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Mathematics KSEEB Model Question Paper Analysis 2020 

Analysis of Model Paper 1 and 2 is done Question wise so it help students to Plan their Preparations to achieve Good Scores in Upcoming Exams 

QUESTION PAPER ANALYSIS 

Question Number Type of Question Model Paper 1 Model Paper 2
1 Multiple Choice Question  Real Numbers Pair of Linear Equations 
2 Multiple Choice Question Introduction to Trigonometry Real Numbers
3 Multiple Choice Question Circles Introduction to Trigonometry
4 Multiple Choice Question Surface Area and Volumes Co-Ordinate Geometry 
5 Multiple Choice Question Polynomials Circles 
6 Multiple Choice Question Arithmetic Progression Arithmetic Progressions 
7 Multiple Choice Question Triangles Probability 
8 Multiple Choice Question Probability Applications of Trigonometry
9 1 Mark Question  Polynomials Real Numbers
10 1 Mark Question  Quadratic Equations Quadratic Equations 
11 1 Mark Question  Arithmetic Progression Introduction to Trigonometry 
12 1 Mark Question  Triangles  Co- Ordinate Geometry 
13 1 Mark Question  Real Numbers   Probability 
14 1 Mark Question  Introduction to Trigonometry    Area related to Circles 
15 1 Mark Question  Introduction to Trigonometry    Surface Area and volumes
16 1 Mark Question  Surface Area and Volumes   Area related to Circles 
17 2 Marks Question  Real Numbers    Real Numbers
18 2 Marks Question  Pair of Linear Equation in two Variables    Triangles (Internal Choice)
19 2 Marks Question  Quadratic Equations   Pair of Linear Equations in Two Variables 
20 2 Marks Question   Co – Ordinate Geometry   Constructions 
21 2 Marks Question   Triangles (Internal Choice)  Polynomials 
22 2 Marks Question   Probability   Surface area and Volumes (Internal Choice)
23 2 Marks Question   Constructions   Area related to Circles
24 2 Marks Question   Introduction to Trigonometry (Internal Choice)  Surface area and Volumes 
25 3 Marks Question   Arithmetic Progression (Internal Choice)  Quadratic Equation 
26 3 Marks Question    Polynomial  Arithmetic Progression 
27 3 Marks Question   Quadratic Equations (Internal Choice)  Co – Ordinate Geometry (Internal Choice)
28 3 Marks Question    Co – Ordinate Geometry   Circles
29 3 Marks Question    Circles  Surface area and Volumes (Internal Choice)
30 3 Marks Question    Areas related to Circles (Internal Choice)  Pair of Linear Equations in two variables 
31 3 Marks Question    Statistics  Statistics
32 3 Marks Question   Statistics   Arithmetic Progression
33 3 Marks Question   Construction   Quadratic Equations (Internal Choice)
34 4 Marks Question   Pair of Linear Equation in two variables   Arithmetic Progression (Internal Choice)
35 4 Marks Question   Arithmetic Progression (Internal Choice)  Statistics
36 4 Marks Question   Applications of Trigonometry  Introduction to Trigonometry
37 4 Marks Question   Triangles   Construction 
38 5 Marks Question   Surface Area and Volumes   Triangles 
     

On basis of KSEEB Model Papers 1 And 2 Analysis

TARGET PASS (Score Easy 41 Marks) by Prepare following Chapters

S.N Chapter  Number of Marks 
1 Real Numbers 4
2 Polynomials 5
3 Statistics 6
4 Co – ordinate Geometry 5
5 Probability  3
6 Construction 5
7 Pair of Linear Equations 6
8 Theorem Proof (Triangles & circles)  7
41

TYPE OF QUESTIONS

S.N Type of Questions Number of Questions Marks
1 MCQ 8 8
2 1 Marks Questions 8 8
3 2 Marks Questions 8 16
4 3 Marks Questions 9 27
5 4 Marks Questions 4 16
6 5 Mark Questions 1 5
38 80

