Indore: ‘We are disheartened’

Indore: Physics, the subject that is a challenge for most science students, became more challenging with tricky and numerical questions asked. The CBSE conducted physics examination for class XII students on Tuesday, which left many students dejected.

Analysing the paper, subject expert Pravin Sharma said examination paper was “very difficult and lengthy.” Normally, CBSE balances numerical and theoretical questions to ensure that students can at least pass.

“Normally, numericals carry 15 marks. But this time, numericals were of over 30 marks,” Sharma said. Even theoretical questions were twisted and 5-mark questions that are theoretical also had an accompanying numerical. “Paper had higher order thinking-based questions, application-based question, much like competitive exams,” Sharma said.

“It was a tough exam. Questions were extremely difficult and numericals were worse. I doubt how I will score and the way it will affect my future.”  -Mrinal Namdeo

“I am really worried after the exam because I could barely get proper answers in any numerical. I did not expect it to be so bad.”   –Muskan Surana

“The first two sets were much tougher than the third set. I kind of envy my friends, who got third set. It was a terrible start for science and definitely scary experience for us.”  –Sanyamit Arya

“I never expected physics to be so bad. I had prepared a lot, but still the paper was too tough and lengthy. I am worried about my future now.” –Aman Khubhani

“Honestly, I feel so disheartened. I expected physics to be good if not great. It was much tougher than expected and it creates doubt about possible scores and even passing. I am scared what would other board papers would be like.”  –Samarth Mandloi

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