Marking scheme is the guide to allocating the marks to the candidates. The assessment has to be made clear and how the candidate’s work has to be judged. Below is the brief marking scheme showing the weightage given to each chapter for the Science stream students.
Marking scheme for Mathematics
The marking scheme for mathematics class 12 is very important for a student who wants to score good marks on the exam. The maximum weightage is given to Calculus section and the least is given to Linear Programming. The maximum marks 100 and the duration is 3 hours.
Marking scheme for Physics
Thye marking scheme for physics class 12 is given here. Physics paper is divided to 2 parts- Theory and Practical. Physics theory is for 70 marks and Physics Practical is for 30 marks. The duration is for 3 hours and the maximum weightage is given to Optics.
Marking Scheme for Chemistry
The Marking Scheme Of Chemistry is similar to that of Physics. 70 marks are allotted to Theory and 30 marks are allotted to Practical. Almost the same weightage is given to all the sections in Chemistry.
Marking Scheme for Biology
The Marking Scheme Of Biology– 70 marks are allotted to Theory and 30 marks are allotted to Practical. The highest weightage is given to Genetics and Evolution
For all the 3 subjects – Physics, Chemistry and Biology 30 Marks is allotted to Practical and the marking scheme is common to all the above 3 subjects. To score more marks in class 12 students must solve the Previous year Question Papers of CBSE Class 12.
Two experiments one from each section(8+8) 16 marks, Practical Record (experiments and activities) 6 marks, Project 3 marks, Viva (experiments and project) 5 marks. It is important for Class 12 students to concentrate on all the topics and not on the ones which have higher weightage. To know more about how to formulate study plan, stay tuned with Byju’s.