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CBSE term 2 board exams will be held in 2022.
CBSE term 2 board exams will be held in 2022.

CBSE Term 2 Boards 2022 chapter-wise mock tests uploaded on website: Time table released

ANI | Updated: Dec 18, 2021 17:51 IST


New Delhi [India], December 18 (ANI/Oswaal Books): CBSE has successfully taken the term 1 board exams for students of class 10th and 12th in MCQ format.
With the completion of these exams, students are eagerly waiting for the upcoming guidelines for the term 2 exams.
But, instead of waiting for the new guidelines students can start preparing for the term 2 board exams as per the guidelines issued by the CBSE in the starting phase of academic session 2021-22.
CBSE has even released the timetable for various subjects on its official website. In addition to that, students can also check out the mock tests uploaded on the website.
It is very important for the students appearing for the CBSE term 2 board examination to be aware of the important information that CBSE keeps on updating.
Below is various useful information regarding the timetable release and mock tests updates on the official CBSE website.
CBSE term 2 exam timetable
For the term 2 board exams, CBSE is planning to take the descriptive exams unlike term 1.
The term 2 exams will be conducted for 2 hours and students will encounter questions related to case-based, situation-based, open-ended short answer, and long answer type questions.

Both of the term exams will collectively contribute to the final board results of the students.

In any inevitable circumstances, if the descriptive exams would not be feasible, then CBSE will proceed further with the MCQ-based examination.
Students can check the bifurcated-syllabus with the marking scheme on the official website of CBSE. In addition to that, CBSE has also launched a timetable for various subjects that students can easily refer to.
Chapter-wise mock tests uploaded
Term 2 board exams will be conducted in March or April 2022. To facilitate the students with the handy and up-to-the-mark preparation, CBSE has even released the chapter-wise mock tests.
The mock tests are specifically designed by keeping the rationalized syllabus in mind.
Students will encounter the questions for every chapter to get holistic preparation material for their board exams. Moreover, this will help the students to get clarity about the important concepts.
As soon as the students are done with their syllabus, students can start practicing the mock tests. This will not only provide them with better preparation but will also help them to get acquainted with the weak areas and work upon them.
Mock-tests will cover all the typologies that will be asked in the term 2 board exams. So, they will act as a great gateway to help students get a clear picture of the type of questions that they will encounter on the day of the exam.
Final Thoughts
Students should stay tuned with all the latest updates and the guidelines launched by the CBSE for term 2 board exams.
This will help them a lot to prepare in the right direction and stay focused on the board exams. Students can also study with Oswaal CBSE Class 10 Term 2 Question Bank for Board Exams 2022, and you will get: Strictly as per the Term-II syllabus for Board 2022 Exams (March-April)
* Includes Questions of the both -Objective & Subjective Types Questions
*Objective Questions based on new typologies introduced by the board-
I. Stand- Alone MCQs,
II. MCQs based on Assertion-Reason
III. Case-based MCQs.
* Subjective Questions Includes-Very Short, Short & Long Answer Types Questions

Here is the recommended link for CBSE Question Bank Class 10 for Term 2 board exams 2022, click here: https://bit.ly/3p9w5IF
The students must appear for the term 2 exams as well. Because according to the bifurcated syllabus of CBSE, both terms are equally important.
And both of them will contribute to the final board score. So, stay tuned for more latest updates!
This story is provided by Oswaal Books. ANI will not be responsible in any way for the content of this article. (ANI/Oswaal Books)

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