EXCLUSIVE: CBSE Term 2 Extra Sample Papers made available for more Practice of Subjective Paper, Class 10 and 12

CBSE Term-2 datasheet is expected soon and with the ommicron variant under control, it is almost certain that the subjective paper will run in offline mode. With the change of CBSE paper pattern to subjective for term 2, students struggle to adapt to the long form of answer writing as it relies on solid knowledge of concepts. CBSE officials are aware of this concern and have provided their official sample paper for Term-2 on January 14, 2022.

However, to help students further, more sample papers were launched yesterday on the platform for CBSE Class 10 and 12 students. These papers are provided as sourcebook material as per the latest update. What we saw in this resource material is another new concept of the self-evaluation map, similar to what is likely given to CBSE paper checks. We’ve summarized this latest update below:

  • Students will receive more than 11 additional papers for class 10 and class 12 for the first time (based on the original Term 2 CBSE sample paper that came out January 14, 2022).
  • To make it easy for students to go through all the steps of a 3-5 point question, self-assessment charts (see screenshot below) are introduced for the first time along with these additional sample papers.

Example screenshot of a 12th grade math self-assessment card

Link to access these charts in the study material

Such checklist type checklist is supposedly given to CBSE paper checks to award points to students. It was stated that the CBSE marking scheme was used as the basis for these graphs.

Screenshot of Science Time Management Chart provided

  • This resource material is really a great help to Educart to help CBSE students focus on results-oriented preparation while all teachers can use them to strategically plan and train the students in the remaining 2-3 months of academia.

Remember that the focus is now really on getting the preparation going according to the new pattern and completing the NCERT according to the rationalized syllabus. Offline classes are expected to begin opening in most states in the coming weeks, which will give students some much-needed facetime with teachers to better prepare.

Sajal Jain
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