Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) is all set to conduct the Web Application (Old) Code 796, and Web Application (New) Code 803 papers on February 26, 2020. The former is from 10.30 am to 1 pm, and the latter is from 10.30 am to 1.30 pm. If you are one of the thousands of students who are going to appear in either of these papers, then best of luck! Go through the officially released sample papers, with solutions, to amp up your preparation. Also check out these last minute revision tips, and exam pattern.
CBSE 12th Web Application Sample Papers with Solutions
Candidates can check the sample paper with solution for Class 12th subject code from here:
Also, you can download PDF of all sample papers for CBSE class 12 board exams 2020 here.
CBSE 12th Web Application Exam Pattern
A web application is a computer programme which allows you to submit and retrieve data to/from a database over the internet, using web technologies such as HTML, CSS, JS etc. Check the exam pattern for CBSE Class 12th web application (Code 796, 803) from below.
CBSE 12th Web Application Exam Pattern (Code 796)
- The question paper consists of 31 questions of which candidates need to attempt to solve 23 questions.
- The exam is of duration of 2 hours and 30 minutes.
- The exam is of total 50 marks.
- The question paper is divided into 02 sections – Section A and Section B.
- Section A consist of questions from MCQs, fill in the blanks, direct questions, etc. There are 12 such questions from 01 marks each. There are a total of 7 very short answer type questions, and 7 short answer type questions.
- Section B consist of long answer / essay type questions.
CBSE 12th Web Application Exam Pattern (Code 803)
The paper is of total 100 marks which is divided into parts:
- Theory – 60
- Practical – 40
Last Minute Revision Tips for CBSE 12th Web Application (Code 796, 803)
Let us have a glimpse into CBSE 12th board exam preparation tips that every student can follow to get good marks.
Preparation Tip 1. Be familiar with the exam pattern and syllabus
- A student must be well aware of the exam pattern and the syllabus.
- Make a goal to complete the syllabus at least 2-3 months before the exam date. This will give ample amount of time to solve previous year papers, take a mock test, etc.
Preparation Tip 2. Clarity of conceptual is must
- Do not cram, never do that, it won’t go in the long run.
- Understand the concept, and if you are unable to udnerstand the concept, take help from your teachers, guardian, friends, etc
- Learn by understanding the depth of the topic and not by memorizing each and everything.
Preparation Tip 3. Solve previous year papers and sample paper
- It is important that during the last few months before the exam date, you must solve previous year question papers.
- This will help you to understand the type of questions which are asked for the topic.
- In the CBSE Board exam, questions are sometimes repeated from sample papers and previous year papers. Hence, you can practice it to increase your score.
You may also like to read: CBSE class 12 result 2020.
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