The Council for the Indian School Certificate Examination (CISCE) has successfully conducted the ISC Economics examination today, i.e. May 05, 2022. Students had to appear for the exam for a duration of one hour and thirty minutes. The exam commenced at 2:00 PM and concluded at 3:30 PM. Additionally, students were given a reading time of 10 minutes. With the conclusion of the exam, students seem to be in need of the answer keys. For now, only the unofficial ones are available and students can access them for cross-checking their answers.
Where to get?
Right after the conclusion of the exam, teachers and educators mostly release the answer keys in the form of question paper discussions. These discussions are available as videos and can be accessed from online platforms like YouTube. Channels such as Shubham Jagdish, Economics Height, Er. Yash Maheshwari, Shoaib Alam, Accounts Teacher, etc. are likely to release the answer keys in due time.
After going through the answer keys, students can compare the answers with their own and calculate a tentative score. For some reference, the direct links to the answer keys have been tabulated below.
|Released By||Direct Links|
|Shubham Jagdish||Click Here|
|Economics Height (Vishal Masih)||Click Here|
|Re. Yash Maheshwari||Click Here|
|Shoaib Alam||Click Here|
|Hidden Minds||Click Here|
ISC Economics Semester 2 Exam: An Overview
The ISC Economics exam 2022 was held for a total of five units from the syllabus. These units were Theory of Income and Employment, Money and Banking, Balance of Payment and Exchange Rate, Public Finance and National Income. The total marks of the question paper are 40.
It is noteworthy that the entire question paper was divided into three sections namely A, B and C. While Section A was for 8 marks, Section B covered 12 marks and Section C had questions for 20 marks. Each question in the first section was for 01 mark while every question in the second section has 2 marks. Similarly, the third section or Section C had each question for 4 marks.
Students were required to be seated in the examination halls well before time since the question papers were distributed at 1:50 PM. Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, students have been instructed to reach the examination centres in advance just to avoid any overcrowding. Moreover, face masks and hand sanitisers have been made mandatory. All necessary instructions were to be strictly followed in the exam halls.