About CBSE Class 10th
The Central Board of Secondary Education organizes class 10th exams, which are also known as All India Secondary School Examination. Approximately 9,689 schools are affiliated to CBSE and every year lakhs of students sit for the exam. Although the fundamental theme, testing the knowledge of the student remains the same; there has been some changes made to the whole system of examination like inclusion of the grading system etc.
CBSE is planning to introduce more objective type multiple choice questions and less subjective questions in the exam pattern. The exam is a 100 marks paper.
Mostly the question papers for class Xth is of 80 marks and 20 marks are allocated for the practical. The 80 mark paper consists of MCQs and short answer type and long answer type questions. The Paper is divided into 2 parts within which Part I includes Multiple Choice Questions (MCQs) and Part II includes short answer and long answer type questions.
How to Score in CBSE Class 10th Papers
CBSE has made the question paper easy for students by introducing more objective questions and a separate section on Multiple Choice Questions (MCQ). Students now have to be very specific while writing these exams. Apart from this, candidates would also have to focus on key points of a particular chapter and last but not the least; solve as many sample papers possible.
Scheme of the Continuous and Comprehensive Evaluation shall be as under: -
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