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March 21, 2009

Class 12 CBSE students find maths paper easy but lengthy



New Delhi: Students of Class 12 of Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) on Saturday were not satisfied with the mathematics paper. Many found it easy but lengthy.

"The paper was easy but lengthy and I was not able to finish it. I left a five mark question as I could not get the time to solve it," said Arpit Aggarwal, a Class 12 student of Bal Bhawan, Laxmi Nagar, in east Delhi.

Another student, Rakshit Gupta, said: "The paper was easy and most of questions were from the textbook. However, questions were time-taking though I managed to finish it completely."

This year over 1.45 million students are sitting for the board examinations in over 5,000 centres across the country and abroad. Of them, 824,438 students are Class 10 students and 637,578 students are of Class 12.

According to CBSE counsellors, this year most of the CBSE papers were lengthy. "This was a general trend this year as even physics and accountancy paper was lengthy. I spoke to a few students and they found it easy and lengthy," said counsellor Geetanjali Kumar. IANS

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