DIFFICULTY LEVEL

S.N Level Marks
1 Easy 24
2 Average 40
3 Difficult 16
80
CHAPTER WISE MARKS 
S.N Chapters  Marks 
1 Real Numbers 04
2 Pair of Linear Equation in Two variables, Arithmetic Progression, Polynomials, Quadratic Equations  26
3 Introduction to Trigonometry, Applications of Trigonometry  09
4 Co-Ordinate Geometry  05
5 Statistics, Probability  09
6 Triangles, Circles, Constructions  17
7 Areas related to Circles, Surface area and Volumes  10
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Science KSEEB Model Question Paper Analysis 2020 

Analysis of Model Paper 1 and 2 is done Question wise so it help students to Plan their Preparations to achieve Good Scores in Upcoming Exams 

QUESTION PAPER ANALYSIS 

Question Number Type of Question Model Paper 1 Model Paper 2
1 Multiple Choice Question  Control and Co ordination Life Process
2 Multiple Choice Question Electricity Acids, Bases and salts
3 Multiple Choice Question Light – Reflection and Refraction Magnetic Effects of Electric current
4 Multiple Choice Question Metals and Non Metals  Sources of Energy
5 Multiple Choice Question Management of Natural Resources Control and co ordination
6 Multiple Choice Question Carbon and its Compounds Our Environment 
7 Multiple Choice Question Magnetic effects of Electric Current Acids, Bases and salts 
8 Multiple Choice Question Acids, Bases and Salts Carbon and its Compounds
9 1 Mark Question  Electricity Electricity 
10 1 Mark Question  How do organism reproduce? Carbon and its Compounds
11 1 Mark Question  Electricity Magnetic Effects of Electric current
12 1 Mark Question  Light – Reflection and Refraction  Life Process
13 1 Mark Question  Our Environment Magnetic Effects of Electric Current
14 1 Mark Question  Chemical Reactions and Equations Our Environment 
15 1 Mark Question  Acids, bases and Salts Acids, Bases and salts
16 1 Mark Question  Metals and Non Metals  Chemical reactions and Equations 
17 2 Marks Question  Control and Co ordination How do organisms reproduce (Diagram)
18 2 Marks Question  Electricity (Diagram) Carbon and its Compounds (Internal Choice)
19 2 Marks Question  Metals and Non Metals (Internal Choice) Metals and Non Metals (Diagram)
20 2 Marks Question  Metals and Non Metals (Diagram) Light – Reflection and Refraction (Diagram)
21 2 Marks Question  Life Process (Internal Choice) Sources of Energy
22 2 Marks Question  Life Process (Diagram) Life Process
23 2 Marks Question  Acids, Bases and Salts (Diagram) Carbon and its Compounds
24 2 Marks Question  Our Environment Magnetic Effects of Electric Current
25 3 Marks Question  Magnetic Effects of Electric Current (Internal Choice) Light – Reflection and Refraction (Diagram)
26 3 Marks Question   Our Environment Chemical reactions and equations
27 3 Marks Question   Sources of Energy Light – Reflection and Refraction (Internal Choice)
28 3 Marks Question   Acids, Bases and Salts Periodic Classification of Elements (Internal Choice)
29 3 Marks Question   Control and Co ordination Metals and Non Metals 
30 3 Marks Question   Carbon and its Compounds Life Process (Internal Choice)
31 3 Marks Question   Heredity and Evolution  Control and Co ordination (Diagram)
32 3 Marks Question  Light – Reflection and Refraction  Magnetic Effects of Electric current 
33 3 Marks Question  Chemical Reactions and Equations Management of Natural Resources
34 4 Marks Question  Life Process (Diagram) Heredity and Evolution 
35 4 Marks Question  Periodic Classification of Elements  Human Eye and colourful world
36 4 Marks Question  Electricity  Acids, Bases and Salts 
37 4 Marks Question  How do organisms reproduce? Electricity 
38 5 Marks Question  Human Eye and colourful World  How do organisms Reproduce?

