CBSE 2021 Board Exam : Important Writing Formats For Scoring Full Marks

Many students writing CBSE Board Exams 2021 are coming up with questions related to tips for writing answers in the board exam. Check 3 important formats for writing answers.

In this article, we have provided some important tips for paper presentation & writing good answers in CBSE Board Exams 2021. Check complete articles to learn the art of writing perfect answers in CBSE Board Exams 2021.

Tips for writing good answers in CBSE Board Exams 2021:

1. Three Important Formats for Writing Answers in CBSE Board Exam (From CBSE Toppers’ Answer Sheets)

Format 1: For subjects like Science

Heading → Subheadings → Mains Points

This format was used by the student who scored maximum marks in Science subject. This format is suitable for answering theoretical questions in CBSE 10th Science Board Exam 2021 (except 1 mark and 2 marks questions where only one word or one line is required). Students of Class 12th Science (having Physics, Chemistry, and Biology as one of their subjects) can also use this format.

Format 2: For subjects like Social Science

Introduction → Main Content (Important Terms & Dates are Underlined) → Conclusion

This format is suitable for answering theoretical questions of subjects like Social Science (i.e. History, Civics, Geography, etc). Besides format 1, this is another important format for writing answers to long answer type questions in CBSE Board Exam 2021. In this format, you can begin your answer with an introduction, followed by the main content and then a final conclusion. In the main content, you can underline important keywords as shown in the image given above. 

Format 3: For subject like Mathematics

Given → To Prove or To Find → Formula & Main Steps → Final Answer

This format is best suited to answer questions of Mathematics subject. This format is also suitable for answering numerical problems of other subjects (like Physics, Chemistry, etc).

These are three important formats from CBSE Toppers’ Answer sheets. You can opt for any one of the above formats for writing good answers in CBSE Board Exams 2021.

2. Don’t Try to Solve Questions Sequentially

While analyzing answers sheets of CBSE Subject Toppers, we learned that some candidates sequentially attempted questions in the subject like Mathematics, whereas many candidates attempted questions sequentially in subjects like Hindi. No specific trends are observed when it comes to the order of attempts. 

3. Write relevant and to the point answers

Analysis of answer sheets of high scoring students also shows that they answered to the point. Let's learn the meaning of "to the point answer" with the help of an example. Suppose you are asked the write the advantages of nuclear energy but you are also explaining what is nuclear energy besides writing advantages then you are wasting your time. You only need to answer whatever is asked in the question.

These are tips for writing good answers in the CBSE Board Exam 2021.

 

16 January, 2021, 12:06 pm

CBSE 12th 2021 : Sample Paper Designed on Reduced Syllabus

Section 1 : English Core

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Section 2 : Physics

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Section 3 : Chemistry

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Section 4 : Mathematics

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Section 5 : Biology

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6 January, 2021, 12:41 pm

CBSE 10th & 12th Board Exams 2021 : 10 Important Points from Live Webinar of Officials

Dr Sanyam Bharadwaj (Controller of Exams, CBSE) & Ramesh Pokhriyal (Education Minister of India) have answered queries regarding CBSE 10th & 12th Date Sheet 2021, CBSE Syllabus, NEET 2021 & JEE Main 2021, reduction in syllabus etc., through live sessions. Here, we have interpreted their answers and compiled important points from their latest webinars or live online session. It will help students to get better clarity about the latest development and updates regarding exams and other arrangements.

⇒ No plans to further reduce CBSE Syllabus 2021 (Theory & Practical)

⇒ Practical examinations will be conducted after the school will reopen

⇒ Practical examination will be conducted in School labs as usual. No notification to conduct practical exams online via O Labs (Online Labs for schools) has been issued. 

⇒ External examiner will be available for practical examinations. 

⇒ Examination pattern or the typology of question paper will be the same as followed in the CBSE Sample Papers 2021 (issued by CBSE)

⇒ CBSE Date Sheet 2021 will be published shortly.

⇒ CBSE will increase the number of examination centers but there will be no home center. 

⇒ CBSE board exam 2021 exam dates will be declared only after the consultation with the stakeholders.

