CBSE 12th maths paper analysis: Most students find exam of moderate difficulty level
CBSE 2019 Question paper Exam Analysis: A number of CBSE Class 12 maths students, who appeared in the examination on Monday, said that the paper was of average difficulty level and a bit lengthy.Updated: Mar 18, 2019 16:11 IST
A number of CBSE Class 12 maths students, who appeared in the examination on Monday, said that the paper was of average difficulty level and a bit lengthy. However, many other students, especially those preparing for JEE advanced, found the paper easy.
The CBSE class 12 students in Lucknow said that mathematics paper was not complicated, but of average in difficulty level and a bit lengthy too, especially set-1.
Avinash Nair, a student of science stream at GD Goenka Public School, Lucknow, said “Mathematics paper was average in difficulty level and a bit lengthy too, especially set-1.”
Umang Sharma, another student of GD Goenka Public School, Lucknow was happy with his attempt as he could finish in time due to rigorous practice which he did prior to the exams.
Gaurav Vishnani, Sutikshan and Tushar all from the Commerce stream came out of the examination hall with smiles. Tushar said, “Some long questions were the same which we solved in our pre-board exam.”
A humanities student, Swaraj Tiwari, found that some questions were tricky as they involved the application of concepts.
Mathematics faculty of GD Goenka Public School, Lucknow Daud said, “Over all question paper was average but in every set one odd question was tricky. Length of the paper was good as it required time management skills to finish on time.”
Suhas Paul from Lucknow Public School, South City branch said, “Medium difficulty level and moderately lengthy.”
Another student of same school, Ashish Kumar said, “Very easy paper and all questions were from previous years’ paper.”
Senior teacher Santosh Kumar Singh of Lucknow Public School, South City said, “Due weightage is given to NCERT questions.”
One more senior teacher of Lucknow Public School, South City, Salamatullah, said, “The question paper was simple and easy. Overall I think it’s a scoring paper for average examinee.” He said, “The paper is like the last two years paper.”
A student of Sagar Public School in Bhopal Prachi Billore said, “I found a question from Maximum and Minimum a bit tricky but overall paper was so easy.”
Another student of the school, Yash Agnihotri said, “I have completed my paper before designated time. It was a very easy paper for the students who are preparing for ITT JEE Advanced.”
Campion School student Akshat Saxena said, “Being a commerce student, I found the paper a bit lengthy and questions number 1 and 2 a bit tricky. However, maximum questions were asked directly from NCERT”
Another student of the school Saiyyam Dhori said, “The overall paper was easy but one of the questions of 6 marks was not asked from the allotted chapters so it was a bit out of syllabus for me.”
A Kendriya Vidyalaya teacher Arun Singh said, “The paper was a scoring and easy one. There is not much change in the pattern. Even a below average students can expect good marks.”