CBSE class 10th English exam was held on 30th March 2017. We are here to present analysis of English paper of 2017 so that you can get good CBSE CBSE Result 2018 .
The English paper of 2017 was good and straight forward all questions were directly asked from NCERT. Questions were quiet student friendly but vocabulary section was little tricky and student faced hard time in solving it. Overall average students can score above 50 out of 70 which is a good mark.
In the words of Mrs. Amrita chaudhary, Mother’s Public School, Bhubaneswar, Odisha, “The Summative Assessment II English Communicative 101 for the Std X students of the 2017 has definitely brought smiles to students”
- The paper was of 70 Marks
- It was divided into two part English (communicative) and English (Language and Literature).
- There were three sections in the paper- Section A, Section B and Section C.
- Section A consist of Reading part
- Section B consist of Writing and Grammar
- Section C consist of Literature and Novel
Chapter wise Marks distribution (This should be focused to get good CBSE Result 2018 )
Part A:- Reading (25 Marks)
- Factual Passage, Eight very short and short type answers are included in this (300-350 words).
- Discursive passage, four short answer type questions were included in this (350-400 words)
Part B:- Writing and grammar (25 Marks)
- Formal letter (inquiry/ placing order/ complain/ request). It should be of 150-200 words. It’s is based of themes given in main course book.
- Short story in about 250 to 300 words.
- Grammar (It includes tense, modal, passive voice, subject verb concord, reporting, clauses, determinant, preposition.
- fill in the blank with suitable words
- editing and omission
- reordering of sentences
Part C:- Literature and Text Book (20 Marks)
It will include question answers (very short type, short type and long type) from main textbook.
I wish you Guys get good marks in CBSE Result 2018
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