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Hello Students In this article, we have discussed the English Sample Paper for Class 10. Sample Paper is most beneficial especially for the preparation of school exam. Classes 6 to 12 students need to have a great practice of all the concept and one of the best ways to achieve the same is through Sample Papers. In this article, you can get the CBSE Class 10 English Sample Paper in pdf format which is absolutely free.

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[Page Index]
1. Summary
2. CBSE 10 Study Materials
3. CBSE Class 10 English Syllabus
4. CBSE Class 10 English Sample Paper
5. Class 10 English Useful Resources
6. Scholarships Scheme
7. Olympiad Exam 2020-21
8. Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)
9. CBSE Useful Resources

CBSE Class 10 English Sample Paper Overview

Before we discussed the Class 10 Sample Paper let us check the CBSE Class 10 Summary; Below we have mentioned complete CBSE Class 10 Summary. The student is advised to check out to complete summary.

Summary

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Class 10 English Useful Resources

We have tried to bring CBSE Class 10 English NCERT Study Materials like Syllabus, Worksheet, Sample Paper, NCERT Solution, Important Books, Holiday Homework, Previous Year Question Paper etc. You can visit all these important topics by clicking the links given.

Study Materials Links HereStudy MaterialsLinks Here
English Syllabus Click HereEnglish Sample PaperClick Here
English NCERT BookClick HereEnglish Previous Year PaperClick Here
English Worksheet Click HereEnglish Marking SchemeClick Here
English NCERT SolutionClick HereEnglish Practice PaperClick Here

Class 10 English Syllabus 2020-21

Check out the latest CBSE NCERT Class 10 English Syllabus. The syllabus is for the academic year 2020-21 session. First, of all check the CBSE Class X English Syllabus in PDF formate with exam pattern. students are advised to check out the complete syllabus.

Class 10 English Exam Pattern

Here in this Section, we have mentioned the Class 10 English Exam Pattern. Students can check the Class 10 English Exam Pattern for the academic year 2020-21.

Section Particulars Total Marks
A Reading Skills 20
B Writing Skills with Grammar 30
C Literature Textbooks and Supplementary Reading Text 30
D Internal Assessment 20
Total Marks 100

NOTE:- To more information in the English syllabus to click here

Class 10 English Marking Scheme

Check out the latest Class 10 English Marking Scheme. CBSE marking scheme contains answer hints and scheme of marks distribution which gives an idea about appropriate answers in CBSE board exams. Students can check this English marking scheme, and you can also download this Class 10 English Marking Scheme.

S.No.Class 10 English Links here
1.English Language & Literature Marking Scheme (2020-21)Click Here
2.English Language & Literature Marking Scheme (2019-20)Click here
3.English Language & Literature Marking Scheme(2018-19)Click here
4.English Communicative Marking Scheme (2018-19)Click here

Class 10 English Sample Paper

Class 10 English Sample Papers for the board exam 2020-21 have been released by the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE). Also, the marking scheme and answer key for each paper is available. Students have to Download the complete Class 10 English Sample Papers in pdf for the great score in the final examination.

Example of Sample Paper

Read the extract given below and answer the questions that follow.
1. “He should be lurking in shadow,
Sliding through long grass
Near the water hole
Where plump deer pass.”
a. The poem, “A Tiger in the Zoo” is written by
(i) Leslie Norris (ii) William Blake
(iii) Peter Niblett(iv) Robert Frost
b. The tiger should be lurking in the shadow
(i) for his prey (ii) for taking rest
(iii) for leisure (iv) for scaring others
c. The deer frequents the water hole to ________________________
d. The phrase ‘lurking in the shadow’ here means ________________

NOTE: The links given below for Download Class 10 English Worksheets in pdf formate

S.No.Sample PapersDownload Here
1.English Sample Paper 1 (2020-21)Click Here
2.English Sample Paper 1 (2019-20)Click Here
3.English Sample Paper 2 (2018-19)Click Here
4.English Sample Paper 3 (2017-18)Click Here
5.English Sample Paper 4 (2017-18)Click Here
6.English Sample Paper 5 (2016-17)Click Here

