CBSE Exams 2022: Here’s All You Need To Know!

CBSE Exams 2022

Class 10 and Class 12 CBSE Exams 2022 will be held in two phases. The first phase is set to take place in November and December 2021. The first phase’s date sheet is expected to be released this month on the CBSE’s official websites, cbse.gov.in and cbse.nic.in. 

CBSE Exams 2022 for term 2 will be held in March and April 2022. The term 1 exam will be held on a flexible schedule for a period of 4-8 weeks, according to the board.

The list of candidates (LOC) for the board examination has already been submitted by CBSE schools. Multiple choice questions (MCQ) will be included in the CBSE term 1 board exam question papers. It will also include case-based MCQs and Assertion-reasoning MCQs. The examination will take 90 minutes to complete. 

Each term of CBSE exams 2022 will cover half of the rationalised curriculum.

The new curriculum is available for download on the board’s academic website. The redesigned CBSE Class 10th and 12th syllabus offers a list of chapters that students must study for board exams.

It should be mentioned that because of the Covid-19 pandemic, CBSE had to cancel the 2021 board test. To avoid a repeat of this situation, the board has decided to divide the examination into two terms, ensuring that the board conducts at least one examination at the end of the academic year, which can be used to compile the results. 

Students studying for board examinations can also acquire a feel for the new test format by downloading sample question papers from the official website. This will offer students a sense of the types of questions they’ll be asked in the next two terms.

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CBSE Exams 2022
  • Exam questions will be case-based, situation-based, and open-ended.
  • In the term 2 exam, short and long answer type questions will be asked.
  • The exam will last 2 hours. 

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After the Term 2 exams, the CBSE will release the final results for Class 10, 12, and 13 Board Exams. Also, CBSE, on the other hand, will produce separate marksheets for the Term 1 exams.

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