The different questions in CBSE board
paper will have different marks. CBSE
Board has issued CBSE Marking Scheme
Guidelines for students. There is an internal choice in the
question paper. In case a student answers an extra-question, answer
of the question deserving more marks will be retained and the other
answer will be scored out.

### CBSE Marking Scheme in detail for
Mathematics

The table below gives weightage of topics in CBSE Marking Scheme for the Mathematics Question
paper.

### CBSE Mathematics Paper Pattern

The question paper will be of 100 Marks. CBSE paper for Mathematics consists of 10 very short
answer questions of 1 mark each. There will be 12 short answer
questions of 4 marks each. The long answer questions will carry 6
marks each and there will be 7 questions of this type. There will
be internal choice in any 4 short answer questions. Students will
also have choice in any two questions of 6 marks each.

### Sample Question with CBSE Marking
Scheme

CBSE marking scheme for answer to
sample question in Mathematics paper is given below:

Sample Question 1: Long Answer Question (6 Marks)

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. The students should not cross
the word limit as no extra marks will be given for that. However,
no marks shall be deducted for exceeding the word limit.

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