ICSE exams, ISC term 2 tomorrow
The Council for the Indian School Certificate Examinations (CISCE) which conducts Semester 2 Indian Certificate of School Examination (ICSE), or Class 10 Examinations, and Indian School Certificate (ISC), or Class 12 Examinations, will conduct Class 10 Mathematics and class 12 English exam paper 2 tomorrow, May 2. In accordance with the model question of mathematics and the English paper 2 (literature in English), the maximum points awarded for the exam is 40 points. While the ICSE Class 10 exams will take place from 11 a.m. to 12:30 p.m., the ISC Class 12 exam will take place between 2 p.m. and 3:30 p.m.
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To read the Class 12 English Paper 2 quiz, candidates will be given a reading time of 10 minutes. While Section A, in accordance with the ISC Class 12 question template, includes objective type questions, Section B is subjective. All questions are mandatory.
In ICSE Maths Class 10, Section A will have objective type questions and Section B will have questions with internal choices within them.
ICSE Class 10 Maths: Syllabus, Specimen Question Paper
ISC Class 10 English Paper 2: Syllabus, Standard Questionnaire
Students will be required to write their UID (unique identification number), index number, and subject on the top sheet of the answer booklets.
“This information should also be written on the first page of each continuation booklet used. If you use flying maps, graph papers, etc., write down this information as well,” a CISCE statement read.
All entries in the answer book must be made only with a black or blue ballpoint pen. Students should write on both sides of each sheet of the answer booklet and leave a margin on the right and left edges and start the answer to each separate part of a question on a separate line.