CBSE Class 12 history paper 2019 full analysis: What students said after the exam

CBSE 2019 question paper exam analysis : Students of CBSE Class 12 were in a cheerful mood after writing their history paper examination in Lucknow on Monday. Most of them said that the the paper was easy.
CBSE 2019 question paper analysis: Student of GD Goenka Public School discussing CBSE Class 12 history paper on Monday.(Rajeev Mullick/HT photo)
CBSE 2019 question paper analysis: Student of GD Goenka Public School discussing CBSE Class 12 history paper on Monday.(Rajeev Mullick/HT photo)
Updated on Mar 25, 2019 03:32 PM IST
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Hindustan Times, Lucknow | By

Students of CBSE Class 12 were in a cheerful mood after writing their history paper examination in Lucknow on Monday. Most of them said that the the paper was easy.

Richa Singh of Lucknow Public School, South City said, “The paper was easy and not a lengthy one.” Another student Harshita Pathak from same school said, “I was able to attempt all the questions comfortably. Everything is from the syllabus.”

A senior teacher of Lucknow Public School, South City, Ashok Kumar Singh said, “The paper was well balanced; all the three sets of question papers were of parallel difficulty level. Though, there were few tricky questions but I am hopeful that the students would score well.”

Students of Delhi Public School, Saheed Path branch also felt that the paper was pretty easy. Kriti Mishra, a student said, “There were some questions which were a bit tricky. All the questions were from NCERT only. I’m hoping to get above 90,” Mishra said. Mansi Shakya of the same school said the paper was quite easy. “Paper was from within NCERT only and all the questions were direct. Looking forward to score well,” said Mansi. Aanchal pandey of DPS said the paper was easy but with some tricky questions. Prafullika Shukla of the same school said the paper was very easy. It was wholly NCERT based.

Student of GD Goenka Public School, Arijit said he was confident with his preparation and has performed well to score great marks. Suyash said, “Questions were easy but source questions were difficult.” Apra found most of the questions were those which she practiced in class or the ones she got in the pre board exams. “I had practiced all questions from NCERT and they were asked in the paper.” said Mehak.

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