The exam paper comprised of four sections: Comprehension (15 marks), Grammar (15 marks), Literature (30 marks) and writing section (20 marks). Internal choices given in the question paper made it easier for students.
The writing section tested the literary skill of the student and hence students said it was 'time consuming' and 'lengthy'.
Most of the questions were from the syllabus.
With a gap on 7 March, Class 10 students have 'Foundation of IT' paper on 8 March. On 12 March students will appear for English paper.
Meanwhile CBSE Class 12 students will appear for Physics exam on 7 March.
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