CBSE Class 12 Political Science Board Exam Analysis 2023: Check paper review, other details here

CBSE Class 12 Political Science Board Exam Analysis 2023: The class 12 Political Science exam was finished by the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) today, March 20, 2023. The board gave the CBSE class 12 Political Science exam from 10:30 am to 1:30 pm. Early responses from the students indicated a modest level of exam difficulty. The board exams for the CBSE Class 12 will be continued till April 5. 

CBSE Class 12 Political Science Board Exam Analysis 2023: Key Points

Board
CBSE

Website
cbse.gov.in

Class
12

Time
10:30 am- 1:30 pm

Subject
Political Science

Date
March 20

Difficult Level
Moderate

Class 12 Political Science 2023: Paper Review

As per the students, the difficulty level of the exam was moderate.

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Questions Asked in Political Science Exam

The exam is divided into two sections: Sections A to E, each of which has questions that call for candidates to submit brief responses, essays, and case study analyses. There were no optional questions in the exam.

Section A: There were 12 multiple-choice questions in this section, each worth one mark.

Part B: Questions 13 through 18 carried a two-mark maximum. These questions required written responses of no more than 50 words each.

Section C: Questions 19 through 23 had a score of four apiece. Each of the answers to these questions could only be 100 words long.

Questions 24-26 in Part D are drawn from passages, cartoons, and maps.

Part E: Questions 27 through 30 had a maximum of six points. These questions should not be answered in more than 170 words. On questions worth 6 marks, an internal choice was available.

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