TN 12th Mathematics Public Answer key 2022 – Tamil Nadu education board today on 17 May has commenced the very important exam i.e. Mathematics for class 12th. There are lakhs of students who have been seated in the examination hall to give this exam. As of now, you can see the unofficial TN 12th maths public exam answer key to see that how much you have done right and wrong. Then you can calculate your marks after that. Answer key can be downloaded from the direct link provided to you here on this page. Also, see the TN 12th Mathematics question paper pdf down below.
17 May TN 12th Mathematics Public Answer key
TN 12th board exam has begin from the date of 5 May and will be completed till the date of 28 May, 2022. The official answer key are not being released by the board but various coaching institutes and expert teachers releases it. Examination of TN 12th public exam is done from 10 am till 1:00 pm i.e. 3 hrs. As for the result, it will be available you in 1-2 months of time. You can download the TN 12th public exam result from the official site of dge.tn.gov.in. In each subject the candidates have to secure 35% marks or more in order to pass in the exam. In Mathematics 12th Public theory exam you must have to bring in 25% marks out of 90 to qualify or pass in it.
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17 May TN 12th Mathematics Public Question Paper
Name of the conducting body – Directorate of Government Examinations, TN
Category – Answer key/Question paper
Date of exam – 17 May, 2022
Examination name – Mathematics
Class – 12th
Exam name – TN 12th Public exam 2021-22
State – Tamil Nadu
Result status – June- July
Official site – dge.tn.gov.in
TN 12th Public exam passing marks 2022 (Only theory)
|Subject||Theory Total Marks||Theory Passing Marks|
|Tamil, Hindi and Other Language Subjects||90||25|
- What is the total marks for TN 12th public exam?
Ans. Total of 600 marks for 12th exam.
- How much marks to score in every subject to pass in TN 12th exam?
Ans. Must have to score at least 35% or more than that in each of your subject & 35 % total in aggregate i.e. 210 out of 600 marks.