CBSE recently released the revised syllabus 2021-2022 for classes 11 and 12.
The nationwide lockdown has disrupted the entire curriculum.
As a solution to this, CBSE has come forward with a solution by reducing the syllabus.
This plan of action by the board came after crucial class 10 and 12 exams were forced to be canceled due to the unpredictable situation caused by the second wave of coronavirus.
The newly proposed solution will put the students’ learning at ease.
The board has also announced propositions to extenuate the syllabus for the 2021-22 academic session and to make the internal assessment and project work more sound and feasible.
The board explained that the syllabus for the academic session 2021-22 will be divided into two terms by following a systematic approach in a way giving a detailed outlook into the interconnectivity of concepts and topics by the Subject Experts.
The new revised syllabus for class11 and 12 provides a comprehensive idea about board examinations, marking systems, prescribed textbooks, and model question papers.
The students need to follow the new pattern introduced by CBSE to crack the examinations easily.
To obtain better marks, students should score well for internals and both Term1 and Term2 examinations.
Certain changes will be done depending on the situation regarding Covid-19.
Term 1 Exam Pattern and Timelines
CBSE is to conduct the term 1 exam during November and December 2021.
The question paper will be based on Multiple choice questions, which include both case-based multiple-choice questions and Assertion reasoning types of Multiple choice questions.
The exam will be 90 minutes long enough to crack all the questions, and the students will get 20 minutes extra to read the question paper.
Students have to record their answers on OMR sheets, which will be then scanned and instantly uploaded to the CBSE portal, or they will instantly assess the answers and the results are said to be posted on the same day if the situation is not conducive.
Students’ total scores will be determined by evaluating both term1 and term2 examination results.
Term1 exams will be conducted in the respective schools of students.
However, to make it fair for the students as well as teachers, the examinations will be conducted under the supervision of external center superintendents and observers appointed by the board.
Schedule: November-December 2021
Exam Pattern: Multiple choice questions(Case-based and Assertion Reasoning types)
Syllabus: Opening 50% of the syllabus
Time Duration: 20 minutes for reading the question paper thoroughly and 90 minutes for examination
Term 2 Exam Pattern and Timelines
CBSE will conduct the term 2 examinations for grade 12 during March and April 2022. 50% of the syllabus Will be covered in the examination.
The exams will be 2 hours long and will be conducted at CBSE designated examination centres.
The question paper will be of different formats, which include case-based/situation-based, open-ended-short answers/ long answer types.
The total score will be the sum of the results of internal assessment tests and external assessment tests.
The internal assessment will include unit tests, exploratory activities, practicals, and projects.
If the situation is not conducive for a normal descriptive examination, then the board may conduct a 90-minute multiple-choice question exam as well.
Schedule: March-April 2022
Exam Pattern: Normal descriptive examination including case-based/situation-based, open-ended-short answers/long answer types.
Syllabus: Remaining 50% of the syllabus from the Term1 examination
Time Duration: 2 hours
Syllabus for Class 12th Term 1 and Term 2
Syllabus for Class 11th Term 1 and Term 2
Preparation Tips to Crack CBSE Class 11 and 12 Board Exam
- Know your updated syllabus
- Make a study plan
- Practice previous year’s Question Papers
- Make Revision notes
- Develop strategies to write answers
- Proper rest and sleep
Know your updated syllabus
The unpredictable occurrence of the second wave of coronavirus has made many changes in the academic curriculum of every board examination.
The CBSE has updated the syllabus as a solution to make the exams easier and more flexible for students.
To score well for the exams, you must first know your updated syllabus and study accordingly.
Know your updated syllabus
To make your learning more effective, you must make a study plan in an organized way.
Schedule your time for study, rest, and play as well.
Take breaks while learning, which will help you boost your productivity.
Practice previous year’s question papers
Practicing previous year’s question papers will help you to tune with the exam trend.
Moreover, you can reduce your solving time to less than 2 minutes for questions you’ve already solved using the previous year’s question papers.
Make Revision notes
Making notes while studying is an easier way to recall what you have studied and can save your time for preparation.
Revision notes can help you better understand the main concepts and theories on the subject.
Furthermore, it can help you revise everything you have learned in a short period of time before the exam starts.
Develop strategies to write answers
Developing strategies for writing answers can help you stay alert and answer every question easily.
Make sure to plan how you will use the allotted time for each category of questions, and try to answer every question without panicking.
Proper rest and sleep
Do not forget to take enough rest and sleep during your examination days.
Consolidating all the information in your brain takes so much time and for that, it is necessary that you take enough time to sleep and let the brain do its processes.
This will indeed make your brain fully function for the next day, and you can start storing new information without any problem.