Central Board for Secondary Education (CBSE) is in to change the exam paper format from Objective to Application Type Questions. CBSE Board exams are commencing from 02 March 2015 onwards wherein, the students can see the change in pattern of exam.
The changes can be observed in the sample test papers of various subjects where, the political science mock paper doing the rounds has just 27 questions as opposed to 31 earlier, in addition to analytical questions. Besides, there are five one-mark questions and five two-mark questions now, instead of a single question of 10 marks. The Mathematics paper expected to have 26 questions instead of 29. Business studies will also have 25 questions instead of 30.
The paper also does not allow students to choose among the six-mark questions as earlier, which required them to give elaborate answers. This is clearly a shift from the pattern that has been followed since the previous years.
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