CBSE Class 12 Chemistry Term 1 Sample Paper 2021-22 with Solutions: CBSE Class 12 Chemistry Term 1 exam is scheduled to be held on December 14, 2021. See sample paper and its answers for class 12th chemistry.
CBSE Class 12 Chemistry Term 1 Sample Paper 2021-22:
The Central Board of Secondary Education, CBSE Class 12 Chemistry Term-1 exam is scheduled for Tuesday, December 14, 2021. Multiple Choice Questions (MCQs) will be asked in the exam.
You can check CBSE Sample Paper 2021-22 and its answers for class 12th Chemistry before the exam.
Apart from this, some tips have been brought here for you. By following these you can score good marks in the exam.
Chemistry paper will be of total 35 marks. Students will get one and a half hours. There will be a total of three sections in the paper. The first section will have 25 questions.
Any 20 of these questions have to be answered. Wherein, Section B will have 24 questions. Out of these 20 questions will have to be attempted.
The third section will have only six questions, out of which any five questions will have to be answered. Marks for each question will be equal. There will be no negative marking.
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Take special care of these tips
- Take special care of some tips before the exam. It will also help you in your last minute preparation.
- Read the paper thoroughly. First of all, do the question in which you are completely confident.
- Do section A first. Read NCERT books thoroughly and thoroughly
- Do practical practice for section B. Prepare well for questions related to equations.
- Section B is the toughest of all the sections. So read the questions carefully.
- Attempt only after reading section C. Go through the case study of Section C in the first 20 minutes.
Prepare for each section like this
Read NCERT for section A. This will be the easiest as it will ask questions based on the concepts of the book. The B section will be a bit difficult as compared to the A.
You have to answer 24 to 20 questions. There will be questions related to chemical equation in it.
The last section i.e. C section will have five questions. There will be case studies and questions on ‘match the following’.
Questions based on Equation and Concept will also be asked. The case study will have three questions.