CBSE 12th Physics, Applied Physics Answer Key 2020: Dear Students, If you are appearing for class 12th exam 2020 and on 2nd March you appeared for the exam of Physics, Applied Physics Paper then we have prepared the answer key of these paper for you all. You can download it and check that if your answers are right or wrong in the exam. So you can download the official answer key from the official site of CBSE i.e cbse.nic.in but it will take time to release the official answer key. So here we have prepared an unofficial answer key for you all so that you can check your marks now.
The Central Board of Secondary Education, CBSE has conducted the Physics Examination on March 2, 2020, for the students of 12th. It was taken all over India at many centers in the city. candidates who have appeared in the 12th CBSE Physics Paper want to download objective / MCQ Answer Key and subjective solution so that they can check their marks. Here we have given all the details to check your answer key.
CBSE Class 12 Physics Key Answer 2020 Set A, B, C and D
Those candidates who appeared in the 12th CBSE Physics paper exam on March 2, 2020, can download the answer key from the link given in the below table. Its answer key will be available after 2 pm as the exam ends at 1.30 pm. Experts will solve these questions and give you an answer that can be downloaded from this link.
|BOARD NAME||Central Board of Secondary Education|
|NAME OF EXAM||12th Exam 2020|
|DATE OF EXAM||02 March 2020|
How to download CBSE class 12 Physics Answer Key 2020
- Go to the official CBSE website.
- Scroll to the last sections
- Click on the CBSE 12th Class Answer Key of Physics Paper.
- A new page will open here.
- Click on Applied Physics Answer Key
- Your Physics paper answer key will appear on the screen.
|Download Answer Key||CLICK HERE|
|Official Site||GO HERE|
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