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ICSE Class 10 Geography Post-Paper Analysis

A detailed analysis of the ICSE Class 10 Geography 2018 paper

By Admin 12th Mar, 2018 04:13 pm

The Council of Indian Certificate of Secondary Education conducted the Geography examination today. The paper was very easy, and students can expect to score 90+ marks in their Geography examination, if they also perform well in their internal assessment. The question paper was of 80 marks and was divided into two parts and sub-sections.

Category

Sections

Topic

Marks Distribution

Attempt

Part I

Question 1 (with sub-parts)

Topographic Maps

20

Compulsory

Question 2 (with sub-parts)

Map Marking (India - Physical Features)

10

Part II

Questions and Answers

 

50

Any five with all sub-parts

 

In Part I, Question 1, questions were based on topographic maps. This year, students were asked questions on the Survey of India Map Sheet No. 45D/7. Some of these questions were difficult. However, students who had thoroughly practised these maps throughout the year will score well in this section.

Part I, Question 2 also dealt with map marking. Students had to mark the physical features of the country on an outline map of India. Many of these questions were asked in previous year papers. So, students who had solved previous year Board Papers and had practised map marking would score 100% in this section.

In Part II, as expected, questions were asked from the chapters Climate, Soil Resources, Natural Vegetation, Water Resources, Mineral Resources, Agriculture, Mineral-Based Industries, Transport and Waste Management. This part had no complicated questions which would confuse students.

 

Like the History/Civics paper, most of the questions in this paper too were direct, and students would have been able to attempt them with ease. Many questions had been asked in past year Board Papers. So, students who had solved past year papers during their study sessions would easily score 90+ in this paper.

We wish you all the best for the rest of your exams!

 

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