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CBSE Class 10 Term 1 Exam Guidelines Changed! Students Are Advised To Follow The Changes Made In The Syllabus And Guidelines

Updated on 30 October 2021
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Updated on 30 October 2021

Looking for Guidelines and Important updates on the two-exam policy for the Class 10 Board exams?


As per the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE), the academic year 2021-2022 is split into two terms. The board exams will be held at the end of each term, where students are expected to look forward to CBSE exam tips and guidelines to get good marks.


Students must understand the changes made to academic terms, syllabus, examination schedule, paper patterns, and guidelines for the Board Exam 2021-2022. Let us go over a few key points to ensure clarity and to begin preparations for CBSE Class 10 Term 1 syllabus exams and Term 2 syllabus Exams. 



CBSE Class 10 Term 1 exams complete guidelines and rules


  1. Skill Subjects examinations (MCQ) will begin on November 15, 2021, and Major Subjects examinations (Detail Question-Answer) will begin on November 24, 2021.
  2. For both Term 1 and Term 2 examinations, students are required to follow COVID 19 related protocols.
  3. The OMR sheet would need to be downloaded from the CLOUD.
  4. Password-protected question papers will be delivered to the school/exam centers directly in the morning.
  5. The CBSE has divided the Class 10 board exams into two terms: Term-I (15th November 2021) and Term-II (March/April 2022).
  6. The CBSE Class 10 Term 1 syllabus has been cut down to 30%.
  7. The Term 1 exams will have MCQ-based questions.
  8. The CBSE term 1 exam will be conducted for 90 minutes.
  9. Students must reach the exam center at least 1 hour before the exam time.
  10. The schools will carry out the practical exam for Term I, and CBSE will conduct the practical exam for Term II.
  11. The student's total marks will be calculated by his/her performance in both Terms I and II exams. 
  12. Each question in the MCQ exam format will carry equal marks.
  13. According to the Covid-19 protocol, seating arrangements for 12 students will be made in a single room.
  14. There will be one evaluator for every 500 students in a center. Two evaluators will be appointed for more than 500 students.
  15. The City Coordinator will assign observers and shift them as needed/requested.
  16. By 1.30 PM, the OMR sheet must be submitted to the exam control room.
  17. The analysis will be between 1.30 p.m to 5 p.m.
  18. The OMR Sheet can be checked by any subject teacher.
  19. If the dark circle on the answer sheet does not tally, the handwritten answer will be final.
  20. Evaluator will upload the number of correct answers.
  21. Answer Key will be publicly available by 1:30 p.m.
  22. The analysis will take place at the exam centers, and OMR sheets must be submitted to the CBSE Regional Office by 5 p.m. on the same day.
  23. Carrying an Admit Card and a National Id to the exam center is mandatory.
  24. It is compulsory to appear for CBSE class 10 Term 1 Syllabus exams. 
  25. CBSE will consider the Term 1 exams marks at the time of result declaration next year April/May. 


We have provided you with the Guidelines and Rules regarding CBSE Class 10 exams in the article above. Also, Students are suggested to exercise the CBSE Class 10 Term 1 syllabus with Sample papers to improve the speed and to gain confidence before appearing for the final exams. 


Good Luck!!


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