CBSE Class 12 Economics paper held on May 28 was straightforward, students said after writing the exam. However, some discovered it prolonged. CBSE Economics exam stay updates
The exam was held from 10:30 am to 12:30 pm in offline mode. Here is what students in Prayagraj and Lucknow say about their exam:
Priyanshi (*12*), a category 12 pupil of MPVM Ganga Gurukulam, Phaphamau in Prayagraj said that he discovered the question paper to be straightforward.
“My exam went fairly properly. After Accounts, I used to be anticipating Economics exam can be robust however it was a reasonable one. The National Income associated numerical questions had been considerably tough however then the subject itself is a tough one additionally,” she said.
Dhruval Singh, also a student of class 12 of MPVM Ganga Gurukulam, Phaphamau in Prayagraj also said that his exam went well and that he also found the question paper to be easy but a little lengthy.
“However there were no major surprises. Even the production and consumption related questions were surprisingly easy,” he said.
Economics teacher at MPVM Ganga Gurukulam, Phaphamau in Prayagraj Rupa Chakroborty said that that question paper of 40 marks has 13 questions including 5 question of 2 marks, 5 question is of 3 marks and 3 questions of 5 marks each.
“The paper was not divided into sections with no overall choice but there were internal choices. The paper was a well balanced one having a proper balance of HOTS (higher order thinking skills) and LOTS (lower order thinking skills) and was according to the pattern of the sample paper. The paper was well presented and according to the syllabus,” she said.
Most of the CBSE Class 12 students in Lucknow opined that the Economics paper was moderate while some students found the questions tricky, especially numericals and case study based questions. Students also said the time was sufficient for them.
Ishaan Arora, a student of GD Goenka Public School said, “The economics paper lastly felt like a board paper. The paper was fairly tough, particularly the Case research on the finish and the Value Added Based Numericals”.
According to Gauri Maheshwari the paper was very simple and the questions were direct but the optional numerical was a bit tricky. Vasvi Agarwal, another student of GD Goenka Public School said, “The paper was very straightforward nevertheless the passage required some brainstorming to do.”
Shreya Singh Chandel discovered the paper a bit tough. Numericals had been additionally tough. Macroeconomics concept half was best whereas Indian financial improvement was robust. Case research was tough. Time was okay. She is anticipating anticipate reasonable consequence.
For Harshil Agarwal, the case research was tough, remainder of the paper was comparatively simpler than anticipated Priyanshi Praveen, a pupil said the paper was total reasonable. Both tough and direct questions had been there. The case research was fairly tough.