CBSE Board Exam Physics Question Paper 2019 Review: Majority of questions were from NCERT textbooks
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Physics exam 2019 for 12th class is conducted by CBSE today. The timing of the exam was 10: 30 AM to 1:30 PM. According to the rules, the students received question papers at 10:15 AM, they got 15 minutes to read it.

  • What do students say about the question paper? 

Students shared their opinion about this year’s Physics exam after attending the exam. Many students said that the exam was more difficult as compared to last year’s question paper. The candidates who attended the exams said most of the questions were from their NCERT textbooks.

  • New Additions In Physics CBSC Exam 2019 of Class 12

Some new elements have been added to Physics question paper this year. There were graph questions and some really tricky numerical, this became troublesome for who students who did not practice for numerical so well. Addition of numerical also made the question paper lengthy for many students.

  • CBSE Exam Question Paper Pattern 2019

According to the education experts, this year’s question paper was more difficult in comparison of last year. Students who read their textbooks well did well in the exam while many other students waste their enough time in solving tricky numerical. However, we cannot deny the fact that some of the numerical questions were not so difficult. As compared to last year, the students got less theorem this year while the semiconductor questions were hard to solve.

  • What Students Complaint About?

There were also some not so difficult questions. Many students, who thoroughly read the NCERT textbooks, managed to complete their exam on time while many students found the exam lengthy and failed to attend the question paper entirely. Many students said that the question paper was filled with tricky questions like the 3 mark questions that puzzled many candidates. Many candidates said the question paper was very lengthy and that they left several questions due to the shortage of time.

If you are an average student, you can easily score over 45 marks out of 70 marks. Now the science stream students of class 12 are now preparing for their next exam. The next CBSE exam is Chemistry which is scheduled to conduct on 12th March 2019, Tuesday. The students have a complete week to prepare for it. Students can share their opinion regarding Physics CBSE Exam 2019.

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