On basis of KSEEB Model Papers 1 And 2 Analysis

TARGET PASS (Score Easy 49 Marks) by Prepare following Chapters

S.N Chapter  Number of Marks 
1 Diagrams  12
2 Chemical Reactions and Equations  04
3 Our Environment  03
4 Management of Natural Resources 04
5 Sources of Energy 02
6 Control and Co ordination 04
7 How do Organisms reproduce? 03
8 Acids, Bases and Salts  04
9 Human Eye and Colourful world  04
10 Periodic Classification of Elements  03
11 Metals and Non Metals  06
43

TYPE OF QUESTIONS

S.N Type of Questions Number of Questions Marks
1 MCQ 8 8
2 1 Marks Questions 8 8
3 2 Marks Questions 8 16
4 3 Marks Questions 9 27
5 4 Marks Questions 4 16
6 5 Mark Questions 1 5
38 80

DIFFICULTY LEVEL

S.N Level Marks
1 Easy 24
2 Average 40
3 Difficult 16
80
CHAPTER WISE MARKS 
S.N Chapters  Marks 
1 Chemical Equations / Acids, Bases and salts / Metals and Non Metals / Carbon and its Compounds / Periodic Classification of Elements 31
2 Life Process / Control and Co ordination / How do organisms reproduce? / Heredity and Evolution  28
3 Light – Reflection and Refraction / Human Eye and Colourful World  14
4 Electricity / Magnetic Effects of Electric Current  17
5 Sources of Energy / Our Environment / Management of Natural Resources  10
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English KSEEB Model Question Paper Analysis 2020 

Analysis of Model Paper 1 and 2 is done Question wise so it help students to Plan their Preparations to achieve Good Scores in Upcoming Exams 

QUESTION PAPER ANALYSIS 

Question Number Type of Question Model Paper 1 Model Paper 2
1 Multiple Choice Question Question Tag Language Function
2 Multiple Choice Question Appropriate Word Active and Passive Voice
3 Multiple Choice Question Infinitive  Question tag
4 Multiple Choice Question Language Function If Clauses
5 Grammar & vocabulary  Tense forms Tense Form
6 Grammar & vocabulary  Preposition Preposition
7 Grammar & vocabulary  Linkers Correct form of Word
8 Grammar & vocabulary  Appropriate Word Auxiliary verbs
9 Grammar & vocabulary  Collocation Linkers
10 Grammar & vocabulary  One Word Substitution Phrasal Verbs
11 Grammar & vocabulary  Syllables Reported Speech
12 Grammar & vocabulary  Correct form of word Framing Questions 
13 Grammar & vocabulary  Framing a Question  Syllables
14 Grammar & vocabulary  Active and Passive Voice Opposite Words
15 Grammar & vocabulary  Degrees of Comparison  Collocation
16 Grammar & vocabulary  Use of words as Noun, verb Parts of Speech 
17 Editing Paragraph  Errors in Paragraph  Errors in Paragraph 
18 2 Marks Question  Dr B R Ambedkar Dr B R Ambedkar
19 2 Marks Question  Science and Hope of Survival  Science and Hope of Survival 
20 2 Marks Question  Off to Outer Space Tomorrow Morning Off to Outer Space Tomorrow Morning
21 2 Marks Question  Colours of Silence Gentleman of Rio en Medio
22 2 Marks Question  There’s girl by the tracks Discovery 
23 2 Marks Question  Narayanpur Incident or On top of the world Narayanpur Incident or On top of the world
24 2 Marks Question  Great Martyr ever Cherished or The Bird of Happiness Great Martyr ever Cherished or The Bird of Happiness
25 3 Marks Question  A Hero  Colours of Silence
26 3 Marks Question  I am the Land Grandma Climbs a tree
27 Extracts Gentleman of Rio En Medio A Hero 
28 Extracts The Concert There’s girl by the tracks
29 Extracts Discovery  The Concert 
30 Extracts Ballad of the tempest Ballad of the tempest
31 Writing a Profile  Profile on the clues given Profile on the clues given
32 Develop story using Clues Develop a story on  given Clues  Develop a story on  given Clues 
33 Paragraph on Picture  Write a paragraph on the given Picture Write a paragraph on the given Picture
34 Quote from Memory  Quality of Mercy or Blind Boy or Ballad of the tempest Quality of Mercy or Blind Boy or Ballad of the tempest
35 Passage Answer Questions on Passage Answer Questions on Passage
36 4 Mark Question  Grandma Climbs a tree or Jazz poem two or song of India  Song of India or Jazz poem two or I am the land 
37 Essay  Write a Essay on given topics  Write a Essay on given topics 
38 Letter Writing  Official or Personal Letter  Official or Personal Letter 

