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NEW DELHI: On Monday, March 2, 2020, the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) successfully completed the CBSE class 12 Physics exam. Physics is one of the main jobs for students of science class 12. The Physics exam begins today at 10.30 a.m. and concludes at 1.30 p.m. The exam was conducted in several exam centers throughout the country and abroad.

CBSE class 12 physics exam program

The questions asked in the Physics document came from the study program below:

  • Unit – Electrostatic I
  • Unit-II Electric current
  • Unit III Magnetic effects of current and magnetism
  • Unit IV electromagnetic and alternating induction
  • Currents
  • Electromagnetic waves of unit V
  • Unit – VI Optic
  • Unit – VII Dual nature of radiation and matter
  • Unit – VIII Atoms and Cores
  • Unit – IX Electronic Devices

CBSE class 12 Physical exam Pattern

The CBSE Class 12 Physics theory question paper was 70 points and three hours long. The Physics questions document was divided into four sections: Section A, Section B, Section C and Section D. All questions were mandatory, however, there were internal options in two questions of one brand each, two questions of two brands , a question of three points and three questions of five points of weight.

Download Class 12 Physics Question Paper 2020

CBSE class 12 Physics exam analysis and student commentsMost students found CBSE class 12 Physics work very difficult. Feedback from students who submitted today for the Physics exam is provided below:

Akansha Mohile, St. Palloti School, Nagpur:
I would say that today’s work was of medium difficulty level. Physics is the most difficult subject, so the work was as we expected. Most of us were able to finish on time and nothing was asked that was not in the prescribed program.
Drishti Aswani, Center Point School, Katol Road, Nagpur:
The role was very difficult. Especially for us, the students who opted for Engineering graphics, since we only had one day to prepare for the most difficult subject. I am very disappointed and CBSE should have given more time to prepare. We hope to pass
Insiya Dawawala, Center Point School, Katol Road, Nagpur:
The questions were very complicated and it was a very difficult job. CBSE should have given more time to prepare for such a difficult issue. They only gave us one day. We are all extremely disappointed.
Fatema Dawood, CPS Katol, Nagpur:
The newspaper was simply deadly. It is not fair to give us a day to prepare for Physics and even give such a difficult questionnaire. At the very least, CBSE correctors should facilitate checking and be lenient with it.

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