CBSE Class 10th English Board Exam was successfully conducted for students today on March 12, 2018 across the nation. Though, the language paper is always expected to be quite lengthy, the English exam 2018 question paper this year had a different story to tell.
The education board aimed at accommodating more candidates in the who could completely attempt the paper in time. Hence, this years’ CBSE Class 10th English Board Exam 2018 turned out to be a breeze for many students who came out of the exam halls happy and gaily. Read on to know complete question paper analysis and detailed review of CBSE Class 10th English Board Exam 2018.
CBSE Class 10th Board Exam 2018 | Errors Reported in Today’s English Question Paper
The CBSE Class 10th English Board Exam 2018 had a major error as misprint in the language paper today. As per the marking scheme and exam pattern of the CBSE Class 10th English Board Exam released, only one novel based question is to be attempted.
The Question No. 11 both parts ‘A’ and ‘B’ are supposed to have an external choice out of which only one is to be attempted. Though, there was an internal choice between part ‘A’ and ‘B’ among themselves, which was okay, but external choice was a must.
Students who go through just one out of the two prescribed novels in the syllabus are provided with this choice. Even within this, students are further given choice to attempt one out of the given novel. Therefore, this 10 marker question had an ‘OR’ misprinted which was not given in the choices of the two.
CBSE English Board Exam 2018 | Check Today’s Paper Analysis & Review
As against expectations of a language question paper, today’s CBSE Class 10th English Board Exam was not at all a lengthy one. Students who feared that they would not be able to attempt the English question paper completely, did the same within two hours.
The ‘Writing Section’ of CBSE Class 10th English Board Exam had practical topics against abstract ones. Topics like ‘Globalisation’ & ‘Success’ were given as questions for students to write on. The most feared ‘Reading Comprehension’ or RC Section passed like breeze for most of the students were able to crack all the questions in the same. Students were left with more time to revise and attempt CBSE Class 10th English Board Exam effectively this time.
The education board has pleasantly surprised many students and teachers this year by setting an overall balanced and easy English exam question paper. Moreover, no question was out of syllabus. Candidates can check the previous CBSE exam reviews of subjects like ‘Business Studies’, ‘Physics’, ‘Class XII English’ etc. here.