On basis of KSEEB Model Papers 1 And 2 Analysis

TARGET PASS (Score Easy 60 Marks) by Prepare following Chapters

S.N Chapter  Number of Marks 
1 Quote from Memory  04
2 Letter Writing  05
3 Passage 04
4 4 Mark Questions 04
5 3 Mark Question  06
6 2 Mark Questions 14
7 Extracts 12
8 Essay 04
9 Simple Grammar  07
60

TYPE OF QUESTIONS

S.N Type of Questions Number of Questions Marks
1 MCQ 05 05
2 Very Short Answer 14 14
3 Short answer – 1 12 24
4 Short answer – 2 12 36
5 Long answer – 1 04 16
6 Long Asnwer – 2 01 05
38 80

DIFFICULTY LEVEL

S.N Level Marks
1 Easy 24
2 Average 40
3 Difficult 16
80
CHAPTER WISE MARKS 
S.N Chapters  Marks 
1 Prose 25
2 Poetry 21
3 Supplementary Reading 04
4 Grammar and Vocabulary  21
5 Comprehension and Composition  29
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Social KSEEB Model Question Paper Analysis 2020 

Analysis of Model Paper 1 and 2 is done Question wise so it help students to Plan their Preparations to achieve Good Scores in Upcoming Exams 

QUESTION PAPER ANALYSIS 

Question Number Type of Question Model Paper 1 Model Paper 2
1 Multiple Choice Question  Extension of British rule in India  Advent of Europeans to India 
2 Multiple Choice Question Era of Gandhi Political Developments of 20th Century 
3 Multiple Choice Question India’s foreign Policy International Institutions
4 Multiple Choice Question Social Problems Social Movements 
5 Multiple Choice Question Social Problems  Social Problems
6 Multiple Choice Question Indian Physiography Indian Population 
7 Multiple Choice Question Public Fiance and Budget Development 
8 Multiple Choice Question Consumer Education and Protection Consumer Education and Protection
9 1 Mark Question  Post Independent India  Advent of Europeans to India 
10 1 Mark Question  Extension of British Rule in India Political developments of 20th Century 
11 1 Mark Question  Consumer Education and Protection International Institutions 
12 1 Mark Question  India Climate Social Problems
13 1 Mark Question  Indian Population Indian Soil
14 1 Mark Question  Global Problems and India’s role Indian Population
15 1 Mark Question  Social Problems Development 
16 1 Mark Question  Public Finance and Budget Consumer Education and Protection
17 2 Marks Question  Physiography divisions of India Extension of British Rule in India 
18 2 Marks Question  Indian Soils  Indian Foreign policy
19 2 Marks Question  Globalization Social Problems (Internal choice)
20 2 Marks Question  Indian Foreign Policy (Internal Choice) Indian Foreign Policy (Internal Choice)
21 2 Marks Question  Social Stratification (Internal choice) Indian Climate 
22 2 Marks Question  Development  Indian Land resources
23 2 Marks Question  Political Developments of 20th Century  Rural development 
24 2 Marks Question  Advent of Europeans to India Banking Transactions
25 3 Marks Question  Opposition of British rule in Karnataka  Impact of British rule in India or Opposition of British rule in Karnataka 
26 3 Marks Question   Social reform movements Indian Industries or Natural Disasters
27 3 Marks Question   First war of Indian Independence Money and Credit or Public fiance and Budget
28 3 Marks Question   Problems of India and their solutions Entrepreneurship or Globalization 
29 3 Marks Question   Social Stratification Indian Foreign policy 
30 3 Marks Question   Transport and Communication or Indian Industries Labour 
31 3 Marks Question   Natural Disasters Social reformation 
32 3 Marks Question  Rural Development or Money and credit  First war of Indian Independence 
33 3 Marks Question  Banking Transactions or Entrepreneurship  Transport and Communication
34 4 Marks Question  India Land resources Freedom Movement 
35 4 Marks Question  International Institutions Era of Gandhi or Political developments of 20th Century 
36 4 Marks Question  Freedom Movement or Political developments of 20th Century  Problems of India and their Solutions 
37 4 Marks Question  Era of Gandhi Indian Forests
38 5 Marks Question  Outline Map of India and Locate Places  Outline Map of India and Locate Places 

