Shamshad Ali|Aug 5, 2022
CBSE Class 12 History Exam 2022 Analysis: Easy, balanced; pattern same as sample paper
CBSE 12th History Exam Review: Map question was easy, paper was analytical and application-based, as per teachers.
NEW DELHI: The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) Class 12 history exam 2022 was easy and balanced, as per reactions from teachers and students.
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According to Jonali Das, Principal, Subject expert of History, Modern English School, Guwahati- 19, “The question paper consisted of common and easy questions. It was more analytical and application based. The case-based question was good and appropriate. The exam’s pattern and difficulty level were matching with the sample paper provided by CBSE. The language of the question paper was student friendly and comfortable. Map question was also easy and could be answered properly by the students. Students felt satisfied after appearing for the exam.”
As per Santosh Kumar Jaiswal PGT History Vidyagyan School, Bulandshahr, “Today’s History paper was a balanced question paper. The level of the question paper was moderate to difficult. Most of the questions were in the form of statements where students had to write the answers with the support of examples. 60% of the paper was knowledge based while 40% was higher order thinking skills. Case based questions took a lot of students’ time. Overall, it was as per the sample paper issued by CBSE. The question paper was from the syllabus only.”
Chinmaya Chauhan, PGT - History, Seth Anandram Jaipuria School, Ghaziabad, “The Class 12 Term 2 History board exam was along the expected lines. The paper was quite balanced and the syllabus was covered well. The questions were drafted to test the knowledge as well as application capability of students. There was particular emphasis on descriptive-type questions. The map question was simple. The paper evenly featured questions from all chapters. Some students found the paper a little lengthy. I’m confident that students who prepared well would score well.”
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“The question paper consisted of 10 questions with internal choice as per the board pattern. Overall the students found the paper to be very easy. No twisted or tricky questions were asked. Map-based question was also easy. Feedback from students was that the paper was very easy and direct, and they were very happy with the paper. As far as the teachers are concerned, all direct questions were asked and overall it was an easy paper,” said Shruti Sharma, PGT History at Silverline Prestige School, Ghaziabad.
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