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Way2k 5 Oct 2012
Uncountable misery from maths for GUJCET

Students of HSC (science) who appeared for Gujarat Common Entrance Test (GUJCET) carrying 40 per cent weight age for the final result for admissions had a stressful day on Thursday, 5th April. After writing a tough physics paper, most of the students were reduced to tears when they came out after writing the maths paper which was dubbed to be the most difficult.

Uncountable misery from maths for GUJCET
It needs mention that the maths paper in the board exams too was very difficult and a PIL has been filed on the issue in the court by parents. The tough GUJCET paper, many students broke down. It was an extremely difficult paper. It was supposed to be written in 60 minutes, but would require at least two hours to be properly attempted. The paper has left me and my friends jittery about the results, Shiva Verma, an HSC (science) student of AG School said. It was a cause of concern for the parents as well who saw their wards depressed. Many parents called up subject teachers and parents of other students of HSC (science) to ascertain if the paper was difficult for all or their child has singularly not done well.

Maths teacher Sanjay Patel said that the paper was too tough for average and even above average students to answer in one hour. He also said that question number 14 of the C set of the question paper had a printing mistake. Gujarat Secondary and Higher Secondary Education Board (GSHSEB) chairman R. R. Varsani said that the board has ordered a review of the paper. There does not seem to be any mistakes in the paper. However, if there is any problem, justice would be done to the students. Earlier on the day, the physics paper too was difficult and lengthy.

I am very upset. Maths is going to bring my score down, even though I did well in physics and chemistry. It was impossible to attempt to answer all the questions within one hour. I had to leave 8-9 of them unanswered due to lack of time.
Suchita Vichare | STUDENT

Almost 40 per cent of the questions included in the maths paper were not meant for the average student. It was also very lengthy. I left 3-4 of them unanswered in an exam where every mark matters.
Harsh Gupta | STUDENT

Courtesy: Times of India

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