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CBSE Term-2 board exam to start from April 26

CBSE term 2 board exams for classes 10 and 12 will commence from the 26th of April. The entire schedule has not been released yet.

The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) will conduct the term-2 board exam of classes 10 and 12 from April 26, 2022.CBSE has released this notification on its official website https://www.cbse.gov.in/ on February 9, 2022. CBSE has not yet released the date sheet for term 2 board exams for classes 10 and 12. It will be notified very soon. The examination will be held in offline mode and the nature of the paper will be subjective. So students must be ready for the paper as such. Students must keep checking the official CBSE website     https://www.cbse.gov.in/ for further updates. Students and parents must not believe in any schedule circulating on social media as the schedule is fake. Students will shortly get the schedule on the official website in the coming days.

For further information, students must check on PracBee.com and remain updated.


Here is the link to the official CBSE website: https://www.cbse.gov.in/cbsenew/documents//Notification_Regarding_Term_II_090220222.pdf

The term-2 paper will be subjective, unlike the term-1 paper. As you can see from the above notice the term-2 paper will be as same as the sample papers of term-2 given on the official website of CBSE. In CBSE Term 2 Exam Pattern 2022, the formats of questions are going to be case-based/situation-based, open-ended – short answer/long answer type. If the circumstances aren’t favourable, 90-minute MCQ-based tests are going to be held rather than a subjective paper. Knowing the CBSE Term 2 Exam Pattern 2022 allows a student to raise steel oneself against the CBSE Term 2 exam 2022 by making them conscious of essential parts of an exam. The CBSE Term 2 Exam Pattern 2022 is organized within the following way: 

1. Very short-response questions – 1 Mark each

2. Short answer type questions I – 2 Marks each

3. Short answer type questions II – 3 Marks each

4. Value-based questions – 4 marks each

5. Long answer type questions – 5 Marks each

Since the notice is out and students must also prepare themselves for practical examination. As the past patterns go the practical will be held a month earlier than theory exams so in that case it will be held in March 2022.

Due to the early release of notification and date of commencement known to them students must start their preparation accordingly. There is ample time till the tier 2 examination for both class 10th and 12th. The sample papers available on the CBSE website with the additional material provided by PracBee should be revised and practised thoroughly. With the materials and papers being practised one will know the amount of preparation done by the student. He/She will be able to make to right moves to cover the missing syllabus.

The only motto for the students must be to study smart and hard so that they are prepared for the examination with a cool set of mind.

Students should also remember that the paper they will be writing is in offline mode and subjective. They must practise sample papers as much as they can as they have lost the speed and touch of writing.

 “Everything was just going perfect, then exam comes…”― Atlas Gondal.

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