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Karnataka II PUC Mathematics Exam Paper Analysis

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Karnataka II PUC Mathematics exam was unlike the other previous exams that were quite easy for the students. The paper was reportedly difficult and students pointed at Part C as a spoiler with unexpected and tricky questions.

Karnataka II PUC Mathematics Exam Paper Analysis

How did the Karnataka II PUC Mathematics exam go?

Although the exam went on smoothly according to the invigilators, many students felt that the paper was too lengthy that they could not even finish it on time. "Part B and C were bad. It was a very long paper and I am depressed," said a girl student who did not want to be named.

However, the bright students seemed to have handled even this tough paper. "It was indeed a difficult paper but I performed well," said Rakshitha Shiva, a candidate. "However, there is only little scope to score 100," she added.

For Amrutha Muralidharan who had taken up Math tuitions for the PUC exams, the paper turned out to be okay although she dreaded the results of her Part C answers.

Mathematics Paper Analysis

Part A

This part comprised one mark questions, mostly formulae and simple calculations. There were totally ten questions.

Part B

This was a little tedious section comprising 14 two marks questions with a choice to answer any ten. Each question carried two marks.

Part C

Part C was the toughest in the paper with students reporting it to be unexpected and confusing. They were asked to attend any ten three marks questions in this section.

Part D

Students had the option to write any six out of the ten given questions. This is the section that was a breather for students after the tricky part c. Students found this part reasonably answerable.

Part E

This is the last part that carried ten marks. Only two questions were given with a choice to answer any one.

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