NEW DELHI: The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) will conduct the annual board examinations 2020 from February to March. This year, the Board has introduced several changes to the exam pattern and marking schemes for all the subjects of class 10th and 12th. In a tweet, the CBSE Board has said that "20 marks practicals/internal assessments in all subjects will make learning fun. Students will understand, recall and apply knowledge instead of just cramming."
1) 20 marks practicals/internal assessments introduced in all subjects
2) More internal choices and objective type questions
3) Reduced number of subjective or descriptive questions
How to prepare for the board exams 2020?
The CBSE Board has released sample paper of all subjects for class 10th and class 12th students. The sample papers are available on the official website of the CBSE Board. The students can visit the official website of the Board to check and download the sample papers or click on the links provided below:
Beside sample paper, the students are also advised to solve the previous years question papers and mock tests. This will help students in improving their performance during exam and also would build confidence. Attempt the CBSE 12th Board exam question paper 2019 in the three-hours duration and then analyse your answers to check how much you score in the mock test. Revise the concepts of those question you could not answer or got wrong answers. It will help you improve your weak topics/concepts. You will also learn time management and develop your own strategy to attempt the question paper on the exam day.
The direct link of the PDF of CBSE 12th Mathematics previous year's question paper is provided below for your reference. Take a print out of this question paper and try to solve it in 3-hours time frame and see how much you score.
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