The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) has released sample papers 2023 for class 10, 12 exams. Now students can check the CBSE Class 10th and 12th Sample Papers from the official board website and

Along with the question papers, CBSE has also released the mark scheme for all subjects.

Here is how to check CBSE 10th and 12th pattern question paper 2022-2023.

Visit the official website of CBSE Academic at

Now click on “Class X and XII Model Question Papers for Current Academic Session 2022-2023” on the main screen.

Click on the sample question paper link for class 10th and 12th in the notification.

A list of subjects will appear and students can click on any subject of their choice to view a work sample

Download the pdf page.

According to an official statement released by the CBSE, it said, “The Board releases the Model Question Papers (SQPs) and Marking Schemes for Class X and XII to provide a broad template that will serve as a guide to ensure uniformity and adequate coverage of the syllabus. In addition, SQPs provide broad insight into the design of question papers and should be used for teaching and learning in the classroom with an overall focus on promoting the application of concepts to real life and holistic learning.

Meanwhile, CBSE exams will not be conducted on the two-semester system from this year. The program for the same was released in April. CBSE officials earlier this month confirmed that the board will revert to the annual final exam system from the next academic year.

CBSE had earlier split the syllabus into two during the Covid pandemic. CBSE Semester 1 Exam 2022 was conducted in November-December 2021 and Semester 2 exams are scheduled for April-May 2022.

This was done so that at the end of the academic session, the board would have at least one exam left to prepare the results. In 2021, CBSE had to follow an alternative assessment scheme as the exams were canceled amid the second wave of Covid-19.

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