Physics 10th Class Punjab Board Paper Scheme 2021

Physics 10th Class Punjab Board Paper Scheme 2021

You are welcome to visit our website if you are looking for the paper pairing scheme 2021 for 10th Class Physics. According to the smart syllabus 2021, we have posted the detailed paper scheme 2021 for the 10th class Physics subject. This Physics scheme has all of the necessary information about MCQs, Short Questions, and Long Questions. As a result, you can use it to study for the annual exam in 2021.

Multiple Choice Question (MCQs)

The Physics paper has 12 multiple-choice questions (MCQs), each worth one mark, according to the paper pattern. However, pupils have no choice but to attempt all of the MCQs. (Total Points: 12)

The number of questions and the chapter from which MCQs will be asked are listed below.

10th Physics Chapter Number No. of MCQs
10 01
11 01
12 02
13 01
14 02
15 01
16 02
17 01
18 01

Short Questions

The paper has three questions in this section, with a range of short questions behind each question. Students must answer the specified number of questions from each category. The short questions are worth a total of 30 points (152). The specifics are listed below.

Question #2:

From here, students have to attempt any 05 questions out of 08.

10th Physics Chapter Number No. of questions
10 03
11 02
12 03

Question #3:

From here, students have to attempt any 05 questions out of 08.

10th Physics Chapter Number No. of questions
14 03
15 02
16 03

Question #4

From here, students have to attempt any 05 questions out of 08.

10th Physics Chapter Number No. of questions
13 03
17 03
18 02

LONG QUESTIONS

Students must now attempt all 02 questions completely (both parts, a & b). Each question is worth nine points (total marks: 18).

Q#5 (a) Chapter 10/Chapter 11 (Expected question from chapter 10/numerical from chapter 11 Numerical ) ; (b) Chapter 13 (Expected Numerical)

Q#6 (a) Chapter 16 (Expected Numerical) ; (b) Chapter 12 (Expected Theory)

Q#7 (a) Chapter 14 (Theory) ; (b) Chapter 18 (Numerical/Theory)