CBSE Board Sample Papers for Science


During the examination period, Student s has lots of stress on their mind and to reduce this stress of the students, CBSE Sample Papers for Science 2013 is available on our website. The main idea behind introducing sample papers is to give idea to the students about the marking system, Syllabus pattern at which questions in examination are framed and asked. From CBSE Science Sample Paper 2013, student can do practice and can attain excellent marks in the examination. The students will also learn time management skill by solving the sample question papers because in examination time management is an important tool to complete the paper on time. In the examination, Student should give point to point answers of the question to get positive impact on the examiner.  CBSE Science Sample Paper is like a guess papers which are framed by the qualified teachers of the concerned subject according to the patterns of CBSE Board.
It also gives idea about the CBSE Paper which will come in the examination. In CBSE Science Sample Papers 2013, you will find the mix of all questions taken from the previous year papers of CBSE. It contains important questions which will help the student to understand questions in better way. Mainly in board exams, these CBSE Sample Papers for Science is helpful for the students as we have also provided the manner in which answers should be given in examination. These sample papers are made by the experts who have a very good knowledge about the subject and the pattern of CBSE. You will find a huge quantity of CBSE Sample Papers for Science on our website which contains year in which that question came previously. Main classes for CBSE Science sample paper 2013 are starting from class 9th to Class 12th, but we have also given the sample papers for the lower classes.

CBSE Board Sample Papers for Science

  • CBSE Board Class 10 Sample Papers for Science

    Time: 3 Hours Max Marks: 75 General Instructions: 1. The question paper comprises of two sections, A and B. You are to attempt both the sections. 2. The candidates are advised to attempt all the questions of Section A separately and questions of Section B separately. 3. All questions are compulsory. 4. There is no overall choice. Ho...Read More

CBSE Board Sample Papers by Years for Science