CBSE Class 12 History Paper 2019 Analysis & Review & Students' Reaction

CBSE Class 12 History Paper 2019 Analysis & Review & Students' Reaction

The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) conducted Class 12 History Board Exam 2019 today (25 March) from 10:30 AM to 01:30 PM. About 1,50,000+ students appeared for CBSE Class 12 History Paper today. Check paper analysis & review of CBSE Class 12 History Paper 2019.

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Format of History Paper 2019:

The pattern of question paper was similar to the latest CBSE Class 12 History Sample Paper 2019:

There were several parts (Part A, B, C, D and E) in the question paper; more details about each part are given below

• Part A – Question number 1 to 3 (2 Marks each with a word limit of 30 words)

• Part B – Question number 4 to 9 (4 Marks each with a word limit of 100 words)

• Part C – Question number 10 to 12 (8 Marks each with a word limit of 350 words)

• Part D – Question number 13 to 15 (source-based questions)

• Part E - Question number 16 (map based)

Question number 13 and 15 were source-based questions whereas question number 16 was based on the map (with two parts - identification and location)

Internal choices are present in some questions. Students needed to attempt 80 marks paper in time duration of 3 hours (excluding 15 minutes time for reading the question paper).

Feedback of students:

"For me the History paper was easy. I found it bit lengthy though. Somehow I managed to finish it on time," said Govt Girls Senior Secondary School's student Neealm.

Another student of the same school, Khusboo said, "Only two-three questions were tricky, rest of the paper was from NCERT only. Though the paper was easy, but it was lengthy also. I could not find time to revise the paper. I wanted to highlight some of the important points in the paper but could not do so because of the time constraint."

"Most of the questions asked in the paper were straight from the NCERT books only. Question on Map was also easy. The same question was there in our pre-board examination. One question each in Part C and Part D were bit tricky, but they are also doable. I found one "Source Based Question" bit difficult," said Simran, a student of Delhi based private school.





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