CBSE Class 10 Maths Paper 2022: The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) on Thursday conducted the CBSE Term 2 Class 10 Maths paper and soon after the exam was over, students reviewed it as easy but a bit lengthy. While some questions were easy, some were difficult and time-consuming as it required step-by-step answers. However, many students said that the questions asked were as per the syllabus. Also Read – CBSE Board Exam 2022: What happens if students miss both the terms? the board responded
Some of the students who appeared for the exam gave mixed reactions after writing the exam. While some felt that the paper was difficult, some found the paper too long and some questions were not as per the standard format. Also Read – CBSE Term 2 Exam 2022: Board asks exam centers to make proper arrangements for students amid heatwave, COVID surge
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After reviewing the question paper, a student said that the Class 10 Maths paper was quite easy but a bit lengthy and was along the expected lines and as per the given syllabus.
Another student said that some questions in the maths paper were easy but it took time to write the answers step by step.
Teachers and experts who reviewed the question paper said that the CBSE Class 10 Maths paper was easy and the questions were mostly from the syllabus.
An expert in the subject said that the exam pattern involves step marking, so even if the students have attempted questions and have some correct steps in the maths question, it will help to score some marks.
Yet another student said that the maths paper was as per the pattern provided by the board, however, enough internal choices were given in each section which was a big relief for them.
One of the experts said that the difficulty level of class 10 maths exam was easy to moderate and added that each section had standard questions, but sections A and B were relatively easy.
For CBSE class 10 board exams, Term 1 exam was based on MCQs, this time students had to write answers and steps in maths test. In the previous term, all they had to do was mark the answers. Notably, the students gave their written examination after a gap of almost two years.