Example of a CBSE Class 12 accounting document in multiple choice format: Ready for the exam on December 13?
View a sample class 12 CBSE accounting document prepared by teachers at Shiv Nadar School (Noida) in MCQ format for the first term board exam scheduled for November-December. Solve this sample CBSE paper to see if you can get a score of 100%.
View a sample class 12 CBSE accounting document prepared by teachers at Shiv Nadar School (Noida) in MCQ format for the first term board exam scheduled for November-December.
The sample CBSE tests for the board exam for Semester 1 scheduled for November-December were released a month ago and this time it is essential that students practice as many sample tests as possible due to major model change by the board.
Jury exams are ongoing in a brand new format of 90 minute exams and OMR answer sheets. The CBSE board reviews have gone well so far.
Scroll down to view the CBSE Class 12 Accountancy sample paper in QCM format with solutions.
New CBSE Board Exam Model
Starting in the 2021-22 academic year, the CBSE will hold two board exams in a year, quarter 1 in November-December and quarter 2 in March-April.
The program will be split in two between the two terms. Quarter 1 will consist of 90-minute exams comprising only multiple choice questions.
Semester 2 will consist of 120 minute exams comprising both subjective and objective questions.
Students will be required to complete the OMR sheets with a pen and an additional circle will be provided for each question.
Check out more details on the new CBSE board exam template and 2022 board exam date sheet here.
The CBSE Class 12 accounting exam is scheduled for December 13.
Here is an example of a class 12 CBSE accounting document prepared by the Shiv Nadar school (Noida) in multiple choice format:
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