The Directorate of Higher Secondary Education (DHSE) Kerala is presently conducting the Plus Two examinations. As per the timetable, the examinations have already begun from March 16 and will continue till March 21. The exams are being held over two shifts. While the forenoon shift starts from 9 AM, the afternoon shift commences at 2 PM. DHSE has successfully conducted the Computer Science examination today. However, soon after the conclusion of the exam, students seem to be in search of the answer keys.
Plus Two Computer Science model exam was held from 2:00 PM to 4:45 PM. Every student was given a cool off time of 15 minutes. The exam was held for a total of 100 marks. Along with Computer Science, the other subjects for which the exams were held today are English (Part 1), Part II Languages and Information Technology.
Where to check?
As of now, the official answer keys have not been released and students have to refer to the unofficial ones that are released by the educators and subject experts. These answer keys are mostly available as video solutions on YouTube in the form of question paper discussions and exam analysis. Nevertheless, these answer keys can help students to calculate a tentative score. Students can also find some possible explanations for the questions in addition to just the answers. For some reference, the links to the answer keys have been attached below.
Direct Links to Check Plus Two Computer Science Model Exam Answer Key 2022
|Released By||Direct Link|
|LPJ Live||Click Here|
|Target Learning App||Click Here|
|Binu Vlogs||Click Here|
|EduHub by NAVEEN BHASKER||Click Here|
Kerala SSLC and Plus Two Board Exams
The model exams are being conducted to aid the students in understanding the pattern of the question papers. The board had earlier released the date sheet for the model examinations on its official website.
With regard to the upcoming board examinations, the education minister V Sivankutty has said that 30% of the questions in the exam are going to be asked outside the focus area of the syllabus, as reported by the Times of India. He also said that 50% of extra questions will be there in the question paper. The focus area has been fixed in such a way that students get scored according to their level of understanding.