New Delhi, Feb 26: The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) will hold board exams for class 12 from March 5. The examination of English Elective (NCERT) will be held on March 5. Here’s a sample paper of English Elective subject. The question paper is divided into four categories. The Section A (Reading) is of 20 marks, Section-B- Writing and Grammar 30 marks, Section C- Literature 30 marks and Section D- Fiction 20 marks. Also Read - CBSE Exams 2020 Results: This is How Board Will Calculate Marks of Class 10, 12 Students
Solve the sample paper for the better understanding of the question paper, types of question and time management during the exam. Firstly, read the question paper thoroughly. Attempt those questions first of which you know the answers. Higher mark questions should also be given priority. Also Read - CBSE Board Exam Results to be Declared by July 15; Supreme Court Approves Assessment Scheme
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During the last days of exams, just revise the topics that you know better and avoid starting anything new. Remember, marks don’t decide your future. Good luck.