Most of the students who completed the Class 12 Board Exam Term 2 exam today found the paper easy, however, the integration section in the first written exam of the year was quite difficult.
“The questions on integration and 3-D geometry were a bit tricky, but it was not too difficult for well prepared students to crack. Overall, there were some questions in the question paper of Mathematics exam which were easy to moderate in difficulty level. The students were able to complete the paper on time”, said Pooja Nayyar, HOD, Mathematics, Seth Anandram Jaipuria School, Ghaziabad.
Sharing similar sentiments, Nilutpal Bora, PGT Mathematics at Modern English School, Guwahati said, “Overall CBSE The paper seemed to be of moderate difficulty level. Section A of two marks was relatively easy. Integration formulations were a bit conceptual, and students with a thorough understanding of concepts and knowledge of formulas would be able to score good marks. ,
“Applied Mathematics paper was quite average. Most of the financial maths questions and time series questions were direct. However, some students may face problems in the Calculus part. But overall, students who have practiced honestly and with good conceptual knowledge will score good marks. The paper was a bit lengthy, especially the four marks questions,” she said.
CBSE had conducted only a few exams in 2020 due to the pandemic and no exams could be conducted in 2021. In 2022, the board opted for two term exams. This means that students had to appear twice in a year board exam, in which one term was MCQ based and one term was theory test. This will be the only year of two-time examinations and in 2023 CBSE will again conduct an annual examination. This year’s final result will consist of Term 1, Term 2 and Internal Assessment.