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Student's & Teacher's feedback for CBSE Class 10 Science Paper: Be ready for a tough paper this year

CBSE Class 10th Science Board Exam 2017 was held on 22nd March. In this article, you will get complete analysis of the CBSE 10th board exam Science paper. Here, you will also find visual feedback of the paper from CBSE teachers and students in the form of a short video.

Mar 14, 2018 15:41 IST

CBSE Class 10 Science board exam 2017 or (CBSE Class 10 Science Summative Assessment 2 Paper) was held today (i.e. 22nd March 2017) from 10:30 AM to 1:30 PM. The duration of the paper was 3 hours and it carried a total of 90 marks. The questions papers were distributed to the students at 10:15 AM and the paper started at 10:30 AM. The majority of students emerging out of CBSE Board Examination center sported broad smiles and were satisfied with the CBSE Science question paper. A team from Jagranjosh visited a nearby CBSE examination center to collect feedback from students and teachers.

Feedback: Paper was very easy and NCERT based where students are expecting more than 75+marks.

Note: It has been seen that papers are generally more difficult as compared to  previous year. CBSE Class 10th science paper 2017 was very easy, hence it can be expected for a difficult paper this year.

Watch video to hear thoughts of CBSE school teachers and students about CBSE Class 10th SA 2 Science Paper 2017

CBSE Class 10 Science 2017 theory paper consisted of two sections namely A and B. These two sections contained 36 questions totalling to 70 marks that had to be answered within 3 hours of duration.  There were total 24 questions in section A and 12 questions in section B.

Section wise marks distribution of CBSE Class 10 Science Question Paper, 2017:

Section wise marks distribution of CBSE Class 10 Science Question Paper, 2017

General opinion of students who had appeared for CBSE Class 12 Science Board Exam 2017

According to students, the CBSE Class 10th 2017 Science paper consisted of several direct questions, easy numerical sets as well as straight forward derivations questions. Moreover, the numbers of numerical problems were less as compared to theoretical questions. The feeling among the students was reiterated by many academicians as well.

Download CBSE Class 10 Science Question Paper SA ‒ 2: 2017