The Council for the Indian School Certificate Examinations (CISCE) has successfully conducted the class 12 Physics – Paper 1 (Theory) exam today, i.e. May 17, 2022. Students had to appear for the exam for a duration of one hour and thirty minutes. As such, the exam commenced at 2:00 PM and continued till 3:30 PM. However, with the culmination of the exam, students seem to be in search of the answer keys and question paper solutions. Now, to access them, one needs to keep an eye on the channels of various coaching centres and subject experts.
Where to check?
Students must take note that the answer keys are not the official ones but are being released unofficially by coaching centres and subject experts. These educators have years of experience in teaching the subject. Hence, even if they are unofficial, students will get benefitted from them in terms of analyzing their overall performance.
Note that ISC class 12 Physics answer key can be accessed from YouTube. Once the answer keys are released, students can go through them and also crosscheck the answers to calculate a tentative score for the exam. Channels such as Er. Yash Maheshwari, Experiment Physics with Pratibha Dwivedi, Mathematically Possible, Upadhyayns – Desire Education, Apni Kaksha, etc. are expected to come up with the answer keys once they are released. To get direct access, the direct links have been attached below.
Direct Links to Check ISC Class 12 Physics Sem 2 Physics Answer Key 2022
|Released By||Direct Links|
|Er. Yash Maheshwari||Click Here|
|Experiment Physics with Pratibha Dwivedi||Click Here|
|Maaheshwari Classes||Click Here|
|Mathematically Possible||Click Here|
|CUET Adda 247||Click Here|
|Upadhyayns – Desire Education||Click Here|
|Apni Kaksha||Click Here|
The total marks on the question paper were 35. For the semester 2 exams, a total of four units were included in the syllabus. These units were:
- Dual Nature of Radiation and Matter
- Atoms and Nuclei
- Electronic Devices
However, the entire question paper was divided into three sections namely Sections A, B and C. The first section or Section A covered questions for a total of 7 marks while Section B had questions for 10 marks. Similarly, the last section or Section C had questions for a total of 18 marks. Every student was given a reading time of 10 minutes to go through the question paper. During this time, they were not allowed to write anything.