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CBSE Term 1 Exam 2021-22: Notice For OMR sheet Error and Wrong Answer Key

CBSE Term 1 Exam 2021-22

 

The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) has released a notice regarding the CBSE Class 10th and 12th Term 1 exam questions and answer keys on its official website. Through the notice, the board has directed the evaluators to evaluate the OMR sheets by answer keys provided to them. Board has also asked the schools to give feedback and discrepancies in the answers or question paper if any, after the completion of Class 10th and Class 12th Term I Examination. The board also said that, for the inadvertent errors in the answer key of Class 10th or 12th, the board will note and correct them once the result is compiled. 

Read: CBSE Full Datesheet 2021 Term 1

 

CBSE Term 1 Exam 2021-22 Important Notice for OMR Sheet Error

 

The Central Board of Secondary Board is conducting examinations for Class 10th and Class 12th. It is the first time that the board is asking questions in objective type. In the examination hall, the students will be given a question paper and an OMR sheet, the question paper consists of multiple-choice questions so each question will have four options, and students have to select the correct answer and fill the correct answer in the OMR sheet. In the OMR sheet, four circles of four options will be given in which the student has to fill correct answer circle. If students fill more than one circle his/her answer will be declared null or void, if students do not fill the circle correctly then also his/her answer will be declared null or void and the board will not give any marks for that question. Hence, Students are advised to fill circles correctly. 

Know-How to fill CBSE OMR Sheets? and avoid wrong answer key 

 

In OMR sheets, many circles will be given, the students have to fill the circles according to the questions. Firstly, students can mark the right answer in the question paper, then fill the circle, let’s say the correct answer is “C”, find the respective question in the OMR sheet, and correctly fill the circle of “C” with the pen. Do not mark anything in OMR sheets, use question paper to mark or solve the question paper. Students are advised to fill OMR sheets one by one. If you find the answer to a question then immediately fill it in the OMR sheet. This way, the mistakes in filling the correct answer in the OMR sheet can be minimized. 

 

CBSE Term 1 exam 2021-22: Feedback by students on CBSE OMR Sheet Evaluation

 

The Central Board of Secondary Education asked schools to share feedback regarding the questions they found incorrect or wrong, the feedback received by all the schools will be considered on the recommendation of subject matter experts at the time of preparation of results of Class 10th and Class 12th so no student is put to disadvantage. 

 

CBSE Term 1 Exam 2021-22 Notice on cbse.gov.in

 

Students appearing in Class 10th and Class 12th exams conducted by the Central Board of Secondary Education must follow the corona guidelines prescribed by the board. The students will not be allowed to enter the examination hall without masks, students should wear masks and carry a sanitizer bottle. The latecomers will not be allowed to enter the examination hall so students must report at the exam center before 30 min of the commencement of the examination. Candidates must carry a black or blue ball pen to fill the OMR sheet circles, the use of the pencil in the OMR sheet will be prohibited. 

 

CBSE Term 1 Exam 2022: Answer key

 

The final result of the student will be released on the official website of the Central Board of Secondary Education after completion of the second term examination. The Term 2 examination will be held in April-March 2022. Students appearing in the Term 1 examination must check their answers with the help of an answer key provided by experts faculties of many institutions. If students are getting marks close to the passing marks or more than passing marks can start their preparation for the Term 2 examination, and on the other hand if students are getting marks less than passing marks should start their preparation for the Term 1 examination. 

 

Exam Pattern of CBSE Class 10

 

The Central Board of Secondary Education has divided the Class 10th examination into two terms, each term carries equal marks and an equal syllabus. Each subject carries a total of 100 marks of which 80 marks have been allotted to theory and 20 marks have been allotted to practical. In Term 1, each paper holds 50 marks in which the theoretical exam consists of 40 marks and the practical exam consists of 10 marks. In Term 1 examination board will ask objective-type questions whereas in Term 2 examination the board will ask case-based/situation-based, open-ended- short answer/ long answer type questions. The students will be allotted 90 minutes to complete the Term 1 examination and on the other hand, the students will be allotted 120 minutes to complete the Term 2 examination. The final result of students will be based on the average of overall marks scored by students in the Term 1 and Term 2 examination. 

The Central Board of Secondary Education has divided the Class 12th examination into two terms i.e. Term 1 and Term 2. Both the term carries equal marks and equal syllabus. In Term 1, the question paper consists of multiple-choice questions and students will be allotted 90 minutes to complete the paper, although students will get extra 20 minutes to read the question paper. In the Term 2 examination, the questions will be asked from the remaining syllabus, and the question paper consists of case-based/situation-based, open-ended – short answer/long answer type questions. The students will get 120 minutes to solve the question paper of the Term 2 examination. In case, the situation becomes worse then the board will conduct an MCQ-based exam instead of a descriptive paper. 

FAQs on CBSE Term 1 Exam 2021-22: Notice For OMR sheet Error and Wrong Answer Key

 

Q. When did the CBSE Class 10 exam start?

The CBSE Class 10 exams have been started on 17th November 2021.

 

Q. When will CBSE declare the result of Class 10 Term 1?

The CBSE will declare the result of Class 10 Term 1 after completion of the examination. Students are advised to keep visiting the official website of CBSE to get updates regarding results.

 

Q. When did the CBSE Class 12th exam start?

The CBSE Class 12 exam has been started on 1st December 2021.

 

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