⇒ CBSE 2021 board exam dates will be set in such a way so that students will get sufficient time to study. 

⇒ Only 12 students will be seated in an examination room, ensuring all the COVID-19 safety protocols.

 

14 December, 2020, 12:03 pm

CBSE Class 12th Exam 2021 : Board Raises Weightage for MCQs in Class XII Question Papers

After reducing 30% of the syllabus for Class XII, the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) has now changed the class 12 board exam question paper pattern, giving more weightage to multiple-choice based questions and those based on case studies.

After sample question papers for Classes X and XII were released, schools said the weightage for MCQs had increased by nearly 10%. For subjects like physics, questions based on thinking skills such as ascertaining and reasoning have been introduced. In biology, MCQs have been replaced with short-answer type questions.

 

Geetha Govindarajan, principal of Padma Seshadri Bala Bhavan Senior Secondary School, K K Nagar said the new pattern was aimed at testing children’s comprehension. “Earlier, the question paper would focus on knowledge based questions. Now, they are shifting to understanding and application oriented questions. But, the paper appears to be lengthy and we are providing practices to students,” she said.

N Vijayan, chairman of Zion and Alwin group of schools, said the quality of questions had improved and a paradigm shift in teaching and learning process was required. “Now, teachers and students have to focus more,” he said, pointing out that the number of questions in mathematics had gone up from 36 to 38.

Welcoming the reduction of syllabus, Bhavan’s Rajaji Vidhyashram principal P G Subramanian said the question papers had been made simpler without compromising on the standard.

Many city schools expect to complete the portions by the first week of December after beginning online classes in April, but, principals feel it may not be enough. “We need to give them revision and orientation before the exams,” Subramanian added.

Students have not been writing full three-hour tests. “Writing practice is limited as the tests are only for 90 minutes. We are worried about it,” said Sunitha Vipinchandran, principal of Asan Memorial Senior Secondary School.

Vijayan said the productivity of online classes was only 50% compared to onschool classes and wanted CBSE to consider postponing board exams to July to give more time for students to prepare.

Another principal said students needed to be given more training in the new question paper pattern.

 

24 November, 2020, 10:08 am

CBSE Class 12th 2021 : New CBSE Sample Papers with Answers & New CBSE Marking Scheme

CBSE has released new CBSE Sample Papers 2020-21 on 9th October and also issued a notification on its official website. Right now new CBSE Sample Papers of a few subjects are unavailable and as per the details, these sample papers will be available here shortly after some time. Besides CBSE Syllabus 2020-21, CBSE Sample Papers 2020-21 for 10th & 12th are now the most important resources for the upcoming CBSE Board Exams 2021 preparation. With the new CBSE Making Scheme 2020-21, students will get a complete idea about the way of writing good answers in the answer booklet, and also with the help of the marking scheme students can easily understand the important points that must be included while writing answers to score maximum marks.

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Class XII Sample Question Paper & Marking Scheme for Exam 2020-21

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Japanese Click Here Click Here
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10 October, 2020, 12:51 pm

CBSE Class 12 2020 : Compartment Exam Result Declared

CBSE Compartment Result 2020: The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) has announced Class 12 compartment result. As many as 59.43% students have passed the CBSE compartment exam 2020. The CBSE Class 12 compartment exam result 2020 has been made available on the official portal of the Board —cbse.nic.in Candidates can also check their result from the DigiLocker website and app. The Class 12 compartment exam 2020 was conducted by the CBSE from September 22 to September 29 and according to official information, over 85 thousand students have appeared in CBSE Class 12 compartment exams.

CBSE 12 Compartment Result 2020: Direct Link

CBSE 12 Compartment Result 2020: CBSE Direct Link

According to official information, nearly 1,50,198 students of Class 10 and 87,651 Class 12 students have appeared in the compartment CBSE compartment exam 2020.

The Supreme Court had previously asked the CBSE to declare compartment examination results “expeditiously” and asked the University Grants Commission (UGC) to ensure that students get admission in colleges saying “these are exceptional times”.

The SC had also asked UGC and CBSE to work in tandem to ensure that the careers of over two lakh compartment students are not jeopardized.

 

9 October, 2020, 4:44 pm

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