The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) has changed the format of the 10th and 12th question papers to be held in 2024. The biggest change is that 50 percent of the questions will now be on intelligence-based competencies. More analytical and concept-based questions will be asked.
The question paper will come in the form of a variety of questions MCQ, Almost 45 percent of the questions have been converted into MCQs. Each will be of one to two marks. The board has released a new set of sample papers to explain this change. It will be possible to get an idea of what kind of questions will be in the upcoming exam and how the marking system will be from this sample. This information is available in the section called Question Bank on the board’s website.