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CBSE Term 1 Class 10 Computer Application Answer Key 2021: The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) conducted the Class 10 Computer Application Term 1 examination on Wednesday. The exam ended at 1 pm. As the exam is over, students can download CBSE Class 10 Computer Application Answer Key 2021-22 for Term 1 to estimate their expected score. Notably, the answer key has been shared by experts in this case. However, CBSE Official Answer Key of Computer Application Examination 2021-22 will be provided to the examination centers for checking the OMR Sheet. After the release of the official answer key, the exam center officials can download the CBSE 10th Computer Application Answer Key 2021-22 Term 1 and check the OMR sheet. Also Read – CBSE Class 12 Term 1 Business Studies Paper Answer Key 2021 Released. details here
Students can now check CBSE Class 10 Computer Application Answer Key 2021-22 to calculate their Term 1 score. However, they must wait for the official results to get the exact marks. Also Read – CBSE Term 1 Exam 2022: Board issues notice on change in mode of response on OMR. details here
The provisional answer key is being given by the experts for reference purposes only and students can verify their answers with the official answer key to get a more accurate estimate of the marks. Also Read – CBSE Class 12 Term 1 Maths, Applied Maths Paper On Monday: Students Can Check Sample Paper With Solutions, Question Pattern In Detail
As per the feedback of the students, CBSE Computer Application Exam for class 10 was easy and feasible. He further added that there was hardly any question which was difficult and if one was clear with the concepts, they could easily solve the paper.
CBSE Class 10 Computer Application Exam: Answer Key
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It should be noted that there were 50 questions in the Computer Applications question paper, and the students had to answer only 40. The maximum mark weighting of the question paper was 25 and the question paper was divided into three sections – Section A with 20 questions out of which 16 to be answered, Section B containing 20 questions of which 16 to be answered and Section B with 20 questions to be answered. C has 10 questions out of which 8 are to be answered.