Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) on Saturday conducted the Class 12 Psychology paper for enrolled students. The term-1 OMR-based exam is reportedly held successfully on December 11, 2021, from 11:30 am to 1:00 pm. As the examination is now over, an insight of the Psychology paper with its analysis and difficulty level is provided for the reference of the students. It should be noted that the official answer key of term-1 examinations will be released by CBSE on its website cbse.nic.in.
Based on the students' feedback and local media reports, the Class 12 Psychology paper was easy in difficulty. The format of the question paper was similar to the modal test paper. It is also reported that the difficulty level of questions was balanced.
The question paper is reportedly held following the board guidelines intimated through the admit cards. Students were allowed only to wear face masks and carry their own sanitizer and water bottle. The term 1 exam is held based on a reduced CBSE syllabus for the 2021-22 session.
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Based on the media reports, the Psychology paper was held with moderate difficulty. As many Multiple choice questions are asked in the paper were bifurcated into two parts and students had to attempt these questions in a time duration of 90 minutes. As per the bifurcated syllabus for Class 12, questions were asked from 3 units- Variations in Psychological Attributes, Self and Personality, and Meeting Life Challenges. The maximum marks in the Psychology paper are 35.
Here is the paper insight and analysis of the December 11, 2021, held CBSE Class 12 Psychology exam. The analysis by 'Psychology & Economics Classes 11 & 12' and Adda247 School exam experts is entirely based on the paper provided by the students after the examination. Furthermore, the solutions provided here are based only on educators' opinions and references made.
Ahead of the CBSE Class 12 Psychology answer key from the CBSE board, students may go through the paper analysis. For the reference of the students, unofficial key, difficulty level, and opinions are shared below by the exam experts.
Based on the CBSE guidelines, a practical test (term-1) of 15 marks will also take place for the students. The practicals would be carried out after the theory examinations. Hence, the students are asked to keep a check at the official website.