On basis of KSEEB Model Papers 1 And 2 Analysis

TARGET PASS (Score Easy 45 Marks) by Prepare following Chapters

S.N Chapter  Number of Marks 
1 Outline Map of India and Locate Places  05
2 MCQ’s from Most Probable Chapters  06
3 1 Mark Questions from Most Probable Chapters  06
4 2 Marks Questions in Chapters  08
5 3 Marks Questions in Chapters  12
6 4 Marks Questions in Chapters  08
45

TYPE OF QUESTIONS

S.N Type of Questions Number of Questions Marks
1 MCQ 8 8
2 1 Marks Questions 8 8
3 2 Marks Questions 8 16
4 3 Marks Questions 9 27
5 4 Marks Questions 4 16
6 5 Mark Questions 1 5
38 80

DIFFICULTY LEVEL

S.N Level Marks
1 Easy 24
2 Average 40
3 Difficult 16
80
CHAPTER WISE MARKS 
S.N Theme  Marks 
1 History  25
2 Political science 11
3 Sociology 08
4 Geography 22
5 Economics 07
6 Business Studies  07
  80

English – Most Likely 2 Marks Questions 

7 x 2 = 14 Marks 

Prepare  Short Answer Questions of All Pose, Poetry and Supplementary Reading and GIVE bit of Importance for these Questions as they are most probably likely to appear in Examination 

