CBSE Previous Year Question Papers for CBSE Class 10 & 12Share
Practice is the key to getting good marks in CBSE Class 10 and 12 examination. Thus, preparing for the exam with the help of previous year question papers for all streams can have plenty of benefits. First of all, previous year question papers will help you get aware of the exam pattern. Secondly, you will get an idea about the type of questions asked in Class 10 and 12 exams. Lastly, by practicing previous year question papers, you will have a proper understanding of the difficulty level of the questions asked in the exam.
By solving our Science and Commerce previous year papers, CBSE Class 10 and 12 students can improve their question-solving speed and boost their confidence The previous year papers for a subject like Maths and Science have been solved by our expert teachers using a simple approach. By accessing these previous year question papers, you can get answers of difficult questions, solve them effortlessly and improve your exam preparation.
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Additionally, by referring to our solutions for previous year papers, you can solve your doubts, strengthen your foundation of the subject and manage your time effectively. We provide CBSE previous year question papers and solutions for all streams of Class 10th and 12th for the year 2018, 2017, and 2016. Moreover, students can access these previous year question paper solutions for free of cost. So, by referring to our previous year question papers, you will be able to prepare for the exam in a better way and score good marks henceforth.
By solving these previous year question papers, you will learn about the topics and questions that you need to prepare for the upcoming Board exams for Class 10 and 12. Moreover, by practicing these solutions, you will develop enough confidence required to solve difficult questions in Class 10th and 12th Board exams.
Frequently Asked Questions
- Are the previous year question papers along with NCERT textbook and solutions enough to score above 85% in PCMB in Class 10 and 12?
To secure good percentage in PCMB in Class 10 and 12, you need to prepare for the exam with the best study material. Therefore, it is a good idea to refer to NCERT textbooks, NCERT Solutions and previous year question papers for Class 10 and 12. NCERT Textbooks are very useful for Boards exam preparation as they lay a strong foundation of the concepts. Previous year question papers help you get an idea about the exam pattern and type of questions asked in the exam. So, definitely, you can score the desired marks in your respective Board exam just by reading NCERT and previous year question papers.
- Where can I find CBSE previous year question papers for class 10?
All the previous year question papers for CBSE Class 10 can be found here at our official website. To access these previous year papers and their solutions, you just need to navigate to the “Previous Year Papers” link on the website. Once you click on the link, you will have the option to access subject-wise previous year questions and their solutions.
- Can I pass Class 12 board exam with only 10 days of preparation?
The best and easiest way to prepare for the Class 12 Board exam is by solving as many Previous Year Question papers as you can. You can access these Solutions from our website for important subjects like Maths and Science to solve a vast number of questions. Moreover, you should make sure to learn the concepts and not just mug up the answer. This way, it is very much possible to prepare enough for the Board and pass the exam.
- What is the best way to revise Class 12 subjects like Physics, Chemistry and Maths with about 15 days remaining for the Board exam?
For the first 10 days, you should go through the NCERT textbook for all the 3 subjects thoroughly and practice majority of questions from each chapter. Now, in remaining 5 days, practice previous year question papers of Physics, Chemistry and Maths. There is always a possibility that almost 60% of the questions in the exam will be asked from the last 5 years question papers. Thus, by following this strategy you can revise the whole syllabus quite effectively and be best prepared for the Class 12 Boards exam.