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CBSE 10th Maths Paper: cbse class 10 maths question paper analysis difficulty Level answer key – CBSE 10th Maths Paper: Seeing the question paper of CBSE 10th Maths, the faces of the students were happy, told how was the paper, Education News

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CBSE conducted the Class 10 Maths (Both Standard and Basic) paper on Monday, March 11. Most of the students who appeared for the paper said that the questions were easy and the entire NCERT book was based on it. According to experts, the CBSE 10th Maths paper was as per the sample paper issued by CBSE. According to the feedback received from the students, the difficulty level of the question paper is said to be easy to moderate. Multiple choice questions did not pose any problem, most of the questions were as per the standard and not very difficult. Overall, students found the paper balanced.

According to subject experts, the multiple choice questions (MCQs) were straightforward. This will result in helping students score higher. If you had prepared properly from NCERT, then questions from Section B, C and D would have been solved easily. The exam covered a wide variety of topics and some questions were from previous exams. The case studies in Section E required deeper understanding. Students acknowledged that the trigonometry questions tested their knowledge deeply. One question was from practice which was removed from NCERT.

Ajay Pal Singh, Principal of Bhai Parmanand Vidya Mandir, said, ‘If analyzed section wise, the questions of Section A were of easy level. Section B was also easy, while Sections C and D were comparatively less challenging. Questions in C and D required careful reading. Despite coming from NCERT, the questions were of challenging and difficulty level. Section E had a moderate difficulty level.’

According to Kiran Sharma (TGT, Mathematics), teacher at Manav Rachna International School Sector-51 Mayfield Garden, Gurugram, “The CBSE Class 10 Mathematics paper was easy to understand and was similar to the CBSE sample papers in terms of pattern. Mathematics paper was graded from easy to medium difficulty.