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Download CBSE class 10 English sample paper 2020-21 as PDF from myCBSEguide Mobile App. This fully solved English Sample Paper for March 2021 examination is based on COVID-19 revised syllabus for the session 2020-21. CBSE Guide is the only e-learning platform that is exclusively providing solutions to 1 crore + CBSE students since 2007.

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Why it’s So Important?

This year, CBSE has made too many changes in the question paper pattern. As per the revised curriculum document issued by CBSE for session 2020-21, there will be 50% MCQ and objective type questions. The unseen passages in CBSE Class 10 English Sample Paper 2020-21 will have only MCQs. In the same way, there are many other segments in CBSE model question papers for class 10 English that have been completely changed. So, it is very important to understand the class 10 English question paper 2020-21 pattern and prepare for exams accordingly.

Unseen Passages

As discussed, there will be two unseen passages carrying 12 questions each. Out of these 12 questions, the student will attempt 10 MCQs from each unseen passage. So, you will be getting a good internal choice here. As we know, answering MCQs is much easier than the subjective questions, the students have a golden chance to score high in this section.

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Extracts from Poem and Prose

This year, another thing that is going to make you jump with joy is the extracts from the poem and prose. There are two extract questions, one from poetry and the other from prose. And both of these have an internal choice !! Above all, both will have only MCQs. What else you need to score 100% in this section? Class 10 English Sample Paper 2020-21 will help you practice all such questions and get ready for the upcoming exams with 100% confidence.

10 Grammar questions & All MCQs

CBSE is going to ask you 10 grammar questions in MCQ format. There will be 12 MCQs and you are expected to attempt any 10 of them. Again internal choice in MCQs. This is going to be the easiest part of the examination. However, some questions from determiners and subject-verb concord may confuse you. But the internal choice will definitely save your soul here.

Subjective Questions with Internal Choice

Let’s move to part-B that consists of some subjective questions and all of them have an internal choice. Formal letters and analytical paragraphs have an internal choice. Writing 100-120 words based on some given analytical data is not so difficult. You can write some technical sentences there and score good marks without putting any extra effort into this. But make sure that you have done enough practice in writing such paragraphs. Here, myCBSEguide helps you a lot. Just download the CBSE Guide App and get a number of questions to practice.

CBSE has introduced 20-30 word answers from both the books. In class 10 English annual exam paper 2021, you will get 3 questions from the first book and 2 questions from the second book out of which 2 from each will have to be answered by you. The same way you will get 40-50 word answers from both the books too. These will carry 3 marks each. This year the long questions will carry only 5 marks each and all of them will have an internal choice.

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Maximum Marks:80Time Allowed:3 hours
General Instructions:
  1. This paper is divided into two sections: A and B. All questions are compulsory.
  2. Separate instructions are given with each section and question, wherever necessary. Read these instructions very carefully and follow them.
  3. Do not exceed the prescribed word limit while answering the questions.
Section A
1)Read the passage given below and answer the questions that follow:
I know poverty and misery and I quite appreciate by personal experience what it is to be poor, what it is to have no clothes, what it is to have no books, what it is to struggle through life, what it is to walk through the streets without an umbrella, without conveyance along miles on dusty roads. I have been through it all and I can understand the difficulties that most of you graduates have to face today. I am speaking from a long experience of 60 years. Please do not imagine that all the 60 years are milk and roses. To be able to accomplish something, I want to tell you that you have to go through such experiences.
I admit success in life is not always to be intelligent or be strong, and it is to some extent a bit of a gamble, but those who got their minds right and those who know their job sooner or later, will sooner perhaps than later make their way in life. But they should not be disappointed if they do not, they have to face up life and take it as they find it.
What I say is that the great things in life are not really great things in life. What I love is to enjoy the common things of life. I am happy that I am still able to sleep at night provided I have three miles walk in the evening. I am still able to enjoy a good lunch or a good dinner. I am still able to look at the blue sky and like it. I still like to walk in the open fields and like the smell of the Ragi or the Jowar.
We think that happiness consists of going to pictures and seeing thrilling films and technicolor dramas. Not at all, the great things in life are the God-given things which cost nothing. What you need is the desire to appreciate them. If you have your minds and hearts open, you have around your things which give you joy. There is the butterfly jumping about in flourishing colors on all sides. Look at the wonderful thing that God has given for our enjoyment.
We have to love nature and appreciate nature and appreciate her wonderful gifts, of nature’s marvelous ingenuity, its resourcefulness, and infinite variety. It is the same thing that has inspired me all my life.
  1. How had C.V. Raman’s childhood been difficult?
    1. He had lived life as a poor
    2. He had access to books only
    3. He had to run on the streets
    4. He never drank milk as a child
  2. Why has life been termed as a gamble?
    1. It disappoints you always
    2. Life is good to only hardworking people
    3. Even an intelligent or strong person is unsure of success
    4. CV Raman has lost money in this gamble
  3. How does C.V. Raman’s speech inspire us?
    1. He told us easy ways to enjoy life
    2. He told us one needs to be poor to succeed in life
    3. He told us to work day and night
    4. He told us that life is never easy
  4. What according to C.V Raman consists of happiness?
    1. Seeing thrilling films and technicolor dramas
    2. Things that cost money
    3. God-given gifts which cost nothing
    4. A graduate student’s life
  5. According to the text, what should we love?
    1. Life
    2. Gamble
    3. C.V Raman
    4. Nature
  6. Which smell did he like in the fields?
    1. Butterflies in fields
    2. Ragi and Jowar
    3. Dinner
    4. Dusty Roads
  7. What has inspired C.V Raman all his life?
    1. Gamble
    2. Family
    3. Nature
    4. Films
  8. How many years of experience does C.V Raman have?
    1. 6 years
    2. 60 years
    3. 16 years
    4. 66 years

