An easy paper with difficult problems was all that the Karnataka II PUC Physics exam all about. Both bright and the average students opined the same about the level of difficulty in this exam. 543 students were present in the exam center at Jayanagar.
How did the Karnataka II PUC Physics Exam paper go?
"The paper was over all easy but the numerical calculations were a bit tough. For those who had studied, I guess all the questions would have been easy," said a disappointed candidate. Said a parent Shylaja, " My son was apparently anxious before the Physics exam because this is one of the main subjects with a lot of theory and problems. But he had prepared well and I hope that he would have done well."
Another student Sanjana felt positive that given the level of difficulty that the subject had for the preparations, the question paper was comparatively easier. "I was expecting an altogether difficult paper but only the problems were difficult and the rest were fine."
Physics Paper Analysis
This part comprised ten one marks questions that included theory and definitions. There were no numerical questions and it was mandatory to attend all of it.
This part had eight two marks questions with a choice to answer any five. Questions on law, properties and gates were asked.
Among a total of eight questions, students were given a choice to answer any five of the three marks questions. This included questions like distinguishing and circuit diagrams.
This is the last part that had three sections with most problems. This was the toughest part of the question paper that the students had difficulty in answering. Each of the questions carried five marks.