MP Board 10th and 12th Exam 2021 Pattern Changed: No Long Form Questions, 30% Objective â?? Get Details Here

Created On: Dec 24, 2020 10:36 IST
Modified on : Dec 24, 2020 10:37 IST
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MP Board 10th and 12th Exam 2021 Exam Pattern Changed: As per the latest update, the Madhya Pradesh Board of Secondary Education (MPBSE) has decided to alter the examination pattern for the upcoming Class 10 and Class 12 Board Exams 2021. The revised pattern for MPBSE Board Exam 2021 will follow the 30% reduced syllabus and also introduce some key changes to aid students.

Type of Questions

As per the details shared by the board, the new examination pattern introduces objective, subjective, and analytical questions as part of the question paper. The key change in terms of type or format of questions is introduction of objective style MCQ or Multiple Choice Questions. In addition to this, the board has also decided to do away with long format questions and instead reduced the overall length of the answers. In line with scrapping of long form questions, maximum marks for any question would be 4.

Type of Questions

No of Questions

Marks Per Questions

Word Limit

Objective Questions

30 Questions

1 Mark

 

Subjective Questions

3/5

3 Marks

75-100 words

Analytical Questions

6/6

4 Marks

125 to 150 words

 

30% Questions to be Objective

Another key change that MPBSE Board Exam 2021 will see will be introduction of 30% objective questions. Question for each subject for MP Board 10th and 12th Exam 2021 will contain at least 30 MCQs, which will be of 1 mark each.

Subjective Questions

The question papers will also contain five subjective questions that will be of three marks each. Of the total 5 subjective questions, students will have to attempt any 3. The word limit for answers for these subjective questions has been defined as 75-100 words.

Analytical Questions

The final type of question that will be part of the MP Board Exam 2021 will be analytical type which will also be the lengthiest of the lot. For each subject, a question paper will contain 6 Analytical questions of which any four will have to be answered by the students. Analytical questions will be of four marks each and students will have to answer them in 125 to 150 words.

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