Choose the best option from the words given below which mean the same:

  1. despair
    1. disappointment
    2. hopelessness
    3. misery
    4. distress
  2. endless
    1. unlimited
    2. continuous
    3. infinite
    4. unreachable
  3. prosperous
    1. rich
    2. flourishing
    3. wealthy
    4. fortunate
  4. exciting
    1. joyful
    2. funny
    3. exhilarating
    4. thrilling
2)Read the passages given below and answer any 10 questions that follow them:

January 26 is celebrated as Republic Day in our country. It was on this day, in 1950, the new constitution of independent India came into force and India became a democratic republic. The Constituent Assembly headed by Dr. Rajendra Prasad, with Dr. B.R. Ambedkar as the Chairman of the Drafting Committee, took more than two years to bring the world’s lengthiest constitution to its final shape.
Theenormoustask before the Constituent Assembly was to frame the basic law that would formalize India as a truly democratic nation. Democracy is aptly defined as a system of Government by the people, for the people and of the people. The founding fathers of the Constitution, therefore, had to ensure that the basic law of the land contained sufficient provisions for the fulfilment of the democratic aspirations of the people of India not only in the political sphere but also in the social and economic spheres. That explains theinclusionof a separate part in the Constitution, called the Directive Principles of State Policy.
These principles signify the fact that the framers of the Constitution were well aware of the wide gaps and inequalities that existed among the various sections of the Indian population. The Constitution makers had the wisdom to appreciate that political democracy is meaningless when an overwhelming majority of the population is historically trapped in poverty, illiteracy, ill-health and superstition. The Central and State Governments were expected to frame policies so that every citizen is assured of a decent living standard irrespective of sex, caste, religion, language and region.
The makers of our Constitution describe India as a Union of States and not as a federation. Being well conversant with the diversity of the nation in terms of the language, religion, caste and region, and its implications on the intended socio-economic development of the country as a whole, the makers of the Constitution opted for a political system in which the Central Government is equipped with overwhelming administrative, legislative and financial muscle. Most of the nations’ policies and programmes for socio-economic development originate at the Central Government, and the responsibility for their successful implementation is entrusted to the states.

