CBSE Class 10 Mathematics Paper Analysis

  • ALLEN Overseas
  • March 11, 2024

The CBSE Class 10 Mathematics exam was conducted worldwide on March 11, 2024. Over 29 lakh students from India and 26 other countries appeared this year for the class 10 and 12 board exams. The maths exam began at 10:30 AM and ended at 1:30 PM. An extra 15 minutes are given to read the question paper.

Most of the class 10 students found the paper well-balanced, although some found it more difficult than last year’s paper. However, the students managed to solve the question paper in three hours. In this blog, we will share a detailed analysis of the CBSE class 10 Maths Paper, including the difficulty level, students’ reactions, the types of questions, and experts’ reviews.

CBSE Class 10 Mathematics Paper Overview:

Particulars Details
Board Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE)
Official website
Class 10th
Subject Maths (Standard) & Maths (Basic)
Date March 11, 2024
Time 10.30 AM to 01.30 PM
Difficulty level Easy to Moderate

CBSE Class 10 Mathematics Paper Analysis:

Students Reaction:

  • Students shared mixed reactions regarding the difficulty level of the CBSE Class 10 Board Maths paper.
  • Some students found the paper easy to manage and within their expectations. In contrast, others felt the paper was challenging because of certain questions, especially those involving complex calculations and application-based problems.
  • Section A (MCQs) and Section B (short answer questions) were quite scoring, while Section D (long answer questions)) were of moderate level.
  • Students said that the CBSE Class 10 Maths paper followed the paper pattern of sample papers and previous year’s papers.
  • Overall, students remain hopeful that their preparation efforts will yield satisfactory results.

ALLEN Overseas Experts Review:

  • As per the experts at ALLEN, the CBSE Class 10 Mathematics board question paper was designed to assess students with varying proficiency levels in the subject.
  • The CBSE Class 10 question paper’s overall difficulty level was moderate, providing a fair evaluation for all students.
  • The experts stated that the CBSE Class 10 board Maths paper was similar to the sample question and the previous year’s question papers.
  • Overall, the question paper was easy to attempt within three hours. However, case study questions required students to invest extra effort and time.

CBSE Class 12 Mathematics Overseas Paper:

Below you will find the CBSE Class 12 Mathematics Paper Set-1, Q.P. Code 30/5/1 in PDF.

We hope the above analysis will help you. The CBSE is expected to announce the Class 10 Board results in May 2024 on its official website, Students are advised to keep an eye on the official website for regular updates related to the exam. I hope you will score good marks in your Class 10 board exams.

Best wishes for your future endeavours!

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