CBSE Sample Papers and Syllabus for Class 12th 2014

CBSE 10th Date sheet 2015      CBSE 12th (Revised) Date Sheet 2015

Sample papers issued by CBSE for class 12 exam are now available for practice so the students must make the best use of it. The exams are scheduled for March 2014.

Sample papers for English, Hindi, Mathematics, Biotechnology, Chemistry, Psychology, Philosophy, History, Geography, Entrepreneurship, Physics Theory, Chemistry Theory, Computers and Communication Technology, Accountancy, Economics, Biology (Theory), Business Studies, Human Ecology and Family Science can be downloaded at the official website of CBSE. The website also explains in detail the design of the question paper of class 12. All the sample papers and information follow the modified syllabus of Central Board of Secondary Education.

Students must give special emphasis to ‘value based questions’ as these have been included in the exam pattern for the very first time. This type of question will be for three to five marks in all major subjects.

How are sample papers useful?

A student must practice sample papers before going for the final exams in March 2014 as it helps one to discover strengths as well as weaknesses in different subjects.

Solving sample papers of each and every subject within the prescribed time helps us to know our speed of writing. Moreover, one recognizes careless mistakes that are committed during the examination because of nervousness.

In other words, sample papers help you in:

  • Time management
  • Stress-reduction
  • Familiarity with the pattern of questions and the marking scheme.
  • Developing skill in different types of questions included in LA, SA, VSA and value-based questions.
  • Improving speed of writing

Download CBSE Class 12th Sample Papers and Syllabus


Last Updated on : March 28, 2016

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