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Mar 13 2019

CBSE Class 12th Chemistry Exam 2019 Question Paper Analysis



CBSE 12 Chemistry Paper was organized on March 12 by the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE). This paper was organized simultaneously on various centers across the country. According to CBSE's Exam Timing, 12th Chemistry Paper started at 10.30 in the morning, at 1.30 a.m. Let us tell you that last year chemistry paper was organized on 13th March.






Previously, the science stream of the previous paper was of the topic Physics. According to the students who were held on March 5, 2019, this paper was not too difficult.


Earlier, English paper was quite easy, whereas physics paper was not too difficult. There was also a mixed response from the students about chemistry papers. Although most students have told it easy. Our Associate newspaper, Times of India, spoke with the students coming out with the CBSE 12th Chemistry Paper.






In the initial reaction, the students said that chemistry paper was neither easy nor too difficult.



-Kaushish of Joseph and Mary School told that "Numerical questions were quite easy, which were taken directly from the NCERT books."


-Amjeet Singh of Joseph and Mary School told that the paper was quite easy and I am expecting good marks in it. I have found that most students can get points in it. Only one or two questions were difficult. "


- One more Akhilesh Singh Khatri told that most of the questions were asked by P & D block. Last year, the Organic Chemistry Chapter was questioned very difficult, but the questions were quite easy this time.


-Ayush Thakur said that the entire paper was taken from NCERT. According to me no question was difficult. Many students had finished the paper prematurely. '


-The student Shubham Raval told that the paper was easy. There was a lot of help in reading from the NCERT books. Two questions of three points were difficult, but they were also taken from the NCERT books.


Where did Ritu Pandey say that 'it was a very easy paper compared to physics'. Organic questions were asked directly from the NCERT books. '

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