Meanwhile CBSE class 10 board examinees of Dubai, United Arab Emirates have launched a petition at change.org for 'Lenient correction for AISSE Math Paper Foreign Set 30/ 2/ (1,2,3,4)'.
CBSE Class 10 Maths Question Paper Pattern
The maths question paper for the exam can be found below:
- Section A: 4 questions (1 mark each)
- Section B: 6 questions (2 marks each)
- Section C: 10 questions (3 marks each)
- Section D: 11 questions (4 marks each)
Overall Easy and Straightforward!
While students said that the question paper was easy and 80-85 can be scored easily, for few the paper was a bit tricky. Arithmetic progression was the most difficult of all the questions asked in the paper.
Since most of the questions were straight forward and were from NCERT textbooks, it will be easy for students to score better. For those who had revised properly, scoring good marks won't be difficult.
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