SEE Exam 2075 question paper full for errors and typos

SEE Exam 2075 question paper full for errors and typos

On the first day of Secondary Education Examination(SEE), the English subject’s questions were riddled with grammatical mistakes and typos. The exam that was held on Sunday had lots of mistakes in it and were full of errors.

Mistakes were found in the paper of Province 3, Province 5 and Karnali Province. In fact, mistakes were there for the students who were even retaking the exams.

All kinds of errors were there in the English exam paper- right from spelling error to incomplete sentence and jumbled up instructions. Many of the students complained that they could not answer the question because they did not understand the questions. In fact, the students who answered the questions had to decipher it or do guessing with the help of examiners to understand the questions.

Question No 4(C) (d) under “Read the given text and do the tasks” asked: “How was Nepalaya able the Rachanawali?”

The sad part in all of this was the officials the national Examination Board dismissed the matter by referring to that as “human error.” The chairman of the Board, Chandra Mani Poudel said that” When the errors were pointed out, all the exam centres were informed and told them to correct the question for the students.”

To the contrary though, the teachers in invigilation reported that none of them received any instruction as such.

The SEE Exam paper of english subject has all kinds of errors; right from spelling error to incomplete sentence and jumbled up instructions.

The SEE Exam paper of english subject has all kinds of errors; right from spelling error to incomplete sentence and jumbled up instructions.

However, there were many errors in the paper that too for an English exam.

Question (c) of 4(C) spells “compiled” as “complied”.

Questions (a) and (b) of 4(C) have different spellings for the poet’s name–Lekhanath and Lekhnath, with the first one having an extra “a”.

In Province 5, one of the questions on “direct and indirect” speech also threw students into a tizzy, as they were asked to change direct speeches into direct speeches.

Some have demanded that the students should get marks for the questions they did not answer because they were incomprehensible.

What we can deduce from all of this is that these question above just show pure negligence and lack of seriousness of the officials right from when they begin to prepare the question. This is not the first time where there have been errors in the paper but every time labelling it as human error is unprofessional. And the way the issue is handled is highly unacceptable.

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