CBSE last 10 year board question papers of class 12th- Physics, Chemistry, Maths and more

Hello, students…as expected all of you are busy preparing hard for your board exams. After all, it is the exam season and board exams are the most crucial phase of a student’s life. Every student has their own way of preparation. Their methods may vary according to their schedule and comfort. While some stick to the traditional textbooks provided by their school others may explore the various reference books and sample question papers for better results.

However, one of the most common and important ways of preparation for board exams is try solving the last 10 years question papers which have come in board exams. Almost every student does this. Solving these previous years question papers is of immense help for the students.

It is like watching a trailer of a movie before it’s initial release. They give an idea to the students what to expect in board exams. They also get to know what type of questions they could face in exams and what might be the difficulty level of paper. It also helps them in recognizing important topics and questions as there are many questions from various topics which are regularly repeated in exams. By solving these question papers students get a fair idea of how to tackle their examinations.

So by not wasting any more time we provide you with the last 10-year question papers of various subjects of CBSE class 12th board exams.

CLASS 12th LAST 10 YEAR and OTHER SAMPLE QUESTION PAPERS

PHYSICS

CHEMISTRY

MATHS

BIOLOGY

ENGLISH

COMPUTER SCIENCE

HISTORY

ECONOMICS

POLITICAL SCIENCE

HINDI CORE

HINDI ELECTIVE

PHYSICAL EDUCATION

BUSINESS STUDIES

Studying from these question papers can help you greatly. However, you should go for them only after you feel you have completed your syllabus. Through these question papers, you can have an idea of where you stand and in what areas you need to improve. It also helps you to access your weak points and you can work on them.

There is no need to solve each and every question paper unless you have completed your whole syllabus and have lots of time left. You can solve one or two question papers and just go through the rest of them.

All the best for your exams and keep studying hard.

Niranjan Choudhary

Holds a Bachelor degree in English Hons. and is pursuing animation which has been his childhood dream.He has a keen interest in writing and unlocking various aspects about different fields of education.

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