CBSE Board Exam 2020: Effective Way to Use CBSE Sample Papers & Marking Schemes

CBSE Board Exams 2020 for 10th and 12th will begin next month. Many students preparing for CBSE 10th and 12th Board Exams often ask a number of questions such as, “How to write answers in CBSE board exams?” or “How to write in board exam to get good marks?” Many CBSE Toppers scored 100% marks in subjects like English and this is also one of the frequently asked queries that how one can score 100% marks in subjects can like English & Social Science. In this article, you will learn the effective way to write answers in CBSE Board Exam 2020 with the help of CBSE Sample Papers and Marking Schemes.

Every year, CBSE releases Sample Papers and Marking Schemes for Class 10th and Class 12th, a few months before the beginning of CBSE Board Exams. First we will learn what’s so special about Sample Papers issued by CBSE and how one can use it to learn the art of writing perfect answers in CBSE Board Exams 2020.

What makes CBSE Sample Papers & Marking Schemes so special?

Sample Papers are issued by CBSE are based on latest syllabus and exam pattern. Latest Blueprint is strictly followed in these Sample Papers and students learn some important things with these Sample Papers like

• Exam Pattern

• Blueprint

• Scheme of Choices in the paper

• Difficulty Level of Questions

After going through these CBSE Sample Papers, students preparing for CBSE board exams get a fair idea about the question paper.

How CBSE Sample Papers and Marking Schemes can help you?

After going through CBSE Sample Papers and their Marking Schemes, students can easily learn the art of writing perfect answer. We learn it with the help of an example:

Given below is a snapshot from latest CBSE Sample Paper of Class 12 English

In the question number 3, students are asked to prepare and a poster on a topics. Now given below is a snapshot from latest CBSE Marking Scheme of this English Paper

Clearly, we can see that marks of each and every step is clearly defined in the Marking Scheme, also if we talk about content then important Value Points are also mentioned (highlighted with colours).

In order to get full marks, this is the way one should write the answers in answer booklets. This is just an example. You will learn all the important details when you will go through the complete CBSE Sample Paper and its Marking Scheme.