CBSE 12th Hindi Core Board Exam 2020: Check Answer Sheet of Previous Year's Subject Topper
Check the previous year’s Hindi Core Subject Topper’s answer sheet published by CBSE to learn the correct format and pattern of answering questions in the board exam. Score full marks in Class 12th Hindi-Core Board Exam 2020 by referring to the model answer sheet.
The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) every year publishes a model answer sheet for various subjects to help students understand the correct way of writing answers in order to score full marks. These answer sheets are usually of the previous year’s subject topper and are uploaded by the CBSE on its official website. Check here the answer sheet of 2019's Hindi Core Board Exam subject topper.
Importance of CBSE Model Answer Sheet
Apart from the content of the answers, the presentation and chronology of answering questions play a crucial role in the evaluation of the answer sheet. Students can refer to the answer sheet of previous year toppers to know the correct format and way of writing a good answer. The model answer booklet helps students to easily understand the art of delivering maximum information in minimum words.
A Snapshot of Previous Year's Subject Topper's Answer Sheet
Creative Writing is a part of language papers. Hence presentation of ideas, synchronizing and presenting your thoughts in writing answers will help students fetch better marks. Also, the students can attempt any of the sections first, however, the chronology of the question numbers should be maintained. This helps the invigilator to mark answers with convenience and also reflects the student's ability and understanding in answering the questions.
The Hindi core question paper is divided into 3 sections which contain questions carrying different weightage. Students should make sure that they answer all the questions in the mentioned word-limit. As per the latest sample paper issued by CBSE:
1 Mark Questions should be answered in 10-20 words
2 Marks Questions should be answered in 30-40 words
3 Marks Questions should be answered in 60-70 words
4 Marks Questions should be answered in 80-100 words
5 Marks Questions should be answered in 100-150 words
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