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CBSE Class 12 Chemistry Paper Analysis 2021: The students and teachers reviewed the Chemistry paper as easy and scoring

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CBSE Class 12 Chemistry Paper Analysis 2021: The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) conducted the class 12 Chemistry exam on Tuesday (December 14). The students and teachers reviewed the Chemistry paper as easy and scoring.

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Nishant Kumar, PGT Chemistry, Mount Abu Public School, Rohini said that the Class 12 Chemistry paper was easy and followed the pattern of NCERT. “The paper was easy and scoring. There were as such no such difficulties in the paper and options were not at all confusing. Equal weightage was provided to every sections- Organic, Inorganic and Physical. Only two numerical questions were there, and were easy to solve.” The average students can easily score above 30 out of total 35 marks, the teacher said.By submitting details, you are registering on Careers360

Seema Behl, Principal, Brain International School reviewed the Class 12 Chemistry paper as easy. According to the principal, “The paper followed the pattern of NCERT and sample papers. Apart from question number 32 which was a bit lengthy as per the marks allotted, other sections seem fine to the students.” The students can expect a score above 30, the principal added.

Naman Jain, Education Policy Expert, and Director Silverline Prestige School, Ghaziabad said, “The questions were strictly based on the CBSE syllabus and based on the NECRT pattern. Most of the questions were based on the CBSE sample papers. Question No. 32 had some level of difficulty. Some of the children had left the question as there were others given in the question paper. Students were able to solve and complete the paper on time. There was no problem of constraints.”

Nallapati Ashok Kumar, PGT Chemistry, VidyaGyan School, Bulandshahr said, “It was a balanced paper. Everything was from the syllabus and numerical questions were few. There was a question in MCQ section where two options out of the four were correct. The difficulty level was moderate. The paper was as per the expectations of the students.”

Madhu Malik, Principal, Modern DPS, Faridabad analysed the 12th Accountancy paper as easy and balanced. “The paper followed the pattern of NCERT and sample papers. Few options were a bit tricky, however, equal weightage was given to every sections,” the principal said.

CBSE will release the Class 12 Chemistry paper answer key after the teachers upload the OMR sheets on the CBSE portal. For details on CBSE board exams, please visit the website- cbse.nic.in.

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