CBSE Marking Scheme for Class 10

CBSE Marking Scheme for Class 10

The Central Board of Secondary Education conducts the CBSE Class 10 board exam in the month of February/March. Every year before the class 10 board examination, CBSE releases the sample paper and marking scheme for the students so that they get well versed with the exam pattern and question paper design. Also, when the board exams gets over, the answers of the class 10 question papers for all the subjects are made available on the board website. The answers of the sample papers and question papers are made available in the form of pdf and are known as Marking Scheme for CBSE Class 10. Due to slow down of the CBSE board website, students find it difficult to download the Marking scheme. So, for students convenience, we have provided the CBSE Class 10 Marking scheme here. Students must go through it to get an idea how the marks are awarded for each step for a particular question.

The marking scheme for the exam 2020 is not released by the CBSE on the official site. We will update the page with the latest marking scheme as soon as it is available on the official website. The marking scheme is an answer sheet which provides step by step marking of each question provided in the question paper/sample paper. To help students with their exam preparation, we have provided the CBSE marking scheme for class 10.

CBSE Marking Scheme for Class 10 – All Subjects

By going through the CBSE Marking Scheme for class 10, students can understand how the marks are awarded to every answer based on the steps. Also, they get to know the answer writing skill. Students who are appearing for the upcoming class 10 board exam must go through the Marking Scheme after solving the CBSE Class 10 Question Papers and CBSE Sample Papers.

The table below shows the CBSE Marking Scheme for Class 10 consisting of all the subjects. Download the PDF and prepare effectively for the exam.

We have analysed the pattern of question papers and summarised them in the table below. By going through it students will get to know the marks weightage and number of questions asked in the exam.

CBSE Class 10 Maths (Basic and Standard Paper) Marking Scheme
Sections No. of Questions Marks per Question Total Marks
Section A 20 Qs 1 Mark 20
Section B 6 Qs 2 Marks 12
Section C 8 Qs 3 Marks 24
Section D 6 Qs 4 Marks 24
Total 40 Qs 80

 

CBSE Class 10 Science Marking Scheme 
Sections No. of Questions Marks per Question Total Marks
Section A 12 Qs 1 Mark 20
2 Qs 4 Marks
Section B 10 Qs 3 Marks 30
Section C 6 Qs 5 Marks 30
Total 30 Qs 80

 

CBSE Class 10 English Language and Literature Marking Scheme 
Sections No. of Questions Marks per Question Total Marks
Section A 1 Qs 8 Marks 20
1 Qs 12 Marks
Section B 1 Qs 8 Marks 30
1 Qs 10 Marks
3 Qs 4 Marks
Section C 1 Qs 4 Marks 30
1 Qs 10 Marks
2 Qs 8 Marks
Total 11 Qs 80

 

CBSE Class 10 Hindi A Marking Scheme 
Sections No. of Questions Marks per Question Total Marks
Section A 1 Qs 10 Marks 10
Section B 4 Qs 4 Marks 16
Section C 3 Qs 6 Marks 34
2 Qs 8 Marks
Section D 1 Qs 10 Marks 20
2 Qs 5 Marks
Total 13 Qs 80

 

CBSE Class 10 Hindi B Marking Scheme
Sections No. of Questions Marks per Question Total Marks
Section A 1 Qs 10 Marks 10
Section B 1 Qs 1 Mark 16
1 Qs 3 Marks
3 Qs 4 Marks
Section C 3 Qs 6 Marks 28
2 Qs 5 Marks
Section D 4 Qs 5 Marks 26
1 Qs 6 Marks
Total 16 Qs 80

 

CBSE Class 10 Social Science Marking Scheme
Sections No. of Questions Marks per Question Total Marks
Section A 20 Qs 1 Marks 20
Section B 8 Qs 3 Marks 24
Section C 6 Qs 5 Marks 30
Section D 1 Qs 6 Marks 6
Total 35 Qs 80

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1 Comment

  1. Manjitsingh Dhalwale

    10th class CBSC pattern exams information’s and 20 marks

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