Biology 1st Year Pairing Scheme 2021 |11th class Punjab Board
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If you are searching for the 2nd year or 12th class pairing scheme or assessment scheme 2021 including biology, Then you can easily view this website with all details. We have discussed the marks distribution of each question along with their parts and the paper pattern with full detail here. We have also discussed each chapter’s importance by its marks weightage for the help of students.
You can choose selective study to pass the exams easily and also get high marks by following a paper assessment scheme. This scheme is valid for Punjab all boards. The students who prepare for their exams according to the pairing scheme can easily get high marks.
Biology 1st Year Pairing Scheme Section Wise Detail/Marks Distribution
SECTION A ( Objective Part) : MCQs
There are 17 MCQs in section A. It is the objective part of the paper. Each MCQ carries 1 mark individually and there is no choice of any MCQ as in the subjective part paper. 20 minutes are allowed to complete this section. Each MCQ carries equal marks as each MCQ consists of 1 mark.
As there is limited time so you just need to focus on this section very carefully. After completing Section A of the paper, you will be given the Subjective type of paper. The subjective type of paper consists of two sections which are the short and long subjective type of paper.
SECTION B (Subjective Part): Short Questions
Section B is a subjective type of paper. It only consists of short questions.it consists of mainly 3 short question answers with their parts. Question No. 2 and 3 have 12 parts from which you need to solve any 8 parts of your choice. Question No. 4 contains 9 parts from which you need to solve 6 questions of your choice but remember that each part carries equal marks weightage. Each part carries 2 marks individually.
QUESTION NO. 2: Any 8 questions of your choice out of 12 (16 marks questions)
Candidates need to solve any 8 parts out of 12 and each part carries 2 marks. If we look at which chapter has how many questions, then:
1 question from Chapter 2.
3 questions from Chapter 3.
2 questions from Chapter 8 and from Chapter 11.
4 questions from Chapter 10.
QUESTION NO. 3: Any 8 questions of your choice out of 12 (16 marks questions)
You need to solve any 8 questions from 12 and each question carries 2 marks. If we look at which chapter has how many questions, then:
2 questions from Chapter 1, Chapter 4, Chapter 7, and from Chapter 14.
4 questions from Chapter 9.
QUESTION NO. 4: And 6 questions of your choice from 9 (12 marks questions)
you just need to solve any 6 questions from 9 and each question carries 2 marks. If we look at which chapter has how many questions, then:
1 question from Chapter 5 and from Chapter 6.
3 questions from Chapter 12.
4 questions from Chapter 13.
SECTION C (Subjective Part): Long Questions
Section C is a subjective part paper. But it only consists of long questions. It consists of 5 long answer questions, each question is of two parts, part a and part b from which you have to attempt 3 questions out of 5.Solve any 3 questions from 5.
QUESTION NO 5: Part (a) Chapter 1 + Part (b) Chapter 14
QUESTION NO 6: Part (a) Chapter 2 + Part (b) Chapter 8
QUESTION NO 7: Part (a) Chapter 4 + Part (b) Chapter 12
QUESTION NO 8: Part (a) Chapter 5 + Part (b) Chapter 11
QUESTION NO 9: Part (a) Chapter 6 + Part (b) Chapter 9
Note: Each Part Carry 4 Marks
17 MCQs 17 marks
Short Question 44 marks
Long Questions 24 marks
Total Marks 85 marks