Last 10 Years Question Paper of CBSE Class 12

Central Board of Secondary Education i.e CBSE conducts the class 12 examination during the month of March every year. Students who are currently studying in class 12 should start solving last 10 years question papers parallelly with their ongoing studies. Solving CBSE Class 12 Question Papers of last 10 years will help the students to know the question paper pattern and types of questions asked in the exam. Students may come across some of the questions during exam from these last year papers. So it is advised to solve a all the question paper before the board exam.

Download Last 10 Years CBSE Class 12 Question Papers

Here we have compiled the last 10 years question paper of CBSE class 12. These paper are according to the CBSE Class 12 Syllabus and available for Physics, Chemistry, Biology and Maths subjects. Solving these papers will help in scoring good marks and enhance time management skills.

Last 10 Years CBSE Class 12 Question Papers for Physics

Students can download the last 10 years CBSE class 12 physics question papers by clicking on the link below. Practicing these papers will help them to understand the different type of theoretical and numerical questions asked in the exam.

10 Years CBSE Class 12 Question Papers for Chemistry

Students can download the last 10 years CBSE class 12 chemistry question papers from the table below. Solving these questions students can predict the expected chemistry paper pattern.

Last 10 Years CBSE Class 12 Question Papers for Maths

Table below shows the last 10 years CBSE class 12 maths question papers. Students must download and solve them to get an idea on types of questions asked in the exam and its difficulty level.

10 Years CBSE Class 12 Question Papers for Biology

Last 10 years CBSE class 12 Biology question papers can be downloaded from the links provided below. By solving these papers students can analyse the past year trend of questions asked and its difficulty level.

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