ICSE geography paper analysis 2019 : Here is what students in Lucknow said after the exam
Students in Lucknow seemed very happy while coming out after writing the ICSE geography examination of Council for the Indian School Certificate Examination (CISCE). The paper was easy and scoring, most of the students said on Monday.
Shipra Mishra, a student of St Teresa’s College, Aashiana said that question paper was according to the syllabus. The paper had direct questions with no twist and confusion. “I am expecting good marks, said Shipra.
Ayushi Jaiswal, another student said the paper was easy but lengthy. “I was able to complete the paper on time. But there was no time left for revision,” said Ayushi Jaiswal. Namit Singh Varun, another student of St Teresa’s College said the map was easy but the toposheet was tricky.
Kritika Yadav said that Section A was very easy. It was the best paper till now. Two more students, Ekta Singh and Shabnam Khan said before the exam they were apprehensive but as soon as they saw the paper, their fear disappeared.
Their geography teacher at St Teresa’s College, Aashiana, Kumkum Sharma said ICSE Examination 2019, geography paper was easy and scoring and students were satisfied and confident after the examination.
“When I saw the paper I was sure students will be able to solve the question paper easily. It covered the whole syllabus and if the students had studied thoroughly the questions were easy,” she said.
It did require some thorough knowledge for scoring full marks. The paper was more or less what the students had expected. Most of the questions were similar to what we had practice during revision, the teacher said.
Students at Hoerner College said that paper was easy and there was no ambiguity. The toposheet was based on basic concept and the map of India was easier too.
Mohd Nawaz and Apoorva Gupta, both Class 10 student of the school said that question paper was on expected lines and there was nothing out of syllabus.
The students of City Montessori Inter College, Aliganj, Lucknow, were very happy and content after taking their ICSE geography examination. According to Anoushka Gupta, Vaibhav Awasthi and Nipun Sharma the paper was very easy. Toposheet and map proved to be a major percentage booster in the question paper since it covered almost all the topics the children had studied.
Akshat Bajpai, Mallik Hammad and Divyansh Verma, said although the paper was easy to comprehend but the reasoning part was very tricky. “Every question had sub-parts which made the paper very lengthy,” they said.
The teachers, Seema Hitkari, Poonam Saxena and Suchitra Mishra, were also satisfied with the performance of their students after reviewing the question paper. They said that the map and toposheet was 100% scoring.
The questions were based on the same structural pattern as their internal examinations and were set with in the scope of the syllabus prescribed. The teachers are confident that all the students will pass with flying colors.
Principal, Jyoti Kashyap was also very pleased to see the cheerful faces of the children and was overjoyed at the well accomplished task of the children and the teachers.”
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