CBSE Class 12 Maths Paper 2018 Analysis

CBSE class 12 students appeared for Mathematics exam today from 10.30 am to 1.30 pm.

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CBSE Class 12 Maths Paper 2018 Analysis

CBSE Class 12 Maths Paper 2018 Analysis, Review, Feedback From Students, Teachers


New Delhi:  CBSE class 12 maths paper 2018 has just been over and the responses given by students are not showing any sign of dissatisfaction. Class 12 students appeared for Mathematics exam today from 10.30 am to 1.30 pm. 'This year's question paper is a boon for students,' said Mangal Teresa Zacharia, PGT Mathematics, Crescent Public School, Chalakkudy. Unlike 2017 and 2016, this year students seem to be satisfied with their exam. Both teachers and students are overwhelmed after going through the CBSE class 12 maths question papers; especially after going through the difficulty levels of Physics and Chemistry papers. 'With one look at the question paper , every student must have heaved a sigh of relief . Questions which cater to the academic requirement of average students were found in the question paper. Students having above average caliber can secure full marks,' said the teacher.

After the CBSE class 12 accountancy paper fiasco, and 'tough' Physics and Chemistry paper an easy Maths exam surely gave students the much wanted relief.

'The CBSE class 12 maths paper 2018 was a moderate one. Most of the questions were from NCERT text book and sample papers issued by CBSE. 20% of the paper was very easy, 60% was of  average difficulty level and the rest 20% was of higher difficulty level. However none of the questions were so tough that the students would not be able to attempt at all,' said Shalini Gupta, HOD Mathematics, Army Public School, Shanker Vihar.

'There were four sections in the paper.The questions in  Section B that carries 2 marks for each question were slightly lengthy but were simple to attempt,' she further added.

"Questions on Three-dimensional geometry and Differential Equations were comparatively easy than last year. Marks' weightage was similar as compared to that of last year," said Mr. Rajshekhar Ratrey, VP, Educational Content, Toppr.com.

Mr. Ratrey also said that maximum number of questions were from Vector Algebra, Determinants and Probability.

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"According to our analysis, 70-80 marks out of 100 marks are easily scorable.  Overall, the level of the paper was Easy.  Most Questions were similar to NCERT level," he added.

In 2017, students said it to be a lengthy paper. 'We had to write questions worth 4-6 marks in the two mark category. I wish the correction is liberal,' said many students. In 2016, the huge outcry over 'tough' question paper found resonance in Parliament.

CBSE Class 12 Exams Ahead

On 26 March there is Economics paper followed by Biology and Philosophy on 27 March. Before that exams for few vocational courses will be held.

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