The new examination pattern is going to be introduced by the Central Board of Secondary Education for the academic year of 2019-2010 in which the board examination will take place in the month of March in the year of 2020. The 12th standard CBSE will now have a more significant number of questions.
It is decided that the pattern will be as same as the competitive exams which will train students to compete in the highest-level right from the 12th standard level. For more information, please visit the official website, http://cbseacademic.nic.in/.
The question paper will be containing a good amount of objective questions which will be merged with two marks, three marks, five marks questions. Fourteen questions will be cornered for the two marks section and three marks section each and five marks section will have three questions which makes it 15 marks for the section. Implementation works have already been started, and this will help students to crack the number of competitive exams automatically.
We can also expect some chapters to be eradicated from the syllabus. In the chemistry paper, solid-state unit and group 15 in the P block will be removed from the paper. In physics also there will be some topics removed from the syllabus. The board will list all the changes in every department once the results for the academic year 2018-2019 will be announced. Students can plan their preparation for the 2020 examinations according to the list and changes as there will not be any further changes.