The Council for the Indian School Certificate Examinations (CISCE) has successfully conducted the ICSE semester 2 History and Civics examination today, i.e. April 28, 2022. This exam took place for a duration of one and half hours starting from 11 AM. Although the official answer keys have not been made available, the unofficial ones are being released by the teachers and educators of the subject. The ICSE semester 2 examinations commenced on April 25, 2022 and will continue till May 23, 2022.
The exam commenced at 11:00 AM and continued till 12:30 PM. Students were given an additional time of 10 minutes to go through the question paper.
Where to check?
Students who have appeared for the ICSE semester 2 History and Civics exam can go through the answer keys to get an idea of the tentative marks. These answer keys have been released by ICSE English Simplified A Class Apart, Shivang Classes, Study with Sudhir, Clarify Knowledge 9&10, Padho Easy, Master Mind, Pravin Sir’s PrepWin ICSE and many more.
The answer keys will mostly be available as question paper discussions and exam analyses. After going through the same, students can get an idea of the overall performance of the exam. Students should go through as many answer keys as possible to ensure the utmost accuracy in the answers. For some reference, the direct links to check the answer keys have been given below.
Direct Links to ICSE Semester 2 History and Civics Answer Key 2022
|Released By||Direct Link|
|Eduliv ICSE||Click Here (Live)|
|ICSE English Simplified A Class Apart||Click Here|
|Is Equal To Classes||Click Here|
|Study with Sudhir||Click Here|
|Clarify Knowledge 9&10||Click Here|
|Padho Easy||Click Here|
|Master Mind||Click Here|
|Pravin Sir’s PrepWin ICSE||Click Here|
Question Paper Analysis
The total marks for the ICSE semester 2 History and Civics exam are 40. The question paper was divided into two parts: Part I and Part II. Questions were asked from two complete units of Civics and one complete unit of History. These units are:
- Civics – The Union Executive, The Judiciary
- History – The Contemporary World
The question papers were distributed to the students at 10:50 AM. Students were seated in the examination halls five minutes prior to the exam. Students were instructed to reach the examination centres well before time to avoid any sort of overcrowding amidst the COVID-19 pandemic. Electronic items have been banned inside the examination halls.