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CBSE Class 12 Business Studies Term-1 Exam Analysis: Marketing questions rated ‘tricky’, overall paper was moderately difficult

CBSE Class 12 Term 1 Business Studies Paper Analysis: The questions were based only on the topics mentioned in the Term 1 CBSE syllabus. It was more about case-based MCQs, which were conceptual.

By: Education Desk | New Delhi I |
Updated: December 9, 2021 9:42:22 am
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The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) successfully conducted CBSE Term 1 Class 12 Board Exam 2021-22 of Business Studies on Wednesday, December 8, 2021, from 11:30 am to 1:00 pm at various exam centres located across the country and abroad.

The question paper carried 40 marks and needed to be attempted in 90 minutes. The question paper had three sections (Section A, B and C). There was no negative marking, each question contained 0.8 marks and more details about these sections are given below.

Section-A  24 questions of 0.8 mark each (only 20 questions to be answered)
Section-B 24 questions of 0.8 mark each (only 20 questions to be answered)
Section-C  12 questions of 0.8 mark each (only 10 questions to be answered) 

The paper had a variety of questions like subjective MCQ, application-based MCQ, fill in the blank, case-based and questions based on assertion/reason. 

“Some questions on marketing were tricky. This year there were some direct MCQ’s also. Case study questions in Section C were also easy this year as compared to previous years. Most of the students were found happy after the examination. I can say this paper was scoring, and an average student can score 75-80 per cent easily,” Yogesh Chandra Pandey, Senior Teacher Business Studies, Unison World School, Dehradun said

The overall difficulty level of the questions was average. The questions were based only on the topics mentioned in the Term 1 CBSE syllabus. It was more about case-based MCQs, which were conceptual. Most of the students were able to finish it in time. All the questions were framed from the NCERT textbook. This paper was more conceptual as expected. The answers are all there in NCERT, but students should have practised application-based MCQs more to score well.

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