ICSE 10th exam pattern 2020 - Students appearing in ICSE class 10th exam can check ICSE class 10th exam pattern 2020 on its official website cisce.org. Students should go through the entire ICSE 10th exam pattern 2020 to know the marking scheme and topics which are to be asked in the ICSE 10th Exam. In the ICSE 10th exam pattern 2020, the marking scheme for some subjects will be 80% for external marks and 20% for internal marks. Whereas the marking scheme for others will be 50% for external marks and 50% for internal marks. The final marks for any subject will be the aggregate of both external and internal marks. The CISCE board follows the latest exam pattern to prepare the ICSE 10th question paper, hence students are advised to go through it. Read the complete article to know more about the ICSE 10th exam pattern, marking scheme and syllabus.
The exam will be held in offline mode and there will be a total of seven subjects in which students have to appear. According to ICSE 10th exam pattern 2020, these subjects are divided into three groups-
Group I comprise of 4 compulsory subjects
Group II will have 2 optional subjects
Group III will have 1 optional subject.
Subjects under different groups
Group I (80% marks external exam + 20% marks internal exam)
History, Civics, Geography
Second Language (one/two)
Group II (80% marks external exam + 20% marks internal exam)
Science (Physics, Chemistry, Biology)
A Classical Language
A Modern Foreign Language
Group III (50% marks external exam + 50 % marks internal exam)
Technical Drawing Applications
Students should go through the complete ICSE 10th syllabus to have a better understanding about the subjects and topics to be asked in the exam. Complete ICSE 10th exam pattern 2020 and a list of subjects for all the three groups are given below.
As per the latest ICSE 10th exam pattern 2020, group I includes all the compulsory subjects namely English, History, Civics, Geography, and a second language number. The question paper consists of 80 marks and the duration of the exam will be 2 hours. The details of each subject are as follows:
This subject will have two papers– language and literature skills.Paper I - Language skills - It includes composition, letter, unseen passage, and grammar questionsPaper II - literature includes drama, prose, poetry from prescribed textbooks
80 marks for each paper
Long and short answer type questions will be asked from the prescribed textbook
Short answer type questions, questions based on the world map, long answer questions including sketches, diagrams, charts, and graphs
Question paper will be divided into two sections A and B.
Section A includes language skills- Composition, Letter, Comprehension, and Grammar
Section B includes questions from prescribed textbooks
80 Marks (40 Marks for section A and 40 marks for section B)
There are 7 subjects in group II out which students have to choose any two subjects. According to the ICSE 10th exam pattern 2020, the question paper will be of 80 marks and exam duration varies from 3 hours, 2.5 hours and 2 hours for different subjects.
Section A: Compulsory short answer type questions of 40 marks
Section B: 40 marks for 4 questions out of 6 questions
2 hours for each paper
Section A: Compulsory short answer type questions of 40 marksSection B: 40 marks for 4 questions out of 6 questions
Section B: 40 marks for 4 questions out of 7 questions
Section A: Compulsory short answer type questions of 40 marks,Section B: Choice of 4 questions which require detailed answers of 40 marks
Questions on elementary Sanskrit grammar, unprepared translation from English into Sanskrit consisting of short prose sentences and unprepared translation from Sanskrit into English
Modern Foreign Language
5 questions based on Unseen comprehension, translation into English language, grammar, letter and composition
As mentioned in the ICSE 10th exam pattern 2020, in group III, students have to choose 1 subject only. The duration of the exam will be either 2 hour or 3 hour, depending upon your choice of subject.
Section A: Compulsory short answer type questions
Section B: detailed answer type questions (this section will have choice)
Section A: Compulsory short answer type questions of 40 marks,
Section B: detailed answer type questions of 60 marks (this section will have choice)
Section A: Compulsory short answer type questions,Section B: detailed answer type questions (this section will have choice)
Section A: Compulsory short answer type questions,Section B: detailed answer type questions (this section will have choice- 4 questions need to be answered)
4 papers out of which a candidate needs to opt for two, based on drawing/painting from still life, drawing/ painting from nature, Applied Art, Original Imaginative Composition in Color
100 marks for each paper
Section A: Vocal Music
Section B: Instrumental Music
Section C: tabla
Section B: detailed answer type questions (this section will have choice- 4 questions need to be answered)
Section A: 3 out of 5 questions, Section B: 2 out of 3 questions
Section A: questions based on health, hygiene and first aid
Section B: question based on rules, skills, methods of fitness training of any two team games- Cricket, football, Handball, Hockey, Basketball, Volleyball, softball.
