The 12th grade math paper received mixed reactions from students, with some “invisible” questions

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Last updated time: 11 March 2023, 16:18 IST

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CBSE Class 12 Maths Exam Analysis: Although assertion and proof questions were indirect, there were some unseen questions in Section B. Probability, linear programming, and differential equations questions were straightforward and simple, students said

Today, March 11, the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) conducted the 12th grade mathematics exam. Students had mixed reactions to the math class. In general, the paper was long and time-consuming, students said. Although Assertion and Proof questions were indirect, Section B had some unseen questions. On the other hand, questions on probability, linear programming and differential equations were straightforward and simple, students said.

The teachers claimed that there was no correct version of Q-18 of group 1. “In general, students had mixed reactions to the math paper. Q-18 of Set 1 had no correct option. Assertion – Evidence questions were indirect. There were also some solved examples from NCERT. – There were questions that did not appear in part B. Probability, linear programming and differential equations questions were very straightforward and simple,” said Deepika Joshi and Ramnek Kaur, mathematics teachers at Shiv Nadar School, Noida.

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“The paper was above average level of difficulty and most of the questions were long. Generally long and time consuming paper. Section A is easy and scored. Section B was also average. A few questions in Section C were difficult for most students. Section D was long. and Section E was above average difficulty level,” said Deepak Sood, PGT Mathematics. Genesis Global School, Noida.

38,73,710 students are appearing for 10th and 12th exams. The exam will be held at 10:30 am and will end at 1:30 pm. Of the total number of enrolled students, 16.79 million are women. The CBSE board exam started on February 15 and will continue till March 21 for Class 10 and April 5 for Class 12. All students must carry a photo proof along with their CBSE admit card to the examination hall. Without it, the candidate will not be allowed to enter the examination hall or even appear for the examination. Candidates are not allowed to carry mobile phones with GPS or any electronic items and all prohibited items into the examination hall.

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