  1. Why Dr B R Ambedkar considered as Champion of depresseed Class ? 
  2. Why do tea cups circle around the poet as Planets around the sun?
  3. What do we learn from satish Gujrals life?
  4. Why does Roma Consider Baleshwar action to be amazing?
  5. How does Inspector Patil help Mohan and his family?
  6. How does Dicky Dolma feel after scaling Mt Everest?
  7. How do you say Hanif was a tlented Young man?
  8. What qualities of Wangjia do you like?
  9. Why did Nehru choose Ambedkar as law minister?
  10. Why does the poet have the feeling that he is imprisoned?
  11. How do you say pepe was loyal to Columbus?
  12. Life of Hanif in the beginning was never a smooth sail, Explain?
  13. Why were the people miserable in Wangjias village?
  14. What qualities of Dicky Dolma led her to realize her dreams?
  15. How was the visit of Patil, the Sub-Inspector helpful to Mohan’s family ?
  16. How did Dicky Dolma feel after climbing the Mount Everest ?
  17. Hanif was a young man with varied talents and interests. Support the statement.
  18. How did the Bird of Happiness bring happiness to the Tibetan villagers ?
  19. Why were Babu and Manju a bit disappointed with the way students were marching ?
  20. Write about the hardships of Dicky Dolma’s life at her early age.
  21. Dr. B. R. Ambedkar describes the methods of civil disobedience, non-cooperation and satyagraha as the ‘Grammar of anarchy’. Comment on this statement.
  22. How did the lofty Himalayas inspire Dicky Dolma ?
  23. How did Hema Aziz teach her children the message that “one’s duty is the most important thing in life” ?
  24. What were the challenges that Dicky Dolma had to face before she was qualified to scale Everest ?
  25. How did Dicky Dolma feel after climbing the Mount Everest ?
  26. How did the Bird of happiness bring happiness to the Tibetan villagers ?
  27. Write about the hardships of Dicky Dolma’s life at her early age.
  28. How did the student leaders manage the protest ?
  29. Taking up mountaineering was not a difficult decision for Dicky Dolma. Justify.
  30. How does the writer describe the ‘introvert’ Hanif ?
  31. What changes came over Wangjia as the “Bird of Happiness” caressed him ?
  32. How did the mother’s touring job help Hanif and his brother become responsible ?
  33. How does the writer describe the ‘introvert’ Hanif ?
  34. What did the first monster ask Wangjia to do ? How did Wangjia react to it ?
  35. Why did Hanif’s mother often leave him and his brothers alone ?
  36. How can you say that Dr. Ambedkar had an insatiable thirst for books ?
  37. Why did Jawaharlal Nehru choose Dr. Ambedkar to be the first Law Minister of India ?
  38. How did Anant’s family treat him without ‘voicing their fears’ ?
  39. Anant was a talented boy. Justify the statement.
  40. Why were the technical experts summoned by the three super powers of  the world ?
  41. What makes the scientists pursue science in spite of low income ?
  42. How was Swami honoured by his classmates, teacher and the headmaster ?
  43. Don Anselmo had great love and concern for the children of Rio en Medio. Support your answer.
  44. Why did Swami wish that the tiger had not spared the boy ?
  45. Why did the Americans complain about the children of Rio en Medio ?
  46. How did Satish meet with an accident in Kashmir ?
  47. Why did Jawaharlal Nehru choose Dr. Ambedkar to be the first Law Minister of India ?
  48. How did Anant’s family treat him without ‘voicing their fears’ ?
  49.  Anant was a talented boy. Justify the statement.
  50.  Why were the technical experts summoned by the three super powers of the world ?
  51. What makes you think that Satish became popular all over the world ?
  52. How would you say that the appearance and manners of Don Anselmo was quite unusual ?
  53. “Don Anselmo was passionate about his land and the children of Rio-enMedio.” Justify this statement.
  54. “Pepe was the only person who was loyal to Columbus till the end of his voyage.” Justify your answer.
  55. Why did the seamen want to go back to Spain ?
  56. According to Keilis Borok “Science is an exciting adventure”. Explain.
  57. What do you learn from Baleshwar Mishra ?
  58. What is unusual about Pandit Ravishankar and Ustal Allah Rakha performing in Anant’s house ?
  59. Briefly describe Smita’s efforts in fulfilling her brother’s wish.
  60. What makes science an exciting adventure according to Keilis Borok ?
  61. The story teller offered the old man almost the double of what he had quoted earlier. What might be the reason for this ?
  62. Satish didn’t want to go to a new school. Why ?
  63. Why had Roma fallen by the tracks ?
  64. Why did Smita request Pandit Ravi Shankar to visit her house ?
  65. How do you say that the Americans were good people ?
  66. What admirable qualities do you find in Pandit Ravi Shankar and Ustad Allah Rakha ?
  67. Why didn’t Mr. Avtar Narain encourage Satish to draw in the beginning ?
  68. According to Keilis Borok, being a scientist is more exciting than being a doctor or an engineer. Why ?
  69. Why did the inspector ask Swami to join the police ?
  70. What makes you think that Swami was respected by his classmates, teachers and headmaster ?
  71. Don Anselmo and the Americans were generous in their own ways. Justify.
  72. What was the complaint lodged by the Americans ?
  73. How can you say that Satish became popular all over the world ?
  74. Why do some people choose to become scientists instead of becoming lawyers and doctors ?
  75. There was silence in the room. In spite of it, some noises reached Swami’s ears. What were they ?
  76. Congratulations were showered on Swami after the house breaker was caught. How was he congratulated ?
  77. Don Anselmo was generous. Justify.
  78. What reward does a scientist get from his research ? How is it different from other professions ?
  79. How did Swami react when his father challenged him to sleep alone in the office room ?
  80. The inspector suggested Swami to join the police department, when he grew up. Why ?
  81. Don Anselmo was a generous man. Justify.
  82. Why does Keilis Borok feel that Science is the indispensable guardian and caretaker of humanity ?
  83. Why did Swami’s father want him to sleep alone in the office room ?
  84. Though Swami was not courageous, he became a hero overnight. How ?
  85. Don Anselmo was passionate about his land and the children of Rio-enMedio. Support this statement with your answer.
  86. Why was the story teller unable to convince the old man about the trees ?
  87. Give a short description of the bird that Satish saw one day.
  88. Scientists are the most practical people in the world. Justify the statement.
  89. Give a short description of the bird that Satish saw one day.
  90. Scientists are the most practical people in the world. Justify the statement.