13 May CBSE 12th English Core Answer key 2022 term 2 Solved Question paper

CBSE 12th English Core Answer key 2022 – The central board of secondary education has now successfully conducted the exam of English core for 12th class today. As per the students analysis, the exam of CBSE 12th English question paper was easy. There are lakhs of students who have attended the exam in various examination centers. As of now, the candidates can check on to their answers from the various unofficial answer key provided by some experts and other teachers. You can also download the CBSE 12th English Question paper in pdf format. Now, for more news about CBSE 12th term 2 exam 2022 see below.

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13 May CBSE 12th English Core Answer key term 2

According to the students the CBSE has made the paper easy and not very difficult. There are lots of students who have gave an analysis of paper, that the paper was not lengthy at all and question came from the course only. Only the writing section was time consuming and in the comprehension section the questions was asked direct. Unseen passage was also not tough. Overall the paper format was as of the sample paper. You can check the CBSE 12th English answer key pdf or video down below this paragraph.

Check – CBSE 12th English Answer key Term 2 2022 (By Allen)


CBSE 12th English Exam Pattern Term 2

  • Exam time duration – 2 hrs.
  • Total marks – 40 marks.
  • Section A – Reading – 10 marks.
  • Section B – Writing/Grammar – 10 marks.
  • Section C- literature – 20 marks.

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13 May CBSE 12th English Question Paper term 2

Exam Name – English

Board/Authority name – CBSE

Date of today exam – 13 May, 2022

Category – Answer key/Question paper

Official site – cbseacademic.nic.in

Class – 12th

Term –  2

CBSE 12th English Exam Syllabus 2022 Term 2

Reading Comprehension: (Two Passages)
Unseen passage (factual, descriptive or literary/ discursive or persuasive)
Case Based Unseen (Factual) Passage
Creative Writing Skills:
Short Writing Tasks

– Formal & Informal Invitation Cards or the Replies to Invitation/s

Long Writing Tasks(One)

– Letter of Application for a Job

– Report Writing

Questions based on extracts/texts to assess comprehension and appreciation, analysis, inference, extrapolation
Book-Flamingo (Prose)

– The Rattrap

– Indigo

Book-Flamingo (Poetry)

– A Thing of Beauty

– Aunt Jennifer’s Tigers

Book-Vistas (Prose)

– Should Wizard Hit Mommy?

– On the Face of It

– Evans Tries an O Level

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