Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) will conduct the class 10 board examination 2018 in the month of March, contrary to the ongoing rumors about exam being held in February’18.
Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) will conduct the class 10 board examination 2018 in the month of March, contrary to the ongoing rumors about exam being held in February’18. Students, who will be appearing for the examination, next year should get into their preparation, now onwards. The Board has released sample question papers and marking scheme for all the main subjects for which the board exam will be held.
Here's the marking scheme and question paper pattern for the 10th Maths paper as released by the Board. CBSE has released marking scheme and sample papers for all main subjects for 2018 Board Examination at their official website. On 8 October 2017, the HRD Ministry is believed to have communicated to the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) that students who are keen on learning foreign languages should opt for the subject as fourth or fifth language. "Languages which are listed in the Eighth Schedule of the Constitution should be taught under the three language formula, while languages which are 'purely foreign' should be taught as a 'fourth language' as an elective subject," a source said. Click here for Exam and Questions Pattern, Marking Scheme for Class 10 CBSE Science Paper
Class 10 CBSE sample question paper, exam and questions pattern and marking scheme 2017-2018: CBSE 10th Mathematics Paper
- CBSE Mathematics question paper will comprise of a total of 30 questions; 6 questions (1 mark each), 6 questions (2 marks each), 10 questions (3 marks each) and 8 questions (4 marks each).
- Candidates will be provided an internal choice in four questions of 3 marks each and three questions of 4 marks each; where candidates have to attempt only one of the choices.
- The maximum marks will be 80 and candidates will be allowed 3 hours to attempt it.
- Candidates must go through the marking scheme given in the official website for understanding the step wise marking scheme. CBSE has divided each answer into different steps and each step carries a part of the total marks. For example, in a probability question which carries a total of 2 marks, the mark distribution for the steps will be 0.5 marks, 1 mark and 0.5 mark.
- Candidates must be more careful about the conclusion as CBSE has allotted 0.5-1 mark for the same.
- Details of CBSE class 10 sample question paper and marking scheme for exam 2017-2018 are available at the official website of the Board at www.cbse.nic.in or www.cbseacademic.in.
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