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CBSE Class 12 Term 1 2021 Post Paper Analysis- Maths (6th December)

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CBSE Class 12 Term 1 2021 Post Paper Analysis- Maths (6th December)

CBSE Class 12 Maths Board Paper Analysis: The paper was moderately complex and lengthy.

By Topperlearning Expert 06th Dec, 2021 06:41 pm

The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) conducted the Mathematics exam for Class 12 today, 6th December. In this blog, we will look at the analysis of the CBSE Class 12 Term 1 Math paper.

Question Paper Structure

1.   The question paper consists of 50 questions divided into sections A, B, and C.

2.   Section A consists of 20 questions of 1 mark each. Students must attempt any 16 questions

3.   Section B consists of 20 questions of 1 mark each. Students must attempt any 16 questions

4.   Section C consists of 10 questions of 1 mark each. Attempt any eight questions.

5.   There is only one correct option for the MCQs and no negative marks for wrong answers.

Now, here we decode the CBSE Class 12 Maths Term 1 Paper Series SSJ/1 – Set 4 for 2021 with the final review and analysis of the Class 12 Maths Paper.

Chapter-wise Distribution of Marks


 

Number of Questions per Chapter

The chapter 'Applications of Derivatives' had the highest marks and number of questions asked, followed by 'Matrices and 'Relations and Functions'. 'Determinants' and 'Inverse Trigonometric Functions' had the least number of questions asked. 'Applications of Derivatives has one case study question.

According to the experts, section A was easy, section B was very conceptual, and section C was relatively easy but time-consuming. They also mentioned that some questions did require innovative thinking on the students' behalf and the case study problems need good thinking ability.

We, too, agree that the Maths paper was moderately complex and lengthy, with some questions requiring more time to solve. Nevertheless, it is now time to focus on the following paper, and everyone at TopperLearning wishes students all the very best! For more paper reviews and exam updates, stay tuned.

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