The CBSE board exam Term 1 for the academic year 2021-22 will be schedule in November 2021. The papers will be MCQ-based, with an additional circle supplied on the OMR sheet. This is why.
CBSE board examinations will be held twice a year beginning in the academic year 2021-22, and students in Classes 10 and 12 are now awaiting the CBSE datesheet for Term 1.
It is anticipate to be post on CBSE’s official website, cbse.gov.in, three to four days after the board receives the entire list of applicants on October 9.
The CBSE first term exam will be schedule in November-December 2021, and the examination would only assess pupils on the rationalised syllabus, i.e., half of the entire material that has already been establish.
The Term 2 test will be take in March/April of 2022.
As soon as CBSE has finalised the entire test scheme, the instructions for CBSE Term 1 will be issue to all stakeholders.
Extra circles on OMR sheet
The CBSE board test for Term 1 will solely be MCQ-based, and CBSE PRO Rama Sharma stated that one additional circle would be supplied on the OMR sheets for each question.
This is due to the fact that students would only be allow to use pens to mark the right selections on the OMR sheets.
In the event of an error, students can cross out the incorrect circle, shade the right circle,
and then put the response number of the correct choice in the additional circle given for each question on the OMR page.
CBSE would assess such replies using a mix of intelligent character recognition (ICR) and optical mark recognition (OMR) algorithms.
Pattern of CBSE board test papers
Multiple choice questions (MCQs) will be include in the CBSE Term 1 question paper, as well as case-based and assertion-reasoning type MCQs.
Instead of the previous three hours, each paper would be 90 minutes long.
According to reliable reports, the amount of questions for each topic will vary,
but the marks for each question will be the same. Students will also have choices and will not be require to answer all of the questions.
The questions would also contain case-based and assertion-reasoning type MCQs, allowing the students to be appropriately evaluate on their syllabus content.
The CBSE Term 2 board exam would include subjective questions, with each paper lasting 120 minutes.
Each CBSE board exam student’s performance in the Term 1 and Term 2 board exams will be combine.
Schools will themselves be conducting the CBSE Term 1 practical exams ,
while the CBSE Term 2 practical exams would likely be carry out by the evaluators send by the board.
As per confirmed reports, CBSE is also thinking of the possibility of conducting the board exams in the home schools of students in nearby exam centres due to the Covid-19 situation.
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