In order to excel well in the exam, students should understand the marking scheme followed by the Board. Writing an answer as per the scheme given by the Board will not only help the student fetch good marks, but will also help them in time management during the exam.
The CBSE class 12 mathematics question paper will comprise of questions carrying 1 mark, 2 marks, 4 marks and 6 marks. Candidates will be allowed 3 hours to attempt the question paper of 100 marks. Internal choices will be provided to students for long answer type questions.
For Maths paper, candidates should be very particular about the marking scheme; step marks are also important to know as they are helpful in getting marks. For every step that a student writes down, there is a mark for it and vice-versa. For a question carrying 6 marks, the step wise marking scheme can be 1+1+2+2 or 1+1+2.5+1.5 marks.
Candidates should also note that the conclusion statement and figures carries a mark as well.
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