CISCE ISC history semester 2 exam 2022: What Class 12 students said after paper

CISCE ISC history semester 2 exam 2022: What Class 12 students said after paper

CISCE ISC history semester 2 exam 2022: The Council for Indian School Certificate Examination (CISCE) conducted the ISC history examination on Wednesday, May 12. Here is what students said after the paper:


Students in Lucknow on Tuesday found ISC History paper to be a standard and balanced paper. They were able to complete it on time. According to students it was a standard question paper and most of the questions were set within the scope of the syllabus prescribed.

Tripti, an art stream student of City Montessori School, Kanpur Road branch said the paper was straight forward and as per the ISC standards.

Prabhat, another student exclaimed the questions were well answered in our copies. Rashi Gupta said the paper was easy and well framed but very lengthy.

Dhirendra singh, senior History teacher claimed that the paper was moderate and good for average ones too. Headmistress Richa ahuja was delighted seeing the happy faces of the art students.

Nancy, Megha, Medhavi all from City Montessori School, Aliganj campus 1, Lucknow said, “The questions were not direct but they could do it well.”

According to Shuchi Tewari, the History teacher, most of the topics were covered in their Pre board exam, so they were very well prepared. It is expected that an average student also will be able to score good marks.

Senior Principal Jyoti Kashyap and Principal Ms Shivani Singh were happy to see the overall positive response of the students after months of hard work. 


A class 12 student of St Joseph’s College Pranav Pratap Singh said that he found the question paper somewhere between moderate to difficult.

“All questions were from within the syllabus and I finished answering the questions well in time. There were 10 questions in the paper divided into 3 sections of total 40 marks. The questions tested us not only on the factual matrices but also the analytical portion and understanding of world history as a whole. Those who were thorough with the concepts and had an understanding of issues were able to do well,” he said.

Priyanshu Chaubey, also a class 12 student of St Joseph’s College, said that the question paper was along expected lines. “Section A had one question with 8 sub-questions for 8 marks with no internal choice in it. However, questions in section B and C had internal choice. Section B had 4 questions for 12 marks while section C had 5 questions for 20 marks. Most of my colleagues also found the exam of moderate toughness,” he said.

Another Intermediate student of St Joseph’s College Aryan Gupta also said that this exam went well and that the question paper pattern adhered to the expected pattern.

(With inputs from Rajeev Mullick in Lucknow and K Sandeep Kumar in Prayagraj)



    K Sandeep Kumar is a Special Correspondent of Hindustan Times heading the Allahabad Bureau. He has spent over 16 years reporting extensively in Uttar Pradesh, especially Allahabad and Lucknow. He covers politics, science and technology, higher education, medical and health and defence matters. He also writes on development issues.

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