The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) Class 12 mathematics paper was easy and the questions were from the syllabus but lengthy, students and teachers across the country said on Wednesday.
Manvi Rathore of Jayshree Periwal High School in Rajasthan’s Jaipur said the paper was easy but lengthy but questions were from the books prescribed by the National Council of Educational Research and Training (NCERT). Rathore’s classmate Aakash Sharma also said the questions were easy but lengthy.
“There were no tricky questions. Just one or two questions from NCERT had changed names and figures,” Sharma added.
“The paper was extremely lengthy. I missed a six-mark question. It was otherwise easy,” Raghav Rajpurohit of Kendriya Vidyalaya 2 said.
Students in the capital of Madhya Pradesh said that barring questions from probability, the paper was easy.
“It was a good paper for students who did conceptual studies and followed NCERT books. I am expecting good marks in the paper,” Shaksham Sharma of Rajeev Gandhi Higher Secondary School said.
“I found difficulty in probability questions but overall the paper was a scoring one. All the choice-based questions were of the same difficulty level so I didn’t find any of it much useful,” Ayush Mamhai, a student of Renaissance Public School, said.
St Mary’s School’s Sanskriti Dixit said the paper was moderate. “I didn’t find it lengthy and completed it in exactly three hours.”
St Joseph’s Convent’s mathematics teacher Sangeeta Yadav said the paper was easy and according to the NCERT syllabus. “The students can expect good marks,” Yadav said.