CBSE 10 Study Materials

We have tried to bring all the useful links CBSE NCERT Study Materials like Syllabus, Worksheet, Sample Paper, NCERT Solutions, Marking Scheme, Important Books, Holiday Homework, Previous Year Question Papers and Study Materials. You can visit all these important links by clicking links/Icons given.​

Study MaterialsLinksStudy MaterialsLinks
SyllabusClick HerePrevious Year PaperClick Here
BooksClick HereRevision NotesClick Here
Exemplar BooksClick HereLAB ManualClick Here
NCERT SolutionClick HereMarking SchemeClick Here
Holiday HomeworkClick HerePractice PaperClick Here
WorksheetClick HereStudy MaterialsClick Here
Sample PaperClick Here

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Scholarships Scheme

The scholarships recognize merit and talent of students. Students may apply for the Scholarships at the beginning of the academic year. School/College may offer a scholarship to a deserving candidate under the following categories.

  • School/College Merit Scholarships.
  • Students belonging to the economically weaker sections may ask for fee concession (*depends on the School/college administrations).
  • Merit cum means based scholarships are also awarded by the college to deserving students.
  • Merit & National Scholarships for brilliant students under Central & State Govt.

NOTE:- Check the various Top scholarship scheme in India

ScholarshipLinks Here
Central Scholarship in IndiaClick Here
Top Scholarship in IndiaClick Here

Olympiad Exam 2020-21

Here in this session, we provide the Olympiad Exam 2020-21. You can see the Olympiad Exam.

OlympiadLink HereOlympiadLink Here
Class 1Click HereClass 7Click Here
Class 2Click HereClass 8Click Here
Class 3Click HereClass 9Click Here
Class 4Click HereClass 10Click Here
Class 5Click HereClass 11Click Here
Class 6Click HereClass 12Click Here

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)

Q. Are the grades of classes 9th and 10th combined for CGPA?

A. No, grades of classes IX and X are not combined for CGPA. CGPA grade is allotted in class X only, and reflected in ‘Grade Sheet Cum Certificate of Performance’.

Q. Would school show the answer sheet of classes IX and X to the students?

A. Schools are advised to show the answer sheets of SAI & II of class IX and SA I of class X to the students for their benefit and satisfaction. However, they may take it back for maintaining a record for some time.

Q. How is CGPA calculated?

A. The Cumulative Grade Point Average (CGPA) is the average of Grade Points obtained in all the subjects (excluding additional 6th subject) as per Scheme of Studies.
An indicative equivalence of Grade Point and percentage of marks is computed as follows:
Subject wise indicative percentage of marks =9.5x GP of the subject Overall indicative percentage of marks =9.5x CGPA

Q. 10. Is the level of difficulty of Class 10 boards similar to the school exams conducted as part of the School-Based Assessment (SBA)?

A. Yes, the Board ensures that the design, blueprint and difficulty level of both the examinations, whether conducted by the school (under Scheme 1) or by the Board (under Scheme 2) is the same.

Q. How many chances are there for the compartment examination in class XII?

A. There are subsequent three chances of compartment examination in class XII i.e., if a candidate appeared for 2020 examinations and placed in compartment then he can appear in July the same year, Second Chance in March/April and Third Chance in July of next year.

Q. Can a candidate simultaneously appear for Improvement as well as Additional subject examination?

A. No, a candidate appearing for Improvement of Performance in one or more subjects cannot appear for additional subject simultaneously.

Q. What is the major difference between the school-based exam and board exam?

A. The syllabus and question paper design for Summative Examination II conducted by the Board & by the schools is the same as prescribed by CBSE for the second term. The only difference is that students of school-conducted examination appear in their own school whereas those of Board conducted appear in the allotted centre. The answer copies of Board-conducted examination are centrally evaluated at designated centres whereas those of school-based, by the school teachers based on the marking schemes supplied by the Board.

Q. Will the results for CBSE Class X and School-Based Exams SA2 be announced at the same time or separately? Is there any discrimination for admission in class XI?

A. The results for the CBSE-conducted and school-conducted Summative Assessment examination will be declared at the same time. As far as the CBSE is concerned, there is no discrimination between students who opt for Board-conducted examination or school-conducted examination for admission to Class XI.

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