The Council for the Indian School Certificate Examinations (CISCE) has scheduled the ISC Business Studies 2021-2022 term 1 exam for tomorrow, November 30, 2021. The Term 1 exam for ISC class 12 has already begun on November 15, 2021. ISC Business studies exam will be conducted offline, in the conventional pen-and-paper mode from 2.00 pm to 5.00 pm. Questions asked in the exam are framed from the revised bifurcated syllabus.
The council has earlier released the revised syllabus, previous year question papers, specimen papers, and marking scheme for the ISC Business studies paper. These resources are readily available to download on the official website of CISCE at cisce.org. Links for the same are mentioned in this article below. The council is providing all the official resources to make candidates familiar with the altered exam pattern that will be followed from this year onwards. Students are encouraged to go through all of these resources at least once before appearing for the Term 1 Business Studies exam.
Business Studies is one of the primary subjects in the Commerce stream. Most applicants find it comparatively difficult to learn and comprehend. Hence, the best way to prepare for the exam is to solve specimen papers released by the council as per the bifurcated syllabus. To score well in the upcoming board examination for Business Studies, students can check the previous year’s question paper and specimen paper for the same in the table mentioned below.
|ISC Class 12 Business Studies Specimen Paper||Click Here|
|ISC Class 12 Business Studies PY Question Papers 2017||Click Here|
|ISC Class 12 Business Studies PY Question Papers 2018||Click Here|
|ISC Class 12 Business Studies PY Question Papers 2019||Click Here|
|ISC Class 12 Business Studies PY Question Papers 2020||Click Here|
ISC Class 12 Business Studies paper is of the maximum of 80 marks for which students will get 3 hours to complete the test. The paper carries a total of 65 main questions for 80 marks. All the questions are framed in MCQ format only. The first 60 questions are theory-based questions, for 1 mark each. The last 5 questions are based on 5 different case studies. These Questions are further subdivided into 4 questions for 1 mark each. Applicants need not worry about wrong responses marked in the exam. Although, it is advisable to attempt easier questions first, leaving the tougher ones for later.
Furthermore, attempting previous year’s question papers and specimen papers will provide a concrete idea of the candidate’s performance before the actual exam. Analyzing the performance in the previous year’s papers also helps in pointing out the weak areas in the syllabus. Applicants should be able to manage their time and speed as per the difficulty of the exam. Case studies are mostly time-consuming and confusing. Practice more to have smooth control over it.