  1. The programmes for the socio-economic development originate at
    1. state level
    2. regional level
    3. district level
    4. central government level
  2. The British had left behind
    1. a developed India
    2. a wealthy India
    3. a poverty-stricken, illiterate India
    4. a strong and healthy India
  3. The constitution-makers describe India as a ________.
    1. Union of states
    2. Union of nations
    3. Union of territories
    4. Union of districts
  4. The constitution-makers took more than two years to bring the world’s ________ constitution to its final shape.
    1. simplest
    2. lengthiest
    3. heaviest
    4. shortest
  5. Find the word from the passage which means the same asrecognizing the good quality of somebody.
    1. overlook
    2. appreciate
    3. disparage
    4. condemn
  6. Who is the Chairman ofthe Drafting Committee?
    1. Dr. B.R. Ambedkar
    2. Dr. Rajendra Prasad
    3. Jawahar Lal Nehru
    4. Sachchidananda Sinha
  7. Who is the Head ofthe Constituent Assembly?
    1. Dr. B.R. Ambedkar
    2. Dr. Rajendra Prasad
    3. Jawahar Lal Nehru
    4. Sachchidananda Sinha
  8. ________ is equipped with overwhelming administrative, legislative and financial muscle.
    1. State Government
    2. Constitution
    3. Central Government
    4. Supreme Court
  9. When did the Indian Constitution came into force?
    1. 1949
    2. 1947
    3. 1948
    4. 1950
  10. In how much time our Constitution made?
    1. In two years
    2. More than two years
    3. In one year
    4. More than three year
  11. Antonyms of wordenormous:
    1. insignificant
    2. mammoth
    3. vast
    4. humongous
  12. Synonyms of wordinclusion:
    1. omission
    2. oversight
    3. append
    4. preclude
3)Read the passages given below and choose the appropriate option from the questions below:
“Please don’t shout! You can shout yourself hoarse in your own house but here I must ask you to restrain yourself!”
  1. Who is the speaker of the given lines?
    (i) Natalya (ii) Lomov
    (iii) Chubukov (iv) Mrs. Chubukov
  2. What is the dispute over?
    (i) Oxen Meadows (ii) Chubukov’s house
    (iii) Birchwoods (iv) Burnt marsh
  3. What does the word‘restrain’ mean?
    (i) Restrict (ii) Oblige
    (iii) Honour (iv) Cherish
  4. Who is the speaker conversing with?
    (i) Chubukov (ii) Lomov
    (iii) Anton Chekov (iv) Lomov’s mother
  5. Which word in the given lines meanharsh?
    (i) Restrain (ii) Shout
    (iii) House (iv) Hoarse
OR
Read the passages given below and choose the appropriate option from the questions below:
While the class was circling the room, the monitor from the principal’s office brought Miss Mason a note.
Miss Mason read it several times and studied it thoughtfully for a while.
Then she clapped her hands.
“Attention, class. Everyone back to their seat.”
When the shuffling of feet had stopped and the room was still and quiet, Miss Mason said, “I have a letter from Wanda’s father that I want to read to you.”
Miss Mason stood there a moment and the silence in the room grew tense and expectant.
The teacher adjusted her glasses slowly and deliberately.
Her manner indicated that what was coming — this letter from Wanda’s father — was a matter of great importance. Everybody listened closely as Miss Mason read the brief note.
  1. Why did Miss Mason read Wanda’s father’s letter several times?
    (i) Because she studied it thoughtfully
    (ii) For she studied it unattentively
    (iii)Because she could not comprehend it
    (iv) Because it was written very shabbily
  2. What happened when Miss Mason started to read the letter?
    (i) She started laughing (ii) She started crying
    (iii) She adjusted her glasses (iv) She cleared her throat
  3. Find out a word from the passage similar in meaning toknowingly.
    (i) Deliberately (ii) Expectantly (iii) Circling (iv) Thoughtfully
  4. What can you say about Wanda’s father feelings as highlighted in the letter?
    (i) He was delighted (ii) He was petrified
    (iii) He was annoyed (iv) He was thrilled
  5. Who wrote the note?
    (i) Wanda (ii) Wanda’s father (iii) Peggy (iv) Maddie
4)Read the extract given below and choose the appropriate option from the questions below:
I wonder where they get those tokens,
Did I pass that way huge times ago and
negligently drop them.
  1. Who isIhere?
    (i)The poet (ii) Alittle child
    (iii) An animal (iv) Abird
  2. What does the poet wonder?
    (i) Animals are ferocious
    (ii) Animals have human virtues
    (iii) Animals are childlike
    (iv) Animals and humans are not very friendly to each other
  3. What makes the poet lament?
    (i) The unsympathetic attitude of humans
    (ii) Lack of innocence in humans
    (iii) The vindictiveness and heartlessness in humans
    (iv) All of these
  4. Find from the passage a word which meansenormous.
    (i) Huge (ii) Wonder
    (iii) Tokens (iv) Negligence
  5. The wordtokenrefers to ________.
    (i) Coins (ii) Gift hampers
    (iii) Virtues(iv) Symbols
OR
Read the extract given below and choose the appropriate option from the questions below:
I think I could turn and live with animals, they are
So placid and self-contained
