HSC English first paper Marks Distribution

HSC English first paper Marks Distribution 

Total marks 100

Reading 60

Test items Marks Distribution Source
1.       MCQ (guessing meaning from context) 05 Text book
2.       Comprehension questions 10 Text book
3.       Information transfer/Flow chart 10 Text book
4.       Summarizing 10 Text book
5.       Cloze test with clues 05 Unseen
6.       Cloze test without clues 10 Unseen
7.       Rearranging 10 Unseen

 

Writing 40

Test items Marks Distribution
1.       Writing paragraph answering questions 10
2.       Completing a story 07
3.       Writing informal letters /e-mails 05
4.       Analyzing maps/graphs/charts 10
5.       Appreciating short stories/ poems

(identifying theme, subject-matter and interpretation)

08

 

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Mark distribution for HSC English 2nd Paper

HSC English 2nd Paper

The NCTB has recently published the new syllabus of the HSC English 2nd Paper. This new syllabus will be applied to the students who are going to appear at the HSC examination of 2016.

 

Class 11-12

Subject : English

HSC English 2nd Paper

The NCTB has recently published the new syllabus of the HSC English 2nd Paper. This new syllabus will be applied to the students who are going to appear at the HSC examination of 2016.

 

Subject : English

Test Items of Paper 2 and distribution of marks

 

Total marks                                                                                                                                          100

Grammar                                                                                                                                               60

Compoition                                                                                                                                           40

 

Grammar test items marks
1 Gap filling activities without clues (for articles) 5
2 Gap filling activities without clues (for preposition) 5
3 Gap filling with clues ( Special uses : was born, have to/has to, would rather, had better, let alone, what if, as if, as soon as, what’s —- like, what does —- look like, introductory ‘there’ or ‘it’) 5
4 Completing sentences (use of conditionals, phrase, and clause) 5
5 Use of verbs (right form of verbs and subject verb agreement as per context) 5
6 Changing sentences ( change of voice, sentence types, degrees) 5
7 Narrative style (direct to indirect and vice versa) 5
8 Pronoun reference/ pronoun agreement 5
9 Use of modifiers 5
10 Use of sentence connectors 5
11 Use of synonym and antonym 5
12 Punctuation 5

 

Note: Question setter will use all items from the above list and make questions of 5 marks for each question item. Test items must have contexts. Sentences which are isolated and out of context cannot be given as questions. Question setters will prepare the test items. No questions will be set from the textbook or/and any help books.

 

  Composition test items Marks
1 Formal letter / email 08
2 Report writing 08
3 Paragraphs 10
4 Free writing (200-250 words) 14