Section A: 40 marks compulsory questions
Section B, C, D: 20 marks each with the choice to attempt two questions
In the ICSE 10th exam pattern 2020, it is mentioned that there are a few combinations of subjects, which students are not allowed to opt for. Given below are those combinations:
Environmental Science in Group II and Environmental Applications in Group III.
Economics in Group II and Economic Applications in Group III.
Commercial Studies in Group II and Commercial Applications in Group III.
Sanskrit as a second language in group I and Sanskrit as a classical language in group II.
Modern Foreign Language must be a different language for all the groups. .
Here are some points which students should keep in mind while registering for ICSE 10th exam 2020.
Students have to choose their optional subjects during the registration of class IX only. It is not allowed to change the subjects further in class X.
Apart from the 2 optional subjects, students can also choose one additional subject from group II.
Students have permission to opt for one additional secondary language if they have already chosen Hindi as one of the second languages.
Exam preparation tips
Before starting the preparation, read the complete syllabus and ICSE 10th exam pattern 2020 thoroughly.
Complete the syllabus at least one or two months before the commencement of examination.
Check ICSE 10th time table 2020 and make plan you study schedule accordingly.
By following the latest ICSE 10th exam pattern 2020 and practicing more with previous year papers and sample papers, students will have better ICSE 10th results 2020.
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The roll number od ICSE 10fh Board exam is your Unique ID, the ID with which you have checked your class 10 board results. Yes, it is required while feeling the form of any competitive examination. So, it is required while filling the JEE forma too.
You need to go to the court and get a affidavit done to change your name. As for the board certificate, it is suggested that you change it before appearing for the boards and not after. You need to contact your school for it, and it will be done but fine will be charged.
To change the name in your certificate after ICSE, it will be a lengthy process and you will need a good advocate. If you don't change your name in the certificate, it will create problems at places where the class 10 boards certificate is needed. All the best!
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Unit 1- electrostatic
Unit 2: current electricity
Unit 3: magnetic effects of current and magnetism
Unit 4: electromagnetic induction and alternating current
Unit 5: electromagnetic waves
Unit 6: optics
Unit 7: dual nature of matter and radiation
Unit 8: atoms and nuclei
Unit 9: electronic devices
Unit 1: solid state
Unit 2: solutions
Unit 3: electrochemistry
Unit 4: chemical kinetics
Unit 5: surface chemistry
Unit 6: general principles and process of isolation of elements
Unit 7: p block elements
Unit 8: d and f block elements
Unit 9: coordination compounds
Unit 10: haloalkanes and haloarenes
Unit 11: alcohol, phenol and ethers
Unit 12: aldehydes, ketones and carboxylic acids
Unit 13: organic compounds containing nitrogen
Unit 14: biomolecules
Unit 15: polymers
Unit 16: chemistry in everyday life
Unit 1: reproduction
Unit 2: genetic and evolution
Unit 3: biology and human welfare
Unit 4: biotechnology and it's application
Unit 5: ecology and environment
In AIIMS MBBS 2019, Aptitude and Logical Thinking section contains 10 questions that tests students reasoning ability which can be practiced witht the help of reference books and previous years’ question papers.
JIPMER Syllabus from Class 11 – Physics
JIPMER Syllabus from Class 11 – Chemistry
JIPMER Syllabus from Class 11 – Biology
Diversity in Living World
Structural Organisation in Animals & Plants
Cell Structure & Function
JIPMER Syllabus from Class 12 – Physics:
Dual Nature of Matter & Radiation
Magnetic Effects of Current & Magnetism
Atoms & Nuclei
Electromagnetic Induction & Alternating Currents
JIPMER Syllabus from Class 12 – Chemistry
Haloalkanes & Haloarenes
Alcohols, Phenols & Ethers
Aldehydes, Ketones & Carboxylic Acids
Organic Compounds Containing Nitrogen
Isolation of Elements
p- Block Elements
d & f Block Elements
Chemistry in Everyday Life
JIPMER Syllabus from Class 12 – Biology:
Biotechnology & Its Applications
Genetics & Evolution
Ecology & Environment
Biology & Human Welfare
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1 Reading Unseen Passages & Note Making
2 Writing Skills
3 Literature and Long Reading
JIMPER Syllabus For Logical Reasoning & Quantitative Aptitude
The JIPMER Syllabus for logical reasoning and quantitative aptitude is given below
1 Theme Detection
2 Coding and Decoding
3 Quantitative Aptitude
5 Figure Completion Test
6 Number and Alphabetical Series
7 Blood Relationships
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