According to an expert the CBSE Class 12 Geography question paper which was held today was of moderate difficulty level for an average student. The CBSE Board also held the Class 10 Mathematics paper for students who have registered with the national board from India and abroad. "The CBSE Class 12 Geography question paper was of moderate difficulty level for an average student," commented Suja Mathew, PGT Geography, Army Public Schoo, Delhi Cantt.. She also said the majority of questions in today's CBSE Class 12 paper was on expected lines.
Ms Suja also said the paper had several analytical questions which the average student might find difficult to comprehend.
According to the teacher, the introduction of internal choices has made the paper easier.
"The 3 marker questions had a table based and diagram based analysis question which some students may find difficult. However, the introduction of internal choices has made the paper easier for an average student," she said.
"Map work which is perceived by many as difficult, also had internal choices which was a relief for most students. The five marker questions were mostly direct," Ms Suja commented.
"Overall, majority of the paper was on expected lines but it also had a fair share of unexpected questions," she added.
Meanwhile, after the Central Board of Secondary Education or CBSE has located a number of uploads on Youtube, a video sharing and hosting website, falsely claiming to have access to the original question papers of upcoming annual exams, it has filed an FIR in this connection.
(With inputs from Suja Mathew, PGT Geography)
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