CBSE 10th Science Practice Paper for Term 2 Exam 2022 | Best for last minute revision

CBSE Class 10 students must solve the practice paper given here to learn time management and revise important concepts for CBSE Class 10 Science Term 2 Exam 2022.

CBSE Practice Papers 2021-22: CBSE Class 10 Science Term 2 paper will be held on May 10, 2022. Now is the time to revise all that you have studied during your exam preparation. Solve as many practice papers and sample papers as possible to do it effectively. Keeping in mind the need of the hour, Jagran Josh is presenting here a special practice paper for CBSE Class 10th to help students prepare for Term 2 exam. This practice paper is set by experienced teachers. It is completely based on the pattern of latest CBSE Class 10 Science Term 2 Sample Papers. Solution of practice paper is also provided for the convenience of the students. Both the practice papers and solutions can be downloaded in PDF format.

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CBSE Class 10 Science Practice Papers for Term 2 Exam 2022:

Max. Marks: 40

Allowed Time: 2 Hours

General Instructions:

i) All questions are compulsory.

ii) The question paper has three sections and 15 questions. all questions are

iii) Section-A consists of 7 questions of 2 marks each; Section-B consists of 6 questions of 3 marks each; And Section-C consists of 2 case-based questions carrying 4 marks each.

iv) In some questions internal choices are given. A student has to attempt only one option out of such questions.

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section one

1. Study the table given below carefully and answer the questions.

(a) Which element is a non-metal whose valency is 1?

(b) Which element forms only covalent bonds?

(c) Which element has the largest atomic radius?

(d) Write the electronic configuration of element C

2. How is binary fission different from multiple fission? Give a difference between binary fission in amoeba and leishmania?

3. The woman had to undergo a surgical method to prevent unwanted pregnancies. Does it protect her from sexually transmitted diseases? Write any other two contraceptive methods.

4. Write any two limitations of Mendeleev’s periodic table and how these defects are removed in the modern periodic table?

5. Explain the mechanism by which the number of chromosomes remains constant in humans?

either

With the help of suitable example, explain that characters are inherited but cannot always be expressed.

6. A coil of insulated copper wire is connected to the galvanometer. What if there is a bar magnet

(a) pushed into the coil?

(b) withdrawn from inside the coil?

Give reason also.

either

Name any two factors on which the strength of the magnetic field produced by the solenoid depends. How does it depend on these factors?

7. Explain with the help of an example why the number of trophic levels in a food chain is limited.

either

A food chain consists of fish, larvae, phytoplankton and birds. The level of pesticides in the water in which these creatures live is high.

(a) Which organism will accumulate maximum amount of pesticides through the food chain and what is this process called?

(b) Write the food chain comprising all the organisms mentioned above.

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