WBBSE Board Class 10 Previous Year Question Paper

The West Bengal Board of Secondary Education conducts one main exam known as Madhyamik examination for class 10 students in the state. The board has set up an examination committee which is solely responsible for supervising the activities related to conducting of the secondary examination. However, there have been no new changes in the exam pattern and it will seemingly be conducted in the same format. The only change that the board has brought about as of 2019 is that the sealed question packets of class 10 board exam will now be opened in front of the students right in the examination hall few minutes before the exam starts. The WBBSE board has assured that the new measures will be implemented without any glitches.

While the board is currently focused on making the exams a transparent matter, the WBBSE normally makes exam resources like question papers available to its students via its official website. This is a good chance for students to grab such study tools and boost their preparation level. By using question papers students can not only study effectively but they will also be able to get a clear idea about certain things like;

  • The exam paper pattern.
  • Know the different types of question format.
  • Repeated topics and their relevancy.
  • Weightage of marks.
  • Duration of the exam paper.

Here students will find WBBSE board class 10 question papers which they can download in the form of a PDF. Students can make use of the given question papers and test where they stand in terms of their preparation level. Students will get to know their weak areas which they can improve and at the same time have a quick revision of the entire subject.

Access class 10 question papers by clicking on the links given below.

WBBSE Class 10 Maths Question Paper

WBBSE Class 10 Science Question Paper

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The plastic bottles, in which we store food-items like jam or pickle, can be further used for storing things in the kitchen. Given practice belongs to which among the 3 R's in conservation of resources?