CBSE class 12 accounting exam to be held tomorrow, direct link to check the scoring scheme of the sample papers, question banks

ByRichard C. Sloan

Dec 12, 2021


New Delhi: The Central Council for Secondary Education (CBSE) will host the Class 12 accounting exam on Monday, December 13, 2021. This year, the board is holding exams in two quarters, with the first quarter covering 50% of the streamlined curriculum. The exams for Semester 1 would be 90 minutes long and worth 40 points, depending on the format of the CBSE accounting test.

MCQs will be included in period 1 CBSE Class 12 Accounting Exam

Multiple choice questions (MCQs) will be included in the exam questions for Semester 1, including case-based and reasoning-by-assertion type MCQs. The first quarter of the CBSE exams for Class 12 began on December 1, 2021 and will run until December 22, 2021.

The Class 12 Accountancy Exam will be divided into three sections: 1, 2 and 3. Part 1 of the CBSE Accountancy Exam must be attempted by all students. Parts 2 and 3 will cover the analysis of financial statements and computerized accounting, respectively.

Direct link to check the sample documents, scoring system and class 12 CBSE question banks

CBSE Class 12 Accounting Sample 2021-22 paper: Direct link

CBSE Class 12 Accounting Scale: Direct link

CBSE Class 12 Accounting Question bank: Direct link

CBSE Class 12 Accounting Exam: Part 1

Part 1 will be divided into three sections: A, B and C. While section A includes questions ranging from 1 to 18 and section B contains questions ranging from 19 to 36, students must answer 15 questions from both. sections.

Section C of Part 1 contains questions ranging from 37 to 41. Students will be required to answer four questions out of the total.

CBSE Class 12 Accounting Exam: Part 2

Part 2 will be split into two halves – A and B. Section A has questions ranging from 42 to 48, and students have to try five of them, while Section B has questions ranging from 49 to 55, and students must meet six of them.

CBSE Class 12 Accounting Exam: Part 3

Part 3 is divided into two sections: A and B. Section A has questions from 49 to 62, although there are only five to be answered, while section B has six.

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