I stand and look at them long and long.
  1. Name thepoet.
    (i) Walt Whitman(ii) Robert Frost
    (iii) Ruskin Bond (iv) WB Yeats
  2. What does the poet say about animals?
    (i) They are calm (ii) They have a pure soul
    (iii) They are self-contained (iv) All of these
  3. Trace a word from the extract that meansserene.
    (i) Placid (ii) Self- contained
    (iii) Turn (iv) Long and long
  4. The poet looks at the animals ________
    (i) Recklessly (ii) Briefly
    (iii) For a long time (iv) Angrily
  5. What does the poet intend to become?
    (i) Achild(ii) Abird (iii) An animal (iv) God
5)Answer any 10 of the following 12 questions:
1)It was so dark that I fell down the stairs last night. I ________the light.
1)need to fix
2)would fix
3)had to fix
4)should have fixed
2)Living cells exist in a variety of shapes; for example, they ________ cube-shaped or flat.
1)were
2)must be
3)have been
4)may be
3)________ I get some plates while you are cutting the cake?
1)Do
2)Let
3)Did
4)Shall
4)As the President ____ the hall, all the guests ____ to their feet to welcome him.
1)is entering / rise
2)was entering / have risen
3)entered / rose
4)has entered / were rising
5)The committee is determined not to leave _____ they have finished the project.
1)until
2)since
3)just as
4)by the time
6)She last drove a car three years ago. Since she ________ an accident, she ________ a car for three years.
1)had,hasn’t driven
2)had had,didn’t drive
3)has,hasn’t driven
4)had had,hasn’t driven
7)One of my close friends ________ us aquestion that neither of us ________ able toanswer.
1)have asked,is
2)had asked,can
3)has asked,is
4)had asked,are
8)Most of the milk________ gone.
1)have
2)were
3)are
4)is
9)The judge said to the accused, “hold your tongue”.
Reported speech: ________
1)The judge asked the accused to hold his tongue.
2)The judge told the accuse, hold your tongue.
3)The judge told the accused, hold his tongue.
4)The judge ordered the accused to hold his tongue.
10)Choose the correct reported speech of a given sentence:
“Don’t play on the grass, boys,” she said.
1)She told the boys not to played on the grass
2)She told the boys not to play on the grass
3)She tells the boys not to played on the grass
4)She tells the boys not to play on the grass
11)There is ______ water left, so drink only if you must.
1)little
2)some
3)none of these
4)much
12)Unfortunately, I haven’t got ________ time for watching TV.
1)much
2)few
3)many
4)little
Section B
6)You are Amit/Amrita residing at 12, Nepeon Sea Road, Mumbai. Taking help from the information given below, write a letter to the Editor of a national daily showing your concern at the rising number of vehicles on the roads of big cities in India. This causes not only a great inconvenience to the people but also has become a great health hazard for others. Give your suggestions for checking the number of vehicles and roads and promotionof a vehicle and affordable public transport.
OR
You are Tanya, Head Girl of Sarvodaya Kanya Vidyalaya, Palam Colony, Delhi. Write a letter to Dimple caterers, J.J. Colony, Delhito find out the rate for conducting the XII standard farewell party, enquiring about catering charges per head, service charges and advance to be paid.
7)The graph is given shows estimated sales of gold in Dubai in 2002. Write an analytical paragraph describing the line graph in around 150 words.
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The line graph shows visits to and from the UK from 1979 to 1999, and the bar graph shows the most popular countries visited by UK residents in 1999. Write an analytical paragraph by selecting and reporting the main features and make comparisons where relevant.
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8)Answer any four of the following questions in 20-30 words each:
1)What is the theme of the poem – Amanda?
2)Whydoes Natalya think the behaviour of Lomov to bestrange?
3)Did Wanda have a hundred dresses? Why did she tell Peggy that she had a hundred dresses?
4)How would you describe the pampering and overfeeding of Tricky by the rich woman Mrs. Pumphrey?
5)Give a character sketch of Griffin, the invisible scientist.
6)Why did Bholi not want to go to school first? What did sherealise later?
9)Answer any four of the following questions in 40-50 words each:
1)”On pads of velvet quiet In his quiet rage”. Who is referred to here? Why does he express his anger quietly?
2)What does Lomov say to Natalya aboutChubukov’s family?
3)What did Lencho write in the letter which he sent to God? How did he place it in the mailbox?
4)Why did Hari Singh’s heart sink when Anil met him in the morning?
5)How many types of butterflies did Ebright collect when he was in the second grade?
6)Where did the lawyer and Bill get their lunch?
10)Helen Keller’s determination to study and compete with normal children helps her to enter Radcliffe College. What does this show about her personality?
OR
How did Anne finally stop Mr. Keesing from punishing her?
11)Excess of everything is bad. Comment in the wake of Mrs. Pumphrey’s love for Tricki.
OR
Why did Matilda’s husband go out into the cold night, minutes after returning from the ball? Was he successful in his purpose?

