The major subjects in the Karnataka II PUC exams got over with today as students fought through the Chemistry paper with their best. Receiving a mixed response, the Chemistry exam was an average paper for most students.
Out of the 657 students registered for the exam, 639 of them attended it in an exam centre at Jayanagar.
How did Karnataka II PUC Chemistry exam go?
The difficult sections in Karnataka II PUC Chemistry exam that students gave were section A and part D. Although a lot of them felt that it was the part A that was the spoiler, few others had difficulty in answering the part D questions.
"Inorganic questions were difficult. The other sections were kind of okay," said a student Padmini. For Mythilee, another student, part D was difficult and another few questions that involved diagrams were time-consuming.
Part A was considered difficult by all students as it is a part where it is mandatory to attempt all the questions, unlike other sections where unknown questions could have been left out in choice, opined students.
Chemistry Paper Analysis
This was the toughest part of the paper that students struggled to attempt. It comprised ten one mark questions that included definitions and equations.
This part had two marks questions on the graph, definitions and distinguishing between solids. Students felt it quite easy. Out of eight questions in total, students were given choice to answer any eight.
This consisted of eight 3 marks questions with a choice to answer any five. A major amount of this part were based on equations and this part was comparatively easier to other parts.
After part A, part D was reportedly difficult. It had five marks questions in two sections. Most of the questions were problems and equations.