Most find the chemistry balanced, along the expected lines | Nagpur News

Nagpur: Semester II Main Examinations for Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) Std XII students started on Saturday with Chemistry. The document was of easy to moderate difficulty for most students.
Rupal Rathi, a student of Bhagwandas Purohit Vidya Mandir from Bhavan, Civil Lines, said, “The questionnaire had three sections – A, B and C. Section A was easy and had questions for two points each, which I easily resolved. Sections B and C were also not that difficult.
Another student Aditya Sharma was satisfied with the paper. “I expected the exam to be difficult, but it turned out to be moderate. There were direct questions, while others were tricky. Section C had difficult questions, carrying five marks each, while section A had easy questions and section B was moderate I completed the work within the given time.
Shruti K said she found the exam lengthy. “My friends and I struggled a bit with the digital questions. The internal choices in the questions were very beneficial. The questionnaire was overall balanced and covered the program well,” she said.
“The review was moderate for me,” said Abhijeet Kaithwas. He added, “I was able to finish my article on time. The questions were based on the NCERT manual and therefore none of them were off-curriculum. Overall it was quite good. Some questions were also about important topics. Organic chemistry confused me a bit but I did my best. I look forward to the next exam.
Yogesh Kumar said the exam was easy and writing an article offline after a long time felt no different. He said: “I was well prepared and gave my 100 per cent. I expect more than 30 points. All in all, I’d say it was a decent journal.

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