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CBSE Class 12 Term 1 Mathematics or Maths examination has been conducted across the country today. Check the complete analysis by teachers of the CBSE Class 12 Maths question paper, difficulty level and student reactions here.

  • CBSE Class 12 Maths Term 1 Exam 2021-22 has been successfully conducted across the country.
  • Both Applied Mathematics and Mathematics papers were conducted for the Class 12 students today.
  • Check students’ feedback and reaction and teachers review of CBSE Class 12 Maths question paper here.

Central Board of Secondary Education, CBSE Class 12 Mathematics Term 1 Exam 2022 was conducted today – December 6, 2021. Both Applied Maths and Maths were conducted across the various examination centres, based on the choice of the student. The students who have appeared in the exam have now shared feedback. As per initial reactions, the CBSE Class 12 Maths exam question paper was lengthy and moderately difficult. Check expert review and feedback here.

CBSE Class 12 Maths Answer Key is now available. Students may check the same and download the PDF from the link prrovided here. CBSE Class 12 Applied Maths Answer Key is awaited and expected soon. Keep checking this page for latest update. CBSE Class 12 Maths Answer Key here. 

CBSE Class 12 Maths Exam 2021: Question Paper review, student reactions and expert analysis

Students who have appeared for the exam have called the paper more ‘difficult than easy’. “About 50 per cent of the questions were very easy but the remaining were tough. Even choices did not help much,” shared Siya, a class 12 students.

Anirdh, another Class 12 student said that the paper had a lot of lengthy calculations. “The paper was more lengthy than difficult for me. The matrices questions took so long to complete, and then there were too many of them. If you chose easier questions, it took a lot of time, the tougher questions  were trickier.”

Teachers on the other hand were rather happy with the paper. “It is a balanced paper and you expect this level of difficulty to distinguish between students. Its easy enough for students to pass but tricky enough to make it tougher to score full marks. An average student would be able to score anywhere between 25 to 32 marks easily. Getting over 32 would require thorough conceptual understanding,” shared Mr. O.P. Gupta, a senior mathematics tutor.  

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