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Which sample paper is best for CBSE 10? ›

These are the 10 best sample paper-
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CBSE Class 10 sample paper books for first term exams 2021-2022
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Which Sample Paper is Best for Class 10 CBSE 2021-22? The latest sample papers released by the CBSE Board are the best to prepare for the Class 10 Term 2 Exam 2022.

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Oswaal CBSE English, Science, Social Science & Math Standard Class 10 Sample Question Paper (Set of 4 Books) for 2023 Board Exam. This set of books for CBSE Class 10 with sample papers for 2022-23 students can be a good choice for students who want to level up their preparations in important subjects.

Are sample papers enough for boards? ›

Yes, NCERT is enough when preparing for board examinations. However, it is important not to get too confident about it. What makes boards difficult is the amount of syllabus to be learned and the time crunch while writing the paper.

Is CBSE sample paper harder than actual? ›

The Answer is “No”. Official CBSE class 12 sample papers and real board exam paper both have an equal difficulty level. For more detailed information about sample papers, visit CBSE sample papers for class 12.

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No doubt sample papers are more difficult as compared to board question paper. 1) To get comfortable with the questions pattern. 2) To cover everything within the syllabus. 3) To test our understanding.

Is sample paper more difficult? ›

In general usually, sample papers are a collection of various questions and answers regarding the topic that requires in-depth knowledge of the subject to answer them. Thus, it can be safely concluded that sample papers are not easier than actual exam papers.

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A senior official said that the news about the leak of 10th class question paper “is totally false and mischievous.” DHNS, Apr 27 2022, 17:27 ist. updated: Apr 27 2022, 17:53 ist.

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Ans: A 90 % and above score is considered a good percentage in class 10th.

Which is best Educart or Oswaal? ›

Educart is really the best book of India . I have compared educart book to oswall (which is well known book and easily available offline) and I am surprised to see that educart strictly follow sep. 2019 latest cbse pattern .

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It helps you to prioritize the chapters for your further study plan. Knowing the paper pattern can also help you plan your strategy on how you answer the questions. You will often come across students who are good at their studies and know the answers to almost all the questions asked in the exam.

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4.0 out of 5 stars Good in all most evey topic.

IS 60 is good in 10th class? ›

60% is a decent percentage but not really good according to class 10 board result standard.So you should not face much problem to get a decent college for yourself.

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There is like 50-50% chances that some questions can be repeated. But you will get to know about the same when you appear in the exam as CBSE doesn't release information about all this. So I would suggest you to practice well and give your best in your exam.

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Sample papers are a very important tool to understand the division of marks, type of questions asked and develop a familiarity with the examination patterns. "But most of all, the papers are important as they help students develop tools to divide their time between questions.

What is the passing marks of 40? ›

The minimum passing marks out of 40 is 13 marks i.e. 33% of 40.

