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FAQs on Kerala Syllabus


Is CBSE or Kerala syllabus best for studying in class 11?

CBSE and state syllabus follow the same NCERT textbooks. Won't make any difference. But board exams and questions are different. The distribution of marks also varies. It is very difficult to get good marks in CBSE as compared to other states. The choice between the two depends on your interest and your ability.

Now the board exam marks are also taken into consideration in the entrance exam. So the best decision is to record whatever you can for yourself. Because you will decide the best option for you. Totally depends on where your strength lies. If you are comfortable with the CBSE board, then carry on in that itself.

How many marks would there for plus One science subject exam?

Kerala Higher secondary exams have Exams 100 marks for three subjects and 80 marks for remaining three subjects :

  • English, Language, Mathematics - 100 (80+20) marks each 
  •  Physics, Chemistry, Science - 80 (60+20) marks each 

 A total of 540 marks can expect plus one itself

Which syllabus is better for competitive exams, State or CBSE? Which syllabus is better for competitive exams, State or CBSE?

When you are familiar with the topics you can find the best books for that particular subject. I recommend reading NCERT books as a primary source. It is good if you read NCERT books especially if you are preparing for UPSC and similar exams. Despite the board, you are studying you can start preparing early as you can.

Is any guidebook required for the 11th std Kerala syllabus?

If you are looking for Textbook Exercises answers, Question Banks and Notes for your exam preparation, we at Keralanotes provides all these materials for free through our platform. So you don't need to buy any other study guides. Kerala Notes is an educational platform providing online materials for the Kerala syllabus and CBSE.

How many marks would there be for Plus Two science subject exams?

Kerala Higher secondary exams have Exams 100 marks for three subjects and 120 marks for the remaining three subjects. 

  •  English, Language, Mathematics - 100 marks each 
  •  Physics, Chemistry, Science - 120 marks each 

 A total of 660 marks can expect plus two itself

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