03-24-2015, 06:41 PM
Central Board of secondary education (CBSE) is a continuation of holding Class 12 board exam session 2015. Though, English exam that kicked off the boards this year was a moderate and simple questions paperless, the rest of the row is set on a tough scale. It had conducted mathematics exam for class 12 students on 18 March. Examination does not meet the expectations of students who appeared for it. Most candidates found the paper too long and difficult to solve. Physics paper held earlier were also quite unusual and hard to be answered.
In entrance exam JEE mains 2015 added nearly 20 percent marks in percent weightage basis to determine JEE rank. Students must apply for JEE are worried about future prospects. Not only mathematics but also physics paper, this time not set on normal CBSE pattern.
Discouraged Pooja Srivastava said, "I am really worried about the outcome, even if the exam is not finished yet. Physics paper was so hard and I expected that I would score well in mathematics, but chances are lowered, since mathematics paper was also very long and difficult to solve.
"I just hope that my JEE rating not destroy because of grade 12 exams. My math paper was terrible, physics was not good either, "said Aditya Gupta, one board aspirant.
Candidates just hope for leniency in marking teachers can write to CBSE officials talking about the same.