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CBSE Class 12 Computer Science Board Exam 2018: Paper analysis and review

Mar 23, 2018 14:37 IST
    CBSE Class 12 Computer Science Board Exam 2018
    CBSE Class 12 Computer Science Board Exam 2018

    CBSE Class 12 Computer Science Board Exam 2018 was held today (i.e., March 23, 2018) from 10.30 A.M. to 1.30 PM. More than 1 lakh candidates appeared for this paper today. Students were very happy with the way question paper was set. Most of the students (opted C++) are expecting 100% marks.

    Like other CBSE Board Exams, question papers of Computer Science were distributed at 10:15 AM (students get 15 minutes time for reading the question paper) and the exam started at 10:30 AM. Here, we have provided the complete analysis and review of CBSE Class 12 Computer Science question paper 2018.

    Format of CBSE Class 12 Computer Science Question Paper 2018 (Subject Code: 083)

    The format of the question paper was similar to the Class 12 Computer Science Sample Paper 2018 (issued by CBSE). In Computer Science paper, there were 3 sections:

    • Section A – (Programming Language with C++)

    • Section B – (Programming Language with Python)

    • Section C

    Students needed to answer either Section A or Section B.

    Section C was compulsory for all the students.

    More details about questions in each section:

    Section A – 4 Questions (44 Marks)

    Details about marks of question in section A

    Question 1 - 12 Marks

    Question 2 - 12 Marks

    Question 3 - 14 Marks

    Question 4 - 6 Marks

    Section B – 4 questions (44 Marks)

    Question 1 - 12 Marks

    Question 2 - 12 Marks

    Question 3 - 14 Marks

    Question 4 - 6 Marks

    Section C – 3 Questions (26 Marks)

    Question 5 – 8 Marks

    Question 6 – 8 Marks

    Question 7 – 10 Marks

    We will soon provide a link to download complete questions paper of CBSE Class 12 Computer Science board exam 2018.

    Feedback from students:

    Difficulty level of the question paper: Easy

    Paper was easier than last year’s paper

    All the questions in the paper were from the syllabus

    Questions repeated from previous years’ papers: No

    The average range of expected marks: 65 Marks to 70 Marks (out of 70)

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