Best CBSE Sample Papers for class 10 all subjects

CBSE Sample Papers for class 10 all subjects Mathematics, Science, Social Science, English Communication, English Language & Literature, Hindi A Hindi B. It is a step-by-step study material (Sample Question Papers) ,for preparing the students for the Board Examination. This text has been designed to assist the students to crack, the CBSE Board Examination, with the right practice and approach to the pattern of questions, as asked by the CBSE.

This series is a compilation of questions and answers that are categorised into an Easy, Average and Difficult format, so that students can build up their knowledge in a graded way. In accordance with this rationale, the matter has been arranged as complete papers, with three levels of difficulty: Easy, Average and Difficult (EAD).

Purpose of series: If 70% marks in difficult category have been obtained, the students are now expected to take Final Board Examinations confidently. However, if the score board has not been achieved as mentioned above, the students are advised to go back to the Main book for preparation. In case, you are near to your goal or have achieved it, you are advised to attempt next set of papers, i.e. Annual Papers which are exactly based on the CBSE pattern. This book includes 9 Unsolved CBSE Sample papers study material guide also based on Easy, Average, Difficult concept and Annual papers respectively.

CBSE Previous Year Question Papers Class 10

Solutions available on gowebrachnasagar.com. It is advised that prior to answering the final board papers and Mock Paper, the student should familiarizes, himself/herself with the format of the CBSE Topper’s Sheet for the complete confidence. CBSE Sample Papers have been prepared by a panel comprising experienced teachers, tabulators and examiners, who have jointly provided a student-friendly approach to prepare, the students for the forthcoming Board Exams, for 10th Class, as per the vision of CBSE. Extreme care has also been taken to give students an up-to-date guidance in preparation for the forthcoming examinations so that they are confident and competent to fully utilize their preparation time efficiently, and appear for the examination in a positive frame of mind.

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Contents

CBSE Sample Papers (1-15)

Based on Easy Concept: Sample Paper 1 (Solved) | Sample Paper 2 (Solved) | Sample Paper 3 (Unsolved) | Sample Paper 4 (Unsolved)

Based on Average Concept: Sample Paper 5 (Solved) | Sample Paper 6 (Solved) | Sample Paper 7 (Unsolved) | Sample Paper 8 (Unsolved)

Based on Difficult Concept : Sample Paper 9 (Solved) | Sample Paper 10 (Solved)| Sample Paper 11 (Unsolved)|Sample Paper 12 (Unsolved)

Annual Papers based on CBSE Pattern: Sample Paper 13 (Unsolved) | Sample Paper 14 (Unsolved) | Sample Paper 15 (Unsolved)

Chapter-wise videos of Class 10 (Crash Course)

Mathematics for Class 10

Science for Class 10

Social Science Class 10 (History, Geography, Political Science & Economics)


Chapter-wise videos of Class 10

Mathematics Class 10

English Class 10

Science Class 10

French for Class 10

Social Science class 10 (History, Geography, Political Science and Economics)

  QUESTION PAPER DESIGN

Time : 3 hours                                                                                                                                                                                                             Marks : 80

S.

no

Typology Of Questions

Very short Answer

(VSA)

1 Mark

Short

Answer-I

(SA-I)

2 Marks

Short

Answer-II

(SA-II)

3 Marks

Long

Answer

(LA)

5 Marks

Total

Marks

    %

Weightage

1.

Remembering (Knowledge based simple recall question, to know specific facts,terms,concepts,principles,or theories, Identify, define or recite, information)

 

2

   _

 

  1

 

 1

 

10

 

15%

2.

Understanding (Comprehension- to be familiar with meaning and to understand conceptually,interpret,compare,contrast,explain,paraphrase, or interpret information)

 

   _

 

   1

 

  4

 

 2

 

24

 

35%

3.

Application(Use abstract information in concrete situation, to apply knowledge to new situations, use given content to interpret a situation, Provide an example or solve a problem.

 

_

 

   1

 

  2

 

 2

 

18

 

26%

4.

High Order Thinking Skills(Analysis & Synthesis – Classify, Compare, contrast or differentiate between different pieces of information, Organize and / or integrate unique pieces of information from a variety of sources)

 

_

 

  _

 

 

  1

 

 1

 

8

 

12%

5.

Inferential and Evaluative (Appraise, judge and / justify the value or worth of a decision or outcome, or to predict outcomes based on values)

 

   _

 

   1

 

  2

 

_

 

8

 

12%

 

         Total (Theory Based Questions)

2*1=2

3*2=6

10*3=30

6*5=30

68(21)

100%

 

        Practical Based Questions (PBQs)

 

6*2=12

      --

      --

12(6)

 

 

TOTAL

2*1=2

9*2=18

10*3=30

6*5=30

80(27)

 

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