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CBSE Board has prescribed certain guidelines according to CBSE marking scheme. The question paper of Physics will be of 70 marks and students have 3 hours to complete Physics CBSE Paper. There will be internal choices in the question paper. The students shall get due credit for precise answers as per CBSE Marking Scheme. The table below gives weightage of topics in CBSE Physics Question paper.
CBSE question paper for Physics shall consist of 8 very short answer questions of 1 mark each. There will be two types of short answer questions with 2 and 3 marks respectively. In addition to this, there will be 3 long answer questions which will require students to write answers in detail. The 5 long answer questions will carry 5 marks each. CBSE Physics question paper will be of 70 marks in total. CBSE paper will have no overall choice. However students will be given internal choice on any one question of 3 marks, any one question of 2 marks and all three long answer questions. In all, there will be internal choices on five questions.
The marking scheme for answer to
sample question in Physics paper is given below:
Sample Question 1: Long Answer Question (5 Marks)
The step by step solution and how the CBSE marking scheme goes for above is shown below:
The paper will have 70% of the questions of average difficulty level. Around 15% of the questions will be easy and 15% of the questions will be of higher difficulty level.
It is important that a student examine a question in conjunction with the CBSE Marking Scheme and find out the proximity of the answer to that suggested in the CBSE Marking Scheme.