Goenkan says CBSE Class 12 physics paper:
Central Board of Secondary Education, CBSE conducted the Class 12th Physics paper yesterday. The first reactions for the paper were that it was lengthy with many numerical questions in the paper this year. Students reported that though the paper was not really tough, the length of the paper made it difficult for many to complete the paper. Students on an average took about two supplementary sheets to complete the paper. After the furore, many teachers were discussing writing to the board regarding the same.
A student of GD Goenka Public School in Lucknow, Kanishk Gandhi said, “After appearing in the JEE Entrance exam in January itself I found this paper lengthy though the level of the questions was average in terms of difficulty.”
Tushar said, “Derivations questions were less in number as compared to last year’s paper. Our teachers had made us practice them intensively.”
“Questions from the chapter-Dual Nature were complicated and thus took much time in solving. Rest of the questions were moderately difficult. The pattern was similar to the sample papers,” said Avinash.
Another student Suhani Agrawal felt that the paper was average in terms of difficulty though many students found a few questions tricky.
“My preparation and practice were enough for today’s exam. I am sure I’ll score great marks” said Ayush, a student of GD Goenka Public School Lucknow.