Thursday, March 22, 2007
For class 10 students appearing for their SCC exams, the Mathematics nightmare continued for the second day on Wednesday with the Geometry paper posing problems—like with the Algebra paper . one set of questions turned out to be more difficult than those in the other sets. The mathematics paper comprises two papers—Algebra (75 marks) and Geometry (75 marks). According to board guidelines, students are given four sets of papers—A, B, C, D so that no two students get the same set of question papers during exams.