Model Question Paper for Class 11 Kerala Syllabus

The model question paper for class 11 Kerala syllabus can be found here. The question papers are available in the PDF format so that you can easily download it or save it for future offline viewing. Students who refer through the question papers, usually tend to score higher marks than those who do not.

Students who refer through the model question papers before writing their main examinations stand a much better chance of scoring higher marks in their exams. These question papers are designed on the same format as the previous year question paper. The Kerala State Board of Higher Secondary Education is an autonomous body responsible for designing the question papers, syllabus, and textbooks for class 11 students.

You can check out the model question paper from the tabular column, available as a PDF below:

Class 11 Mathematics: Mathematics for class 11 covers a vast variety of different chapters and topics. Here students can learn about the different formulas, that are used in solving different problems for the main math exam.

Class 11 Biology: Biology for class 11 students covers a lot of different topics by introducing the major fields of this subject such as Botany and Zoology as topics, covered in different chapters.

Class 11 Chemistry: Some of the major concepts that are introduced in this subject are the states of matter, the structure of an atom, classification of elements and periodicity in properties etc. All these topics are covered in depth, as they are arranged systematically as chapters in the class 11 syllabus.

Class 11 Physics: Physics for class 11 students includes a whole host of different topics, that are easily organized into chapters. Some of the concepts introduced in this subject are Units and Measurements, Motion in a straight line, Laws of Motion etc.

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A cubical block of ice of mass 'm' and edge 'L' is placed in a large tray of mass 'M'. If the ice melts, how far does the centre of mass of the system "ice plus tray” come down with reference to the point O as shown in figure

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