CBSE Class 12 Chemistry Previous Year Question Paper 2020

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You can use these papers to add more value to your revision/ practice time. But before you download these CBSE Class 12 Chemistry Previous Year Question Papers, have a look at the pattern that was followed to set each set in the paper.

According to the pattern of the paper, 37 questions were divided into four sections - A, B, C, and D. Students had quite a number of internal choices.

Sections Question Types No. of Questions
Section A (1m) Passage-based Questions, One Word Answer-type Questions, MCQs, and A/R Questions 20Q (20m)
Section B (2m) Short Answer-type Questions I 7Q (14m)
Section C (3m) Short Answer-type Questions II 7Q (21m)
Section D (5m) Long Answer-type Questions 3Q (15m)

Given below are the links to complete PDF files of CBSE Class 12 Chemistry 2020 Board Papers, Compartment Papers, and Marking Scheme Solutions.

CBSE Class 12 Chemistry Question Papers 2020 Solutions (Marking Scheme)
56-1-1 (Set 1, Subset 1) Solution
56-1-2 (Set 1, Subset 2) Solution
56-1-3 (Set 1, Subset 3) Solution
56-2-1 (Set 2, Subset 1) Solution
56-2-2 (Set 2, Subset 2) Solution
56-2-3 (Set 2, Subset 3) Solution
56-3-1 (Set 3, Subset 1) Solution
56-3-2 (Set 3, Subset 2) Solution
56-3-3 (Set 3, Subset 3) Solution
56-4-1 (Set 4, Subset 1) Solution
56-4-2 (Set 4, Subset 2) Solution
56-4-3 (Set 4, Subset 3) Solution
56-5-1 (Set 5, Subset 1) Solution
56-5-2 (Set 5, Subset 2) Solution
56-5-3 (Set 5, Subset 3) Solution

CBSE Class 12 Chemistry Question Papers 2020 Solutions (Marking Scheme)
56-C-1 (Compartment Set 1) Solution
56-C-2 (Compartment Set 2) Solution
56-C-3 (Compartment Set 3) Solution

These CBSE Chemistry (Code 043) 2020 Question Papers had an Assertion/ Reason question in Section A. Here’s how you can solve these type of questions:

  • Read the Question Carefully: In the same way as the other questions, you must not rush into solving this 1m question.
  • Consider Every Scenario: Think about each of the statements with an individual perspective and analyse if they can be true or false.
  • Practice More Questions: Revise and practice these types of questions as much as you can with the help of Past Year Papers, Sample Papers, and Practice Papers.


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