Karnataka 2nd PUC Chemistry re-examination was conducted today. Students who appeared for the exam were a happy after writing an easy Chemistry exam.
Chemistry re-examination has been held following the question paper leak for the 2nd time.
Analysing the paper Dr Milind, Vice-President, Deeksha Network said with about 86% of the questions being easy and 14% tough scope for students to score centum, which for sure has made students happy after a stressful month of examination. An average student can score 40-45 and in line with the blue print, he added.
1. Dhanush S Bhargav - Deeksha Network
The paper was easier than the one we had written earlier and was also easier than expected. There were no errors as such in the questions however I felt there were some spelling errors. I'm expecting to score around 68 marks. I had enrolled for VIT entrance and my exam was scheduled yesterday, however I could not take it up due to the PU exam re-scheduling as my centre (Gandhi Nagar) is very far off from were I stay and I also wanted to prepare for today's exam.
2. Nithin Ram G V - Deeksha Network
Error free paper:
I was expecting a tough paper today however was happy to get an easy one. I had done my preparations well in advance as I knew I could only revise yesterday since my VIT entrance exam was scheduled yesterday. There were no errors in the paper and it was in line with the blue print. I'm expecting to score somewhere around 67 marks.
3. Ramya R Kotiyan - Deeksha Network
Paper was in line with the blue print:
It was easier than the first paper we had written, though all of us were expecting a difficult paper since the paper got leaked twice and exams were postponed. The paper was in line with the blue print and there were no errors. I had just revised important questions and gone through the hand book. I'm now focussing on preparations for upcoming competitive exams CET & COMED-K. I'm expecting to score full marks.