The Council for the Indian School Certificate Examinations (CISCE) has successfully conducted the ICSE Environmental Science (Group II elective) examination today, i.e April 29, 2022. Students were given a duration of one and a half hours to complete the examination. The exam commenced at 11 AM and concluded at 12:30 PM. With the conclusion of the exam, the teachers and educators have started releasing the answer keys. Although unofficial, these answer keys can help students to get an idea of their overall performance in the exam.
Where to check?
Teachers and educators mostly release the answer keys in the form of question paper discussions. These videos can be easily accessed from online platforms like YouTube. Students can go through the answer keys and compare the same with their own answers. This will help them in calculating an expected score in the ICSE semester 2 Environmental Science exam. For some reference, the direct links to the answer keys have been given below.
Direct Links to Check ICSE Sem 2 Environmental Science Answer Key 2022
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The questions were asked from five complete units, starting from Unit 6 to Unit 10. These units are Biodiversity, Energy, Waste, Environment and Development and Towards a Sustainable Future. The maximum marks on the question paper were 40. However, the paper was divided into two sections namely Section A and section B. Students were required to attempt all questions from Section A while any three questions were required to be solved from Section B.
In the first section, the questions followed an objective-type pattern. Out of the four given options, students had to select the correct one and write the same. On the other hand, the questions in the second section followed a subjective-type pattern. These questions were for 02 and 03 marks. Every student got a reading time of 10 minutes to go through the question paper. During this time, no student is allowed to write but only read the question paper.
Students were required to be seated in the examination halls well before time since the question papers were distributed at 10:50 AM. Keeping in mind the COVID-19 pandemic, students have been instructed to reach the examination centres in advance just to avoid any overcrowding. Moreover, face masks and hand sanitizers have been made mandatory.