CBSE 10th science paper analysis 2019: What students said after the exam
The CBSE Class 10 students in Lucknow were elated with the science question paper and satisfied with their performance.
Nandini Goel, a student of GD Goenka Public School, Lucknow said that the paper was very easy and as per her expectations. Ekansh and Sanskriti of the same school said they were easily able to attempt all the questions well within the stipulated limit.
Anushka and Aakifa said they were happy with the paper and all their hard work paid off. Aarav said, “I hope to score very well in the Science paper.”
Students at Lucknow Public School, South City expressed satisfaction with Class 10 Science paper of CBSE. Students of this school came out of the examination hall with a smile.
Abhishek Kumar, a student of LPS said that the paper was easy with no question out of the syllabus. Drishti Dubey, another candidate commented that the paper was uncomplicated and she could solve it comfortably.
The Science teacher of Lucknow Public School, South City branch, Awadhesh Kumar Srivastava, Sabita Pokhrel and Jyoti Pandey jointly said that questions were mostly NCERT based and most of the questions were direct. “Only few of them required analytical thinking. The diagram based questions were less. They were also confident that even below average students could score well,” teachers said.
CBSE Class 10 student of St Francis School in Bhopla Nazish Khan said, “It was a moderately difficult exam. Some questions were found tricky and required in-depth knowledge.”
Mother Teresa School student Shivam Gupta said, “The questions from physics were easy but I found questions of biology and chemistry a bit tricky and difficult. I am happy with the paper. The 5 marks questions were difficult.”
Bal Bharti School student Puja Sharma said, “It was a good paper for students who have studied thoroughly. Some questions, especially in section E, really tested the knowledge of students.”
Shri Sathya Sai Vidya Vihar, Indore student Mehek Nizam said, “Third set was the toughest one. All the questions were found tricky. There were only a few direct questions from NCERT. Even, in maths exam, I got the third set and it was tough too. The soft marking should be done otherwise we will not score well in the exam.”
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