The Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) on Monday conducted the matriculation examination in all the examination centers across the country.
The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) on Monday conducted the mathematics examination in all the examination centers across the country. In the examination of total 40 marks, the students had to answer the questions on the basis of 40 choices. The exam was divided into three sections. However, after the examination, the students who came out of the center started sweating profusely. Because the students said the paper was too long. It took more time than the allotted time to solve the questions asked in the exam. The students who sat for the exam have now given their opinion on this. The students say that the question paper of mathematics examination was long and difficult.
The students said that they should have taken two and a half hours instead of one and a half hours for the exam. According to the students, the question paper was a bit difficult. Anyone who had practiced maths every day was solving the paper. “About 50 per cent of the questions were very simple but the rest were difficult. The choices didn’t help much either, ”said Sia Hee, a 12th grader. “The paper was too long for me. Matrix questions took a long time to complete and then there were a lot of them. If you choose simple questions, it takes a long time, difficult questions become more difficult. ” That is what Anirdh, a 12th standard student said.
The teacher, on the other hand, was happy with the paper. “It was a balanced paper and students are expected to have difficulty solving the paper. It is easy enough for students to pass, but difficult to get full marks. The average student can easily get marks anywhere between 25 to 32. You need to have good intelligence to get more than 32 marks, ”said Shri O.P. Gupta, a math teacher, told Times Now.