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CBSE Class 12 Term 2 English Paper Analysis 2022: Students Found Paper ‘Easy’

CBSE Class 12 Term 2 English Paper Analysis 2022: Students Found Paper ‘Easy’

CBSE Class 12 Term 2 English Paper analysis 2022: The Central Board of Secondary Education, CBSE Class 12 Term 2 English paper was conducted today. The initial analysis of the paper is here from students and experts. As per the responses, the paper was easy and not lengthy at all. The paper was 40 marks and students were able to solve it on time.


“Today’s English paper for the term 2 examinations was easy and not at all lengthy, me and my friends were able to complete the exam on time. There was no question which was outside the syllabus,” said Chirag Bansal, a Class 12 student at Fair Child Public School, Delhi.

“The literature section was also easy and direct, able to write the paper properly and hope I will secure full marks,” he further added.


“The overall paper was easy and direct. As compared to Term-1, this time children had the liberty to express their thoughts and interpretations, which will be evident in the variety of answers written by students in the Writing and Literature sections. The Reading Section consisted of very direct questions from the text. We expect short and crisp answers in this section,” said Gunjita Goel, a student.

“If i talk about the exam section-wise, then. Section A, Unseen passage-1 was case-based, Unseen passage 2 was fact-based, Section B’s writing was easy and direct, Section C Literature consists of short and long answers, Overall, the paper was easy but a little bit lengthy for me,” said Muskaan Garg, a student at St. Angels Sr. Sec. School.

“The English paper was balanced and as per the students’ expectations. The short-answer questions in the Literature section were direct but required a thorough understanding of the texts. Most students should have been able to tackle the long-answer questions, except perhaps the one on Aunt Jennifer’s Tigers which required some sort of higher-order thinking, “said Sreemoyee Banerjee, HOD (English)/Teaching Faculty (English – Senior Years), Shiv Nadar School, Gurgaon.


Teachers, after going through the question paper, shared that the paper was easy, entirely based on NCERT and was quite good.

“The CBSE term -2 English paper was easy, especially the writing part. In which students could express their views. And the textbook part was well-balanced. Definitely, students enjoyed their literature paper because after a long time they got a chance to express their views,” said Geetanjali, PGT English at Fair Child Public School.

“The paper was scoring as well. All the three sections in the paper were easy and direct. Students who have studied properly were able to solve it properly with no difficulty, said Nidhi Gupta, a teacher at St. Angels Sr. Sec. School.

“It was a well-balanced paper, and easy to attempt for students as well. Students who have studied thoroughly can be able to solve the exam very easily. Students completed their paper on time,” said an expert who has experience of 11 years, Priya Mohan from Head of Department- English, Seth Anandram Jaipuria School, Ghaziabad.

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