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CBSE 10th 12th Term 1 Board Exam 2022: From date sheet date to exam pattern, know every information about the exam

The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) will conduct the CBSE Class 10 and CBSE Class 12 first term examinations in November 2021. As a measure to minimize the impact of the corona pandemic on board examinations, CBSE has decided to conduct the board examinations in two terms this year. The academic session of the students is divided into two sessions. The first term exam will be held in November-December 2021. Whereas the second term exam will be held in March-April 2022. Students of CBSE class 10th and class 12th can know all the information related to the first and second term here-

When will the CBSE Term 1 Board Exam 2021 date sheet come?
Now less than a month is left for the Term 1 exam to be held in November. In such a situation, the biggest question in the mind of the students right now is that when will the date sheet of CBSE 10th and CBSE 12th Term 1 Board Exam to be held in November 2021?

Let us inform that CBSE has not yet released the date sheet for class 10th and 12th term 1 board exams. However, in some media reports, CBSE officials have indicated that the date sheet for CBSE 10th and CBSE 12th Term 1 board exams may be released by 10 October 2021. In such a situation, students are advised to keep an eye on the official website of CBSE Board i.e. cbse.gov.in till then.

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Term 1 Board Exam will be online or offline?
When CBSE had first informed about the division of the board examination into term 1 and term 2, at that time it had said that the term 1 examination would be conducted at the school level in the month of November-December. However, it was not told whether this exam would be offline or online.

This is because the board wanted it to be decided later in view of the situation of Corona epidemic. In such a situation, due to the current situation of Corona epidemic and the reopening of schools in many states, there is a possibility that CBSE will conduct the Term 1 Board Exam offline at the school level. However, the final decision in this regard will be announced by the board soon.

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Who will prepare the paper for CBSE Term 1 Board Exam?
The paper for the term 1 board exam of CBSE will also be prepared by the CBSE board. These papers will be sent to the respective school of the students, where they will take the Term 1 board exam.

What will be the CBSE Term 1 Board Exam Pattern?
Objective questions will be asked in Term 1 board exam. That is, students will be asked multiple choice questions in the exam, out of which they will have to tick all the answers. The exam for each subject will be of two hours. Students have to fill the answers of all the questions on the OMR sheet.

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How will the number be divided between term 1 and term 2 board exams?
According to the notification issued by the CBSE board, the total marks prescribed for the theory paper of a subject will be divided into two equal parts. This means that if the total marks for a theory paper of a subject is 70, then Term 1 board exam will be of 35 marks and Term 2 board exam will also be of 35 marks. The result of the students will be prepared by combining the numbers of both the term.

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