Bangalore: II PU students breathe an easy start. While Chemistry paper was moderate and easy to score marks, Business studies turned out to be a complete easy paper.
In the chemistry paper, an average student can score up to 40-45 marks and students who were performing consistently in their college exams can easily score a centum.
The question paper pattern was same as the last years but the level of difficulty was increased by 5% especially in the questions where students had a choice. Students who had thoroughly studied the question bank can score good marks. Overall, the paper followed the prescribed blueprint and appeared easy for the students, said Dr.Milind, Vice President, Deeksha Network.
"It wasn't a hard shell to crack! The Chemistry paper was pretty easy and direct. Questions were clear without any ambiguity. I might score close to 70." said Madan T, student of Deeksha Network.
Karthik Shetty, student of Deeksha Network said, "Surprisingly many questions from the question banks had come. Moreover it was similar to the previous year's paper. I will score straight 70 in Chemistry."
Business Studies was an easy paper. An average student can score up to 50 marks. As it was a new syllabus, paper appeared completely fresh for the students but almost similar to the question papers uploaded on the PU board website. 70-80% of paper was based on the question banks. Overall many students can score centum in Business studies.
Sukruth V, student of Deeksha Network said, "The paper was too easy, we could complete the paper before the end time. Questions were pretty much direct and question banks helped us a lot. I might score more than 90".