Attention CBSE Teachers
(9th & 10th Grades)

As per the changes announced by CBSE for 2022-23

Prepare your student to be exam-ready with our CBSE
Sample Question Banks for 9th & 10th grades (Maths & Science).
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Be Exam Ready with Navneet Question Bank for Grade 9 & 10 (Maths & Science)

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We at Navneet, believe that education at school is an important factor to shape a child’s future and that a teacher leaves no stone unturned to anchor the holistic growth of their students to make them future-ready. We take pride in being the trusted partner of the schools and teachers along this journey of building our future.
In an attempt to continue being a partner of the ecosystem, our academic team has put together a CBSE sample question bank for 9th & 10th grade in Maths & Science, based on the recently revised CBSE exam pattern.

A quick guide to the revised CBSE exam pattern:

The CBSE sample question banks created by Navneet for 9th & 10th standards in Math & Science outlay the assertion-reason type and case-based questions (chapter-wise). These will help assess the comprehension skills and critical thinking ability of students and help them in conceptual clarity. These sample question banks are curated to ease the revision for teachers & students and make them exam-ready.

The sample question papers will be a useful tool, an extension to the extra set of questions that are already given in textbooks or workbooks. The answer key is also given at the end of the sample question banks. For the convenience of our CBSE educators, we have incorporated these sample question papers 2022-23 for class 9th & 10th (Maths & Science) on NAVNEET TOPTECH’s elearning platforms – TopSchool and TopAssess.

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FAQ

Following the new National Education Policy, 2020, the CBSE has unveiled a new exam format for the Class 10 exam in 2023 that contains at least 40% competency-based questions, and for class 12th, it’s 30%. This format is for the subjects — Science, Mathematics, and English. It also states MCQs, case studies, questions with sources, and other competency-based question types would make up at least 30% of the total questions. Additionally, according to the board’s announcement, 20% of the questions will be objective-based, while the remaining 50% will be short and long-answer questions., following the current pattern.

The exams for Class 10 are expected to be conducted from February 15 to March 21, 2023. As per the new exam pattern for CBSE, every paper will carry 80 marks—with 20 marks attributed to internal assessment. As per the new exam pattern announced by CBSE, 30% of the questions in class 10 (term 1 & term 2) for 2022-23 will be competency-based, and 40% will be MCQs. The exam will last for 3 hours.

According to the 9-point grading scale, CBSE assigns grades corresponding to earned scores. CBSE will give the following grades after placing all students in ranks. Following is the grAding system breakup:

A-1Top 1/8th of the passed candidates
A-2Next 1/8th of the passed candidates
B-1Next 1/8th of the passed candidates
B-2Next 1/8th of the passed candidates
C-1Next 1/8th of the passed candidates
C-2Next 1/8th of the passed candidates
D-1Next 1/8th of the passed candidates
D-2Next 1/8th of the passed candidates
E*Essential Repeat
The competency-based questions will include various types, including case-based, assertion and reasoning, objective type, and building response types. The question banks curated by Navneet‘s academic team for class 9 & 10 give students and teachers a complete overview of the new CBSE exam pattern. Over 100+ questions that are set chapter-wise, including solutions in the end.
While breaking up the monotony, this new pattern also encourages competency-based learning, the use of learning outcomes, and experiential and enjoyable learning strategies like sports-integrated learning, art-integrated education, storytelling, etc. It also focuses on fundamental numeracy and literacy, introducing competent advisors at the secondary and senior secondary levels, and more.
You can download our CBSE Sample Question Banks for 9th & 10th grades (Maths & Science) from the form below. It includes 100+ sample questions and chapter-wise question banks delivered directly to your inbox. Additionally, you can also check other online websites and download sample papers.
The CBSE board had previously indicated that the class 10 and class 12 exams would begin on February 15, 2023, for the academic year 2022–2023.