1st Year Music Pairing Scheme 2022 | 11th Class Scheme Paper

1st Year Music Pairing Scheme 2021

If you’re seeking the Physics 11th Class Pairing Scheme, it’s available on this page. For your convenience, the marks distribution for each subject is described here, along with specific questions and paper patterns. We’ve also gone through the crucial chapters and how to distribute scores so that you can easily pass your examinations with selective study and good grades by just following the program.

Because a smart study is preferable to a difficult study. Some students readily study for their exams by following a scheme or paper pattern, while others are oblivious of its significance, resulting in poor exam achievement.

Paper Scheme Music
Class 11th Class Music assessment scheme
Year (2021)
Board 11th Class Music assessment scheme is only for the Rawalpindi Board, Gujranwala Board, Lahore Board, Dera Ghazi Khan Board, Multan Board
KeyWord 11th Class Inter Music Pairing Scheme 2021 Punjab Board

Music Paper Pattern of F.A Part 1 2021

Are you looking for the inter part 1 all subjects assessment scheme, or the FSC all subjects assessment scheme, or the ICS all subjects assessment scheme? The Inter 1st Year Pairing Scheme for 2021 All Subjects – FSC/ICS 11th Class is available here.

Objective Type

Subjective Type

Total Marks 17 Total Marks 68
Time Allowed 20  minutes Time Allowed 2:40 hrs
Number of MCQs 17 Number of Questions 6
Distribution of Marks Each MCQ of 1 mark Distribution of Marks Attempt 8 short questions out of 12 having 16 marks
Total 17 MCQs Attempt 8 short questions out of 12 having 16 marks
Attempt 6 short questions out of 9 having 12 marks
Attempt 3 long questions out of 5 having 24 marks. Each question has 8 marks having two parts each.
Total 68 marks

These pairing strategies for all intermediate 1st-year subjects apply to all Punjab and AJK boards. From time to time, the matching schemes may be changed. As a result, it is recommended that all students and teachers check the pairing schemes after a period of time to ensure that they have the most recent version of the scheme.