14Chemistry Previous Year Question Paper
CBSE class 12th Chemistry exam was held on 25th March 2017. We are here to present analysis of Chemistry paper of 2017 so that you can get good CBSE Result 2018
The Chemistry paper was tricky but it was not so difficult if it is read properly than it can be attempted. However, average student will find little difficultly in solving the paper. Almost 75 percent of questions were from previous five year question paper.
Paper Pattern CBSE Result 2018
The chemistry paper marking was done in two parts first was written part which was of 70 marks and second was of 30 marks which depends on overall performance in chemistry practical and lab manual.
The pattern of paper was quiet similar to the question paper of 2016. It was divided into five Sections- Section A and Section B, Section C, Section D, Section E. It had 26 questions out of which:
Section A had five questions which were one marker (very short type questions)
Section B had five questions which were two marker (short type questions).
Section C had twelve questions were three marker (Short type questions)
Section D had one value based question which was of four marks
Section E had three questions of five marks each (Long type questions)
All questions were compulsory. However Internal choices was provided to the students.
Chapter wise Marks distribution (This should be focused to get good CBSE Result 2018 )
Chapter 1 –Solid State (4 Marks)
Chapter 2- Solutions (5 Marks)
Chapter 3- Electro chemistry (5 Marks)
Chapter 4- Chemical Kinetics (5 Marks)
Chapter 5- Surface Chemistry (4 Marks)
Chapter 6- General Principles & Processes of Isolation of Elements (3 Marks) CBSE Result 2018
Chapter 7- p-Block Elements (8 Marks)
Chapter 8- d & f-Block Elements (5 Marks)
Chapter 9- Co-ordination Compounds (3 Marks)
Chapter 10- Haloalkanes & Haloarenes (4 Marks)
Chapter 11- Alcohols, Phenols & Ethers (4 Marks)
Chapter 12- Aldehydes, Ketones & Carboxylic Acids (6 Marks)
Chapter 13- Organic Compounds Containing Nitrogen (4 Marks)
Chapter 14- Biomolecules (4 Marks)
Chapter 15- Polymers (3 Marks)
Chapter 16- Chemistry in Everyday Life (3 Marks)