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Question Paper Analysis for Physics Exam Class 12 CBSE 2024

Update on: 04 Mar 2024, 02:00 PM

Question Paper Analysis for Physics Exam Class 12 CBSE 2024

The CBSE concluded the Physics exam today, 4th March 2024. The exam was held at 7240 exam centres across the country and 26 countries abroad for three hours (10.30 AM to 1.30 PM). The students were advised to reach the exam centres half an hour before the commencement of the exam.

The Physics paper was divided into 5 sections – Section A, B, C, D and E with a total of 35 questions and conducted for a maximum of 70 marks.

CBSE Class 12th Physics Board Exam Detailed Analysis From MTG

Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) conducted the Physics exam for class 12th today on 4th March 2024. The exam commenced at 10:30 A.M. and concluded at 1:30 P.M.

As per our discernment after meticulous observation of the question paper the level of exam was moderate to higher level. The paper was well balanced and adhered to the prescribed curriculum, providing a fair assessment of the students’ preparedness. Standard qualities of numerical problems were asked to test the analytical ability of students.

Majority of questions were moderate and required critical and logical thinking.  Most of the questions could be solved by any student having in-depth knowledge of the NCERT textbook.

The Multiple-Choice Questions were formula based and required conceptual knowledge. The questions were of moderate level. The Assertion and Reason type questions were mostly based on the conceptual understanding. An in-depth knowledge of the concept was required to answer these questions.

The most time-consuming section was Section C as it contained questions based more on calculations. The numerical solver would find the exam quite fascinating as the paper gave them a chance to show their calculating skills in almost every section. Difficulty level of numerical problems was medium. All the questions in the paper were from the latest CBSE 12th Physics syllabus. The theory questions were framed in a manner to test the various competency levels of student.

The CBSE Class 12 Physics question paper was of slightly higher level as compared to the CBSE Class 12 official sample question paper. Questions based on case studies required students to have good conceptual knowledge.

If we talk about all the sets, many of the questions were slightly higher than the average level and also these questions contained graphs as well as diagrams. The CBSE board has tried to incline the whole paper more towards the competitive exams.

The High weightage units in CBSE class 12 Physics were Electrostatics and Current Electricity. Magnetic effect of current and Magnetism, EMI and Optics and Atoms and Nuclei. More than 75 percentage of questions were asked from these units.

Over all the paper was moderate to higher level with a balanced approach for all kinds of students.

More than 80% of questions were from MTG CBSE 10 Years Solved Papers Chapterwise-Topicwise Physics” which are tabulated as :

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To know the views of teachers and exam-takers about the Physics exam, keep reading further…

The Class 12 Physics Exam Paper Was “Tough”

The consensus of class 12 students, who were seen emerging out of the exam centres at 1:30 pm was that the exam was difficult and lengthy. According to students, Section A and B were relatively easier than section C and E which most students found difficult.

Most of the students said that the Physics paper was moderate to tough but was based on the CBSE syllabi, and NCERT pattern. The quantity of application-based questions was higher.

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Overall, The Physics Paper Was Weighted As “Moderate to Difficult”

According to the teachers, “the Physics paper was moderately difficult but students who studied NCERT thoroughly will be able score good marks as exams was according to the CBSE syllabus.

Another PGT teacher said that the exam was moderate to difficult and in line with the CBSE. Most questions were application-based which required critical thinking. Overall, the exam was balanced and students with strong conceptual understanding will do well in the exam.

According to the poll conducted on the official Twitter page of MTG, 30% of students agreed that the exam was moderate, 21 % of students voted the exam paper seemed tough whereas 48 % of students even voted that the paper was easy.

*numbers may vary*

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Summing UP

The next exam after Physics subject is Maths which is scheduled to be held on 9th March 2024 which is the last important exam for non-medical students, so, they need to work hard as it is a very crucial exam for JEE aspirants. Students are advised to practice through ScoreMore 15 Sample Papers to prepare for the exam efficiently and practice maximum sample papers.

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