CBSE Question Paper For Class 12

Class 12 Board exams are not less than the first turning point in any student’s career. It is not hidden from anyone that class 12 aggregate decides your route for the future and shapes your career. Any reputed college admissions are based on class 12 percentage and moreover the final and most memorable year of your school life.

Byju’s concerns about your future too and therefore we bring you Previous Year CBSE question papers for class 12 that include sample papers, model question papers along with solved previous years question papers. These model question papers are based on latest CBSE Class 12 syllabus and marks/weight age for every unit. By solving these model papers you can get an idea about the expected question paper pattern and kind of ways, the question can be asked depending on the required length and marks allotted.

Now download CBSE question papers of Mathematics along with Class 12 Chemistry and Physics for free and prepare best for the board exams. All the Best.

To Download Question Papers for CBSE Class 12 for Mathematics, Physics, Chemistry, and Biology. Click the Links mentioned in the tables below.

2017 Papers

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2016 Papers

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2015 Papers

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The alkene formed as a major product in the above elimination reaction is 
                                                                                             (AIEEE, 2006)