Council of Indian School Certificate Examination (CISCE) successfully conducted the ISC Class 12 Semester 1 Economics exam 2021-22 today, December 06, 2021. The answer key for the same has been released on various platforms by several educators and subject experts online. The examination was held at various centers across the country, from 2:00 pm to 3:30 pm. Students appeared for this test in offline pen-paper-based mode and were allotted 1 hour and 30 minutes to attempt the whole paper. CISCE has updated the exam pattern for the years 2021-22. According to the new pattern the Semester I Economics exam consisted of 40 objective-based multiple-choice questions. These questions were based on the bifurcated syllabus.
ISC Semester 1 Economics Answer Key: Where to Find
Since the assessment is concluded, applicants are curiously waiting for the ISC Economics exam answer key. Whether the board will release any official answer keys for the ISC Semester 1 Economics exam is a dilemma. Till then, students can take help from the unofficial answer keys and exam analysis released by several educators and teachers online. Students are advised to visit various sites and search for ISC Economics Semester 1 answer keys online on various platforms. With the help of the unofficial answer keys, applicants can immediately calculate their ISC Class 12 Semester 1 Economics score. This score may differ a little from the actual score but can give a rough estimate of the real score.
Students can calculate their scores by going through the answer keys released by several educators on the following platforms:
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CISCE will convey the official answer keys for all the Semester I subjects, soon. Answer keys will be presumably released in PDF format on the official site of CISCE at cisce.org. In any case, this process will require several days to be executed. Meanwhile, students can allude to the informal answer keys to analyze their score and to conclude their individual performance in the Semester 1, Economics exam. The marking scheme prescribed by the CISCE, 1 mark for the correct answer, and no negative marks for wrong answers can be used to calculate the tentative marks scored in the examination.
As per the 2021-22 bifurcated syllabus, the ISC class 12 Economics paper covers Micro Economic Theory for the 1st semester and Theory of Income and Employment, Money and Banking, Balance of Payment and Exchange Rate, Public Finance, and National Income for the second semester. Applicants willing to find the answers on their own can take the help of the above chapters from their respective Economics textbooks. The questions asked in today’s examination were mostly theory-based questions with a few logical ones. However, all of them were centered around the ISC syllabus.