The 12th Quarter 1 Central Council for Secondary Education (CBSE) standard exams disappointed students, who claimed that the recent Class 12 English and Mathematics exams were exceptionally difficult. Many students also raised these issues on social media, raising their complaints, they asked CBSE to give grace points.
Stating that the pandemic and its subsequent effects on school closures were already stressful, students say that due to the complexity of the English and math test, they fear getting low marks.
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Claiming that the English and math article was long and time consuming, another user tweeted,
I don’t know how CBSE offers qstn papers for students. Why can’t they know what class they are preparing for and what questions are on the agenda? At least they can take the students’ frustration into account. The previous English & Maths was appalling. #cbsephysique– Sahal Thaiparambil (@ DoTweet2Sahal) December 10, 2021
Recently, the MP for Lok Sabha, MP Premchandran, also raised the same issue in the House. He said the math and English tests for the CBSE Class 12 board exams were “very difficult” because the questions were “long and out of the curriculum”. He also urged the Department of Education to consider making the assessment process for the two documents “liberal” for the benefit of students who took the exams.
Raising the issue during Zero Hour, the leader of the Revolutionary Socialist Party (RSP) of Kerala claimed that thousands of students are “depressed” after passing the math and English exams organized by the Central Council of Kerala. secondary education (CBSE) on 6 and December. 3 respectively.
Students also took the Class 12 physics exam on Friday, and many complained that, like the English and math exams, the physics test was also difficult.
Another student said,
#cbse gives us a shock with every review. English and math were bad. But physics gave me a whole new scale.
– Magnus leviosa (@ anmolti79823508) December 10, 2021
The CBSE Class 12 physics exam started at 11:30 a.m. and ended at 1:00 p.m. An answer key, a questionnaire and a detailed analysis by students and teachers will be available soon. The CBSE Board of Directors exam for the science stream will close on December 18. The next article is chemistry and is scheduled to take place on December 14th.
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