Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) conducted Class 12th Chemistry exam on March 07, 2020. The exam started at 10:30 AM and ended on 01:30 PM. The questions in the exam were within the syllabus and the overall level of difficulty in the exam was easy to moderate. Students said that the paper was attemptable, MCQs were easy whereas many students stucked upon assertion and reasoning type questions. Here, you can check the live feedback of the students who are coming out of the test centre. You can read the entire analysis and student reaction for CBSE Class 12th chemistry board exam 2020 below.
CBSE Class 12 Chemistry Board Exam 2020 Analysis and Student Reactions
CBSE Class 12 Chemistry Students Review – Live!
You can check the feedback of the studnets and what they have to say about today’s chemistry paper below –
- The students are saying that the paper was easy. MCQs were easy for the students, however, they felt that assertion-reasoning questions were a bit difficult.
- Organic chemistry had the maximum weightage in the question paper.
- The question paper was exactly same as the pattern available in the CBSE sample paper.
- The paper was not at all lengthy and was easy to solve.
- Direct question were asked in the paper.
- 5 marker questions were average to solve.
- The question paper was made such that one’s knowledge and applicability of the subject in day to day life could be analysed.
Expected marks – Students are expecting to get 65+ marks in Chemistry Paper.
The paper was easy as per me. The MCQs in the question paper was easy in comparison to the CBSE sample papers. I felt that inorganic was more in the paper. It was of 28 marks.Vanshika
CBSE Class 12 Chemistry Board Exam Analysis Overview
Based on the feedback of the students, the following overview has been prepared for CBSE Class 12th Chemistry exam –
Most difficult section – Section C.
Overall Difficulty level of the paper – Easy to Moderate.
Number of students in today’s exam – Around 3.65 lakh students have appeared for Class 12th chemistry paper CBSE.
Numericals – Only one numerical question was tricky, otherwise, the rest was easy.
Students can check the weightage to content/subject units from the table below:
|Solid state||4 marks|
|Electrochemistry –||5 marks|
|Chemical Kinetics||5 marks|
|Surface Chemistry –||4 marks|
|General principles and process of Isolation of elements||3 marks|
|p-Block Elements||8 marks|
|d-and f-Block Elements||5 marks|
|Coordination Compounds||3 marks|
|Haloalkanes and Haloarenes||4 marks|
|Alcohols, Phenols and Ethers||4 marks|
|Aldehydes, Ketones and Carboxylic acids||6 marks|
|Organic Compounds containing Nitrogen||4 marks|
|Chemistry in Everyday life||3 marks|
Previous Year Analysis of CBSE Class 12th Chemistry Paper
Students can check the overview of CBSE Class 12th chemistry paper analysis of previous year below –
- The overall paper was: Easy to Medium
- Section A was easy
- Section B was easy
- Section C was easy
- Section D was Lengthy
- Section E was moderate
The weightage of the topics last year were as follows:
|Chapter||No. of questions|
|General isolation of elements||3|
|D-Block and F-Block||3|
|Chemistry in everyday life||3|
CBSE Class 12th Chemistry Question Paper Pattern
Chemistry is one of the most important subject in the science stream. Students can check the question wise distribution of marks in CBSE Class 12th chemistry paper below.
|Ques No.||Question type||Marks|
|1 to 5||Very short answer type||01 mark each|
|6 to 10||Short answer type||02 mark each|
|11 to 22||Short answer type||03 mark each|
|23||Value based||04 marks|
|24 to 26||Long answer type||05 mark each|
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