CBSE Exam Paper Analysis

CBSE Exam Paper Analysis

The Central Board of Secondary Education which is on the most prestigious and preferred boards in India conducts the Class 10 exam and the Class 12 exam every year for those schools affiliated to the CBSE board. The Central Board of Secondary Education is known for its comprehensive syllabus and well-structured exam pattern. Every year, the datesheet for the respective exams is released a month before the commencement of the exam date i.e. in the month of March. The CBSE announces the exam result for these exams in the month of May.

Students prepare for months throughout the academic year to score well in their final CBSE exam. The marks scored in these exams will help students to get into prestigious colleges and decide their future courses. Having an idea of the previous year question paper analysis will help the students develop an understanding of the pattern of the questions asked and the type of questions that appear in the CBSE question papers. This will help students in their preparation for the upcoming board exams to score well and ace the exam.

Here, BYJU’S provides a yearly update of the exam paper analysis of the CBSE subjects:

Stay tuned with BYJU’S to get the latest news and notification on CBSE exam along with the exam pattern syllabus, date sheet, marking scheme and other exam details.

Practise This Question

Match the following:
Part of eyeFunctiona)Irisp)Converts the light into neural signals, and sendsthese signals on to the brain for visual recognition.b)Lensq)Primarily focuses and controls the entrance oflight into the eye.c)Retinar)Controls size of pupil and amount of light reachingthe retina.d)Corneas)Focuses light onto the retina and help the eye to focus on objects at different distances.