Council of Indian School Certificate Examination (CISCE) today, December 04, 2021, conducted the Indian School Certificate (ISC) Class 12 Home Science 2021-22 exam. Today, students only had to give the theory paper. The practical exam or internal assessment will be held at a later stage. The Home Science exam was held for a duration of 1 hour and 30 minutes, from 2:00 pm to 3:30 pm. Candidates were expected to attempt and complete 35 multiple-choice questions within the given time-frame. So although, the paper was theory-based, it was entirely objective in nature.
Now, that the ISC Class 12 Home Science exam is over, students are wondering about the exam analysis and answer key. Here’s all they need to know –
ISC Home Science Sem 1 Analysis & Answer Key Soon
Immediately after the conduction of ISC Home Science Sem 1 paper, students are wondering about the analysis and answer key. This is not surprising as the paper was entirely objective in nature. Invariably, it implies that students can determine their exam scores today itself, instead of waiting for the CISCE to announce the results. Moreover, students need the analysis to understand where they stand, in terms of preparation. So that they gear up or continue the same strategy for the Term II paper, a subjective-paper.
CISCE will also be releasing the ISC or Class 12 ISC Home Science answer key soon. Using this answer key, students can calculate their scores and tally them with score calculated today. Of course, the board will take a few days to release the answer key. Till then, students can make do with the unofficial draft available soon online. These may be available in the PDF format or as a YouTube video.
Some educators may provide exam analysis and answer key in the same YouTube video. Hence, students are advised to keep an eye out for such videos to serve both their purposes.
What topics featured in ISC Home Science Sem 1 paper
As per the official Semester I scheduled provided by CISCE, the ISC Home Science paper featured a total of 4 units which are as follows –
Unit 1: Food Preparation
Unit 2: Meal Planning for the Family
Unit 3: Resource Management
Unit 4: Consumer Education
These 4 units featured across a total of 35 questions for a maximum of 35 marks. The exact difficulty and weightage of each chapter will be provided soon, on various education portals online.