CBSE Sample Issues 2022-23 for Class 10 and 12; Here’s how to check

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Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) has released the 2023 sample papers for grade 10, 12 board exam. Students can now view the CBSE Class 10 and 12 sample papers from the board’s official website cbseacademic.nic.in and cbse.gov.in.

In addition to the questions, CBSE has also released the grade schedule for all courses.

Here’s How To Check CBSE 10th, 12th Sample Questions For 2022-23

Visit the official site of CBSE Academic at cbseacademic.nic.in

Now click on ‘Sample Question Papers for Classes X & XII for the current Academic Session 2022-23’ on the home screen.

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Click the link for sample question paper for Class 10 and Class 12 in the given notice.

The list of topics appears and students can click on a topic of their choice to view the sample paper

Download the pdf page.

According to the official statement released by the CBSE, it said: “The board issues sample question papers (SQPs) and marking schemes for classes X and XII to provide a broad template to serve as a guideline for ensuring uniformity and proper coverage of The Curricula Furthermore, SQPs provide a broad understanding of question paper design and should be used for classroom teaching and learning activities with an overall focus on promoting the application of concepts in real and holistic learning.

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Meanwhile, CBSE exams will not be held in a two-term system starting this year. The syllabus for the same was also released in April. CBSE officials had confirmed earlier this month that the board will revert to the once-a-year graduating system starting next academic year.

The CBSE had split the syllabus in half earlier during the Covid pandemic. CBSE term 1 2022 exam was held in November-December 2021 and semester 2 exams are scheduled for April-May 2022.

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This was done to ensure that at the end of the academic session, the board has at least one exam left to prepare the results. In 2021, CBSE had to follow an alternate grading schedule as exams were canceled during the second wave of Covid-19.

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