimen paper and the reduced syllabus on its official website – cisce.org. It is helpful if one solves the specimen paper because it will help to boost up their preparation. To download the official specimen paper, follow the steps given below.
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 ‘Sanskrit’ and ‘French’
Step 4- The specimen paper will be displayed
Step 5- Download and save the same.
Students can also go through the MCQ questions that are released by various educators and coaching institutes. This will help in getting hold of diverse types of questions in addition to the specimen paper. The MCQs can be easily found on the private websites of the institutes. All one has to do is type ‘ICSE class 10 Sanskrit MCQs’ and ‘ICSE class 10 French MCQs’ and then go through the websites that appear.
Direct Links to Access ICSE Class 10 Sanskrit MCQs
Direct Links to Access ICSE Class 10 French MCQs
It is also important to go through the syllabus so that the student does not miss out on anything. Take a look at the syllabus for both Sanskrit and French given below.
- Sanskrit – The question paper will be of 40 marks. There are three components: Elementary Sanskrit Grammar, Translation from English into Sanskrit consisting of short prose sentences and Translation from Sanskrit into English. Click Here to check the complete syllabus.
- French – There are only two portions that will be covered in the semester 1 examinations. These are Comprehension and Grammar. The marks allotted for French is 40. Click Here to check the bifurcated syllabus.