Council of Indian School Certificate Examination (CISCE) is all set to conduct the Class 12 or ISC Biology examination tomorrow, December 03, 2021. The exam will be held for a duration of 90 minutes from 2:00 pm to 3:30 pm. The paper will cover 70 objective-based multiple-choice questions (MCQs). Students are expected to mark the options corresponding to the right answers in the OMR sheet. This is as per the new CISCE board pattern being followed for the academic year 2021-22.
To get a clear idea about the ISC Biology Exam 2021-22, CISCE has uploaded sample papers for all subjects. Read ahead to get more details about the specimen papers and syllabus for Biology.
ISC Biology 2021-22 Specimen Paper
Tomorrow’s paper is based on the newly-decided paper pattern uploaded by CISCE. While the semester I exams will be objective-based, the second-semester tests will be theoretical, expecting students to write short and long-form answers. A similar system has been adopted by CBSE and a few state boards.
Before appearing for the ISC Biology examination 2021-22, students are advised to go through the specimen paper uploaded on cisce.org for two reasons – 1. To get an idea about the new paper pattern, and 2. Get some quick practice before tomorrow’s exam. Students can access the link below to download the Biology specimen paper:
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ISC Biology 2021-22 Syllabus
Additionally, CISCE has also divided the ISC Biology 2021-22 syllabus into two terms. So, each term will cover 50% of the total syllabus. Students need to make sure to utilize the last few hours in studying the right chapters. Otherwise, they will end up wasting time on chapters that aren’t coming for the actual exam. Below is the link to get the ISC Biology 2021-22 syllabus:
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As per the 2021-22 Bifurcated syllabus, tomorrow’s biology paper will cover the chapter given below:
# Reproduction (Complete Unit)
# Genetics and Evolution (Complete Unit)
# Biology and Human Welfare – Microbes in Human Welfare
As mentioned before, students will get a duration of 90 minutes to attempt and complete the entire paper. Being entirely objective-based with a limited syllabus, candidates need to be thoroughly abreast with the CISCE chapters to ace tomorrow’s exam. It is safe to assume that no question in the exam will be out-of-syllabus. The paper may mostly feature theory-based questions with a few logical ones. However, they will be centered around the ISC syllabus.