New Delhi [India], January 15 (ANI/Mediawire): The new year began with a lot of development about the CBSE 2022 Term 2 exams, but there has been widespread misinformation, according to an official note from CBSE:
“A few online media platforms are confusing audiences, using expressions such as Breaking News about major exam pattern changes in class X and XII Term 2 Board exams.”
To summarize everything in case you missed any important update about the CBSE term 2 board exam 2022, here are the highlights for you:
1). CBSE Term 2 Board Exam 2022 updates: The CBSE will release CBSE term 2 sample paper questions for the term 2 exams on cbseacademic.nic.in. Students preparing for the board exams can download the syllabi and question banks from the CBSE academic website.
They will also release a marking scheme for each sample paper so students can evaluate themselves and check how well prepared they are for the exam.
About the CBSE Exam Dates 2022, the Term 2 board examination for CBSE Class 10 and Class 12 students will be held in March-April, 2022.
A piece of fake news that’s going around is that there is a new Term 2 paper pattern question. But as per circular no. 51, CBSE confirmed that the way the Term 1 exam has been held, CBSE Term II 2022 will follow the same format.
2). CBSE Term 2 Boards Question Papers
For the boards exam you can study Oswaal Gurukul chapterwise objective and subjective Term 2 books that will help you prepare better.
The questions are segregated chapter-wise and category-wise so that Class 10 & 12 CBSE students can concentrate properly on one chapter at a time. It is based on the latest circular no. Acad. 51 and 53 dated July 20, 2021, issued by the board for the Term II examination.
3). CBSE Term 2 Exam Pattern
For subject wise preparation you don’t have to buy books separately, these book combos have various questions, such as Objective MCQs, Source/Picture/Figure-Based questions, NCERT and NCERT Exemplars, Case Studies, Assertion & Reasoning-Based, and descriptive questions that require Very Short Answers (VSA), Short Answers (SA), and Long Answers (LA).
This self-study guide for Term 2 is designed to help you assess your knowledge at your own pace and understand which sections need the most improvement.
All of these books have detailed explanations so that you can have an in-depth understanding of the concepts. This class 10 Maths, Science, Social, English, and Hindi bundle includes objective and subjective questions from the CBSE Class 10 Term II Exam 2022.
4). Term I Results & Date Sheet for CBSE Term II
The results of the term 1 exams are expected to be out by January. Once that is out, the CBSE will publicize the date sheet for the Term 2 board examination too.
The final mark sheet will be prepared after the Term II exam.
5). Better of the Two Marks Will be Considered as Final Marks for Class 12
In hopes of making all educational rules student-friendly and safeguarding students’ careers, the Supreme Court on Friday, January 8, directed CBSE to allow its class 12 students to choose either earlier marks or improvement marks as their final marks.
To simplify: CBSE students will consider the better of the marks between the original and improvement examinations for the evaluation of the results of their class 12 exams.
Students will choose which marks to use as their final marks, rather than the earlier Tabulation Policy mandate, which stated that the marks earned in the subsequent examination would be considered final.
In 2021, CBSE students signed a petition against its Tabulation Policy of 2021 that made the improvement examination scores final for the future.
This confirmation from the Apex court has been a great relief for all parents and class 11 & 12 students.
6). Preparation Tips for Board Exams 2022
Boards are students’ most important exams. So, students, follow these tips to ace your Term 2 exams:
1. Practice solving questions from books that help with in-depth preparation based on the latest CBSE circular.
2. Time which section needs your utmost attention and self-assess your strengths and weaknesses to improve upon them.
3. Don’t rush to complete everything all at once. Concentrate on one chapter at a time.
4. Solve as many latest sample papers as possible.
Study well & all the best!
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