Will only term 2 marks matter? ›

Does Term 1 marks matter? According to the new pattern, both Term 1 and Term 2 marks will make a tremendous impact on the final scores as both the scores are of equal weightage. After the release of the Class 10 Term 1 exam results, many students were in a dilemma as they did not score the expected marks.

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The moderated marks are not given to all candidates equally. - The students who fail the subject will not be granted moderated marks. - Candidate with 85% or less will be got all 10 marks.
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The CBSE Board Exams are one of the most important and also quite difficult exams for students. Even when it is strongly advised that students should not worry about the results, there are some areas and aspects which demand every student's attention.

How much do you need to score in each subject to get 95? ›

Answer. Hi dear, You have to score more than 90 in all subject or if you are between 80-90 in any one or two subject then try to score 95-99 in remaining subjects.

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To get higher marks in your exams, take thorough notes in your classes so you can use them to study. Also, try to study for at least 30 minutes every day leading up to your exams so you memorize the material. Avoid cramming for your tests the night before or you could overload your brain and forget everything.

Is 95 a good score in Class 10? ›

95% marks in aggregate are abnormal. It may be natural for a student to get 95% marks in one or two subject, which is/are his/her favourite, but getting 95% marks in aggregate is abnormal.

How much do you need to score in each subject to get 80% in 10th? ›

Explanation: To score 80 percentage u have to score 400 out of 500.

Does anyone fail class 10? ›

A new rule has been announced by the CBSE (Central Board of Secondary Education) for the students of class 10 board who will be appearing for board exams this year.

Can you fail class 10? ›

If you have failed your 10th class, you will have to leave your school with a failed certificate. The students who have failed their 10th class do not have a choice, except to repeat the same class and wait for one more year to attend the next board exams.

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Class 10th board marks doesn't matter that much when you enter into your graduation or when you complete your class 12th thereafter class 10th result marksheet is reduced to merely a birth certificate.

Is a 91% Class 10 good? ›

Is 91% good in the CBSE 2021 class 10? It is good but try to do good in 12th and competitive exams than these score.

Can I get 95% in boards? ›

Very few students believe that they can cross the 95% mark in board exams. But, it is quite achievable.

Is 74% a good marks? ›

Answer. Hi Raksha 74% is a good percentage for 10th. You don't need to stress over your marks.

Is Arihant better or Oswal? ›

Both Arihant and Oswaal are good but comparing them, Oswaal has a better range of questions. They also provide you with the best answer along with the toppers answers. They also provide the previous years papers. It will also help you understand the style of questioning of the board.

Is Arihant and Oswaal same? ›

Both Arihant and Oswaal are good but comparing them, Oswaal has a large number of questions. They also provide you toppers verified answers. They also provide the previous year's papers. It will also help you understand the pattern and the style of the board exams.

Which sample paper is best arihant or Oswal? ›

Both will clear your minor doubts. But to be honest, Arihant Sample Papers are somewhat better than the Oswal Sample papers. The quality of questions, that you will find in Arihant sample papers is better than the Oswal sample papers.

Do CBSE marks matter? ›

Getting into a prestigious college in India usually requires a high board percentage; if entrance exams are criteria, then a minimum cutoff of 60 or 75 percent is usually put by universities and institutes. Board marks matter, but not in all situations.

Are sample papers easier? ›

Specimen papers are almost never as hard as past papers.

Is CBSE the easiest board? ›

Currently, there are more than 21,271 schools in India and 220 schools in 28 foreign countries affiliated with CBSE. If you want to find out which is the easiest board in India, you can consider CBSE as the board follows only the NCERT curriculum.

Is 94% good in class 10th? ›

Dude, that's very good mark.

Is 10th marks important for future? ›

The first and most crucial step in deciding on a potential career path: Your CBSE class 10 score is the most important factor in determining whether you will be permitted to pursue your desired stream in 11th grade.

How can I become topper in 15 days? ›

Here are some of them that relax your mind are as follows.
  1. First, Find Out What Factors Are Wasting Your Time Swipe Off. ...
  2. Plan Flow Charts and Diagrams for Quick Revision. ...
  3. Prepare Those Chapters That Have a High Weight of Marks. ...
  4. Study In a Group To Solve Doubts Regarding Topics. ...
  5. Revision on What You Have Studied.
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Is a 73% Class 10 good? ›

Your score is not bad. Now if you want to continue your study further,it depends on your interest in which field youbwant to go. If you want to be an engineer,you can choose Maths, if you want to go in medical field you can choose Biology and if you have interest in banking you can choose commerce.

