ICSE 10th Economics paper analysis 2019: Lengthy and tricky, students have mixed response

The ICSE class 10 students in Lucknow found the economics paper a tad lengthy, a bit tricky as it required a little analytical approach.

Priyanka Pandey, a student of St Teresa’s College, Aashiana said question paper was on expected lines and there was nothing out of syllabus. Shabnam Khan said that the paper was easy but lengthy. Students said questions were bit tricky.

Ramza Hayat said that the paper was pretty easy and scoring but was tricky. Lovey Malhotra said that it was the best paper till now. Areeba Siddiqui said that the question paper had a balanced composition of difficulty level from easy to moderate. Areeba add that questions were based on rational thinking approach and moderate authoritarian approach.

Economics teacher at St Teresa’s College, Aashiana, Vibha Singh found that the ICSE Examination 2019, Economics paper was easy and scoring, students were satisfied and confident after the examination. The questions were based on the same pattern as in internal examination

ICSE Students of City Montessori School, Aliganj 1 Campus who appeared for the economics paper today said that the paper was easy but lengthy. According to Gaurav Mittal and Shambhavi Pandey, the paper was quite straight forward and nothing tricky was asked

The students looked overjoyed as they came out of the examination hall. “The questions were comparatively easier than the previous years”, said Anjali Agarwal and Vansh Khanna. Another student, Mehmood Ahmed said that, “practice throughout the Year will definitely result in full marks for everyone.”

Principal Jyoti Kashyap expressed her pleasure to see the smiling beaming faces of student as they came out of the examination hall.

The students at Hoerner College, Lucknow found Economics Paper for ICSE Class 10 to be ‘very easy’ going by the testimony of jubilant students. Shruti Mayur and Apoorva Gupta said 90 percentile is expected and Saurabh Saini said that if entire syllabus was studies it was a cakewalk.

Their teacher Meenakshi Bajaj mirrored the opinion of the Students and also mentioned that a lot of the questions were already taken up in the Pre Boards and that it was relatively easy. The principal Dr Mala Mehra said that even though she is not an Economics graduate but an avid reader of the Economy based papers and said she would have maxed Section A.

First Published:
Mar 15, 2019 14:26 IST

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