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Class 12th Board Mathematics Exam took place today on 21st March 2018 from 10.30 am to 1.30 pm. A large number of students have appeared in Class 12th mathematics paper Exam 2018. If we talk about previous year CBSE 12th Maths paper then, the paper seems not to have come as easy it was expected. A lot of students submitted their paper with only the workings. Some didn’t get time for Calculations and some didn’t get the answers. In 2016, CBSE 12th Maths Paper was much from RD Sharma, not from NCERT. According to the sources, this year CBSE is nowhere to provide some sought of easy Question Paper. CBSE 12th Maths Exam 2018 Analysis will help you to get a better image for the Examination Paper.

PGT Mathematics, Crescent Public School, Chalakkudy, Mangal Teresa Zacharia said that ‘This year’s question paper is a boon for students,’ said. Unlike 2017 and 2016, this year students seem to be satisfied. Students are overwhelmed after going through the CBSE 12th maths question papers. After the CBSE 12th accountancy paper and tough Physics and Chemistry exam, an easy Mathematics paper surely gave students a relief**.**

## CBSE 12th Mathematics Analysis 2018

With no doubts, CBSE has maintained the high standards of mathematics paper 2018. according to the students, The paper was bit easy but the new thing was, the questions were to the point, they were tricky but solved in a one or two go! Not like last year, those students are not even sure about the answers!hence this year No leniency in the marking of CBSE 12th maths paper Exam 2018!

Most of the students felt that questions like 3D Geometry, AOD, Matrix and Relations & functions were medium to difficult. Differential equations and application of Integrations were lengthy questions but easy to solve!

We always suggest our students practice for CBSE 12th Mathematics paper more from elementary Books and nevertheless, RD Sharma. Though NCERT has a big role in CBSE syllabus of Mathematics and it is prescribed by the authorities within. But then too, mostly the paper will come from Elementary Books and RD Sharma. Previous Year, the paper was not just difficult, it was lengthy too. Hence, this is because of two circumstances. One can be solving one question again and again in order to get the answer right. And second, delaying in calculations and preparation. So, this is our CBSE 12th Mathematics Analysis 2018.

**CBSE 12th Maths Exam Pattern:**

1. The CBSE Class 12th Board Mathematics exam will comprise of 29 questions viz

- Ques.1-4 will carry 1 mark each
- Ques.5-12 will carry 2 marks each
- Ques.13-23will carry 4 marks each
- Ques.24-29 will carry 6 marks each

2. Candidates will be given internal choices in the long answer type questions in Section C & D

3. Marking scheme will be followed for each step given by the candidate and the conclusion statement and figure will carry a mark too.

### CBSE 12th Maths Paper Review 2018

All information has been updated on this web page for CBSE 12th maths paper review 2018. All information can be checked here. Students can check here that the difficulty level of the CBSE 12th Maths paper exam 2018 will be slightly average to difficult!

- CBSE 12th Maths paper Analysis 2018

### CBSE Maths 12th Paper Analysis 2018 by Experts

According to us, the Paper will not be easy to moderate. Otherwise, it can be moderate to difficult. But on the whole, we think CBSE 12th Maths Paper 2018 will be tricky and lengthy. A lot of workings and calculations will be needed to get the answers. Questions from Matrix and relative topics will be very tough and tricky as well. CBSE Maths 12th Paper Analysis 2018- expected will be as here:

Don’t expect CBSE 12th Maths Paper 2018 to be according to the Exam scheme which they have provided. The earlier year also, there was a difference in Exam Scheme/ pattern and this year too we expect the same. In 2016, the Exam Scheme Changes were as:

Linear programming Questions were of 6 marks.

Probability ( Tricky) Questions were of 10 marks.

Vectors and 3d geometry Questions were of 17 marks.

Relations and functions Questions were of 10 marks.

Algebra Questions were the moderate type but were of 13 marks.

Calculus (Most difficult) questions were of 44 marks.

Henceforth, Overall Prediction for CBSE 12th Mathematics paper is that the questions will be Moderate to difficult. Mathematics CBSE 12th Paper 2018 will be Tricky, lengthy and some questions will be out of syllabus as well. So be Prepared!

**Students Review: **

*Students said, the paper was easy but lengthy but questions were from the books prescribed by the National Council of Educational Research and Training (NCERT). Students also said the questions were easy but lengthy. There were no tricky questions. Just one or two questions from NCERT had changed names and figures. The paper was extremely lengthy. It was otherwise easy.*

### CBSE 12th Maths Exam 20th March 2018 Analysis

Around 17,00,000 students have applied for CBSE Board Examination 2018. The statistics are much higher than the previous year students appeared in the CBSE Board examination. In 2016, the highest marks acquired in CBSE 12th Mathematics was around 90-95 but hardly a less number of students got this. Despite being, that in 2016 CBSE 12th Mathematics Paper was difficult, no leniency was seen at the time of Checking the Paper. hence, this year we are expecting that CBSE will show some kind of Leniency while checking the Paper. Although, if we have a look at the Exam pattern/ Marks scheme, around 20% questions will be easy and 20% will be difficult. 60% questions will be average/ moderate. So, this is from our Team side CBSE 12th Maths Exam 20th March 2018 prediction.

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This year, 11,86,306 students are appearing for the CBSE 12th exams which are conducting at 4,138 centres across India and 71 venues abroad.