Is getting 90% in boards easy? ›

Getting more than 90% marks is a challenge, but these tips can help you achieve this goal with a lot of ease. Proper planning and strategies are always the best solutions during examinations. Question 1: Are NCERT syllabus sufficient for Term 2 board preparations?

Can I get science with 65 percentage? ›

Hi, The minimum percentage for go to the science stream is around 60%. you should have passed your 10th standard with at least 50% marks in all subjects from a recognised board.

Is Ncert and Oswaal enough for class 10? ›

Although NCERT textbooks are enough for board exams, they aren't good enough to score maximum in the competitive times like these. Therefore, a lot of academic experts recommend the reference CBSE Sample papers to have a robust learning approach and to score maximum in CBSE board exams.

Do Ncert questions come in board exams? ›

In fact, CBSE always recommends NCERT books for exam preparations. If you go through the previous ten years' CBSE board exam question papers, you will notice that most of the questions are from the NCERT textbooks.

Which sample paper is best for class 10? ›

These are the 10 best sample paper-
  • Oswal sample paper.
  • Educate sample paper.
  • Xam idea.
  • Arihant sample paper.
  • CBSE super 20 sample paper.
  • M.B.D sample paper.
  • All-in-One.
  • Together with.
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Which is better arihant or Oswaal sample paper? ›

CBSE, JEE, NEET, NDA

Which one is better-arihant or oswaal for sample question papers of all subjects ?? Arihant is better as it provides answers in easy way to learn and understand. So you prefer which book?

Which is better Oswal or arihant? ›

Both Arihant and Oswaal are good but comparing them, Oswaal has a better range of questions. They also provide you with the best answer along with the toppers answers. They also provide the previous years papers. It will also help you understand the style of questioning of the board.

Is Oswaal Mcq good for 10? ›

This book is great. It's very helpful as it has great answers, former toppers' answers, commonly made mistakes etc.

Is Oswaal good or all in one? ›

Oswaal is the best because Oswaal provides us a large amount of ncert exemplar questions and they all are toppers verified.

Is Oswaal English good for 10? ›

This book is the best for class 10 English to get good marks and to study in best way.

Which is better sample papers or question bank? ›

Answer. Explanation: sample paper would give you an outlook of how the board exam paper would look like. Question bank, as the name suggests, has huge number of possible questions that could come in the boards but not in a test format.

Which question bank is good for class 10? ›

Oswaal CBSE Class 10 English, Science, Social Science & Math Standard Question Bank (Set of 4 Books) If you want to go for a set of 4 books that can help you score well in the important subjects for your CBSE Class 10 board exams, this set can be a good option to consider.

Who owns Oswaal? ›

Chairman. Chairman and Creative Director at Oswaal Books, Naresh Jain has an experience in publishing that spans over 40 years. His educationist mind is the driving force behind all the successful and popular books that Oswaal launches.

Which guide is best for class 10? ›

Ans: According to the student's analysis from various mediums, S Chand (Lakhmir Singh and Manjit Kaur) and Dinesh publications are considered the best guide for Class 10th CBSE.

Is Arihant enough for boards? ›

Yes as far as board exams are concerned then any textbook prescribed by your college is good but when you go for some competition level exam like JEE mains exam then it's not sufficient . You better take the help of some other books like NCERT and Rd Sharma. Hope it helps.

Is Oswaal sample paper good or question bank? ›

Oswaal question bank is very good for studying. It can help you to score 80/80 in 4 subjects of Science, English, Social Science & Mathematics. They are so good. But Sample Question Papers are the best practice sessions for all students.

Is MTG better or arihant? ›

Mtg is quick and small book, it's focuses on main topics and not each and every topics. Arihant on the other hand, have books with very detail, details for even single word.

Is Arihant good for? ›

Arihant Books are highly recommended for JEE Mains, Advanced, and all other engineering entrance exams. The series book has more questions and question papers. Refer to only one book and study completely than referring to many books. Arihant's book series focuses more on theory.

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