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CBSE paper pattern to change; more objective-based questions to be introduced

Every year, the board asks objective-based questions of 10 marks but this year, the students will have objective-based questions of around 25 marks

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The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) examinations are all set to begin and the Class XII students along with Class X students have rejoiced as the education board has decided to change the paper pattern for its examinations.

The Class XII examinations will begin February 15 onwards, whereas the Class X examinations will begin February 21 onwards. In order to reduce the stress falling on the students, CBSE decided to ease the paper pattern for its students and will be adding more objective-based questions. This will make the paper much simpler for students by offering them a few marks with ease.

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Every year, the board asks objective marks of 10 just marks. But this year, the students will have objective questions of around 25 marks. Alongside, the students will also receive optional questions in objective format to make the paper easier.

Meanwhile, since the last year's Class X's Mathematics paper and Class XII's Economics paper had got leaked, this year the board will track the paper using Real-Time Tracking.

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