The Council for the Indian School Certificate Examinations (CISCE) has been conducting the semester 1 exam for classes 10 and 12. The Chemistry Paper-1 Theory exam for ISC class 12 is scheduled for tomorrow, i.e. December 13, 2021. Students will appear for the examination from 2 PM onwards, for a duration of 01 hour and 30 minutes. With whatever time is left for the exam, students are now going through the final stage of preparation.
The Council has already made the specimen paper and reduced syllabus available on its website – cisce.org. Students appearing for the exam tomorrow can solve the specimen paper to boost up their preparation. To download the official specimen paper, follow these steps.
Step 1- Go to the official website of CISCE – cisce.org
Step 2- Click on ISC class XII and then select ‘Specimen Question Papers’
Step 3- Now, click on ‘Semester 1’ and then click on ‘Chemistry’
Step 4- The question paper will be displayed
Step 5- Download and save the same.
Click Here to Download ISC Semester 1 Chemistry Specimen Paper
Other than the specimen paper, students can also go through the MCQ questions that are released unofficially. These MCQs can be accessed from YouTube and are released by various educators and subject experts. To check the same, these are the steps that one can follow.
Step 1- Go to YouTube at youtube.com
Step 2- On the search box, type ‘ISC class 12 Chemistry MCQs’
Step 3- The videos posted by educators and coaching institutes will be shown
Step 4- Click on the required video and solve the MCQs.
Direct Links to Access ISC Semester 1 Chemistry MCQs
|Released By||Direct Link|
|12 ISC 2022 – Board Specimen Paper – By allchemistry||Click Here|
|Important Questions – Chemistry – ISC 2021 Semester 1 – By allchemistry||Click Here|
|ISC Class 12th Chemistry Sample Papers (PDF) – By selfstudys.com||Click Here|
|ISC Semester 1 Specimen Paper (PDF) – By educart.com||Click Here|
This year, CISCE has decided to conduct the ISC board exams over two semesters. Presently, the semester 1 examinations are underway for which the Board has revised and bifurcated the syllabus over two semesters. Hence, it is also important to have a final look at the syllabus to ensure that the student has not left out any unit or chapter.
A total of seven units are required for the semester 1 examination. These units are Solid State, Solutions, Electrochemistry, General Principles and Pocesses of Isolation of Elements, p-Block elements, Haloalkenes and Haloarenes, Alcohols, Phenols and Ethers. The paper will be for a total of 35 marks. Click Here to check out the complete bifurcated syllabus.