CBSE Class 12 term 2 English Board Exam on May 12th: Checkout all the details

The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) is to conduct class 12 English board exams, both elective and core, on 12 May 2022. The term 1 tested 50% of students’ knowledge about the course, and the remaining 50% will be assessed in Term 2. The marks weightage for each and every unit is provided in the CBSE Class 12th English curriculum.

The subject is divided into two parts: Core and Elective. CBSE Class 12 English Syllabus to follow up on the details of the syllabus, marking for both the parts scheme and tips to ace the exam.

Revision Tricks

  1. Go through previous year question papers and english sample paper class 12 term 2.
  2. Read the syllabus properly, mark all the topics along the line once you complete them and then recheck and revise.
  3. Do written practice. The content of language exams is easy to learn but difficult to write as the answers are usually very long.
  4. Check the marking scheme, prioritise the topics accordingly and then study.

Things to keep in mind while giving the exam

  1. The question paper is given 15 minutes before the starting time of the exam. Use this time to read the question paper at least twice.
  2. The exam will be divided into 3 parts, ‘A’, ‘B’ and ‘C’ i.e., reading, writing and literature respectively. Prioritise the sections on the basis of your learning. Attempt the questions that you are most confident about first.
  3. Give brief and concise answers as CBSE is very strict about its world limit.
  4. Underline important points instead of decorating the sheet with creative writing. Write in the format that you are comfortable with and is readable for others.
  5. Space out each word properly so that the answer sheet looks neat and readable.
  6. Drink Water, to calm down the stress.
  7. Revise the answer sheet at least twice before submitting.

CBSE term 2 boards: Exam Day instructions

  1. Read all the instructions which are written on the question paper carefully.
  2. Mention all your details, like roll number etc on the space provided.
  3. Tie all the sheets in a proper order and re check the numbering of the question before submitting the answer sheet to the invigilator.
  4. Reach the exam venue on time to avoid any kind of disturbance. 
  5. Take care of covid-19 as well as exam guidelines.
  6. Wear a face mask, carry your own hand sanitizer. 
  7. Do not bring banned items like, digital watch, chits etc, in the exam hall.
  8. Do not forget to take a printed copy of your id card.


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