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For the purpose of preparation of examinations, we have compiled sample question papers with solutions for Maths, English and environmental studies for classes 1 to 5. Practicing these papers, students can develop a better understanding of the concepts and improve their exam preparation.

These papers include the most recent questions necessary for students to prepare for their examinations. The Sample Papers are prepared in accordance with the CBSE syllabus. The practice is more important as it helps understand complex concepts and topics.

Each sample paper is created keeping the easy, average & difficult questions in mind. In order to help the student to challenge their learning, we have created four levels of sample papers. The number of difficult questions increases with the increase in the level numbers.

For instance, Level 1 has 50 % easy questions and 40 % of the paper consists of average questions whereas the difficult level is 10 %. Level 2 has 10 % more difficult questions in comparison to Level 1.

To understand better look at the table provided below:

Easy | Average | Difficult | |

Level 1 | 50 | 40 | 10 |

Level 2 | 40 | 40 | 20 |

Level 3 | 40 | 35 | 25 |

Level 4 | 30 | 40 | 30 |

Guide the student to solve these sample papers sequentially. Attempt the first level followed by the second level to increase their mastery in the concepts.

Download sample question papers for free. After solving the paper, download the solution levels to check your answers.

For the purpose of self assessment, we have compiled four levels of sample question papers with solutions for class 1 Maths and English. These question papers are made in accordance with the CBSE syllabus. Practicing these papers, students can develop a better understanding of the concepts and improve their exam preparation.

The sample paper is created keeping the easy, average & difficult questions in mind. In order to help the student to challenge their learning, we have created four levels of sample papers. The number of difficult questions increases with the increase in the levels.

This paper should be completed in 1:30 hours. The maximum marks allotted for this paper is 50.

The following table shows the number of easy, average and difficult questions in the paper:

Level of Questions | Total Marks | Percentage of Marks in Total |

Easy | 26 | 52% |

Average | 18 | 36% |

Difficult | 6 | 12% |

Total |
50 |
100% |

After solving this paper, check your answers with the solution provided. Move to the next level paper to attempt more difficult questions.

The sample paper is created keeping the easy, average & difficult questions in mind. In order to help the student to challenge their learning, we have created four levels of sample papers. The number of difficult questions increases with the increase in the levels.

This paper should be completed in 1:30 hours. The maximum marks allotted for this paper is 50.

The following table shows the number of easy, average and difficult questions in the paper:

Level of Questions | Total Marks | Percentage of Marks in Total |

Easy | 21 | 42% |

Average | 20 | 40% |

Difficult | 9 | 18% |

Total |
50 |
100% |

After solving this paper, check your answers with the solution provided. Move to the next level paper to attempt more difficult questions.

This paper should be completed in 1:30 hours. The maximum marks allotted for this paper is 50.

The following table shows the number of easy, average and difficult questions in the paper:

Level of Questions | Total Marks | Percentage of Marks in Total |

Easy | 15 | 30% |

Average | 20 | 40% |

Difficult | 15 | 30% |

Total |
50 |
100% |

This paper should be completed in 1:30 hours. The maximum marks allotted for this paper is 50.

The following table shows the number of easy, average and difficult questions in the paper:

Level of Questions | Total Marks | Percentage of Marks in Total |

Easy | 26 | 52% |

Average | 18 | 36% |

Difficult | 6 | 12% |

Total |
50 |
100% |

This paper should be completed in 1:30 hours. The maximum marks allotted for this paper is 50.

The following table shows the number of easy, average and difficult questions in the paper:

class="options"> Level of Questions Total Marks Percentage of Marks in Total Easy 21 42% Average 20 40% Difficult 9 18%This paper should be completed in 1:30 hours. The maximum marks allotted for this paper is 50.

The following table shows the number of easy, average and difficult questions in the paper:

Level of Questions | Total Marks | Percentage of Marks in Total |

Easy | 16 | 32% |

Average | 22 | 44% |

Difficult | 12 | 24% |

Total |
50 |
100% |

This paper should be completed in 1:30 hours. The maximum marks allotted for this paper is 50.

The following table shows the number of easy, average and difficult questions in the paper:

Level of Questions | Total Marks | Percentage of Marks in Total |

Easy | 15 | 30% |

Average | 20 | 40% |

Difficult | 15 | 30% |

Total |
50 |
100% |

For the purpose of self assessment, we have compiled four levels of sample question papers with solutions for class 2 Maths and English. These question papers are made in accordance with the CBSE syllabus. Practicing these papers, students can develop a better understanding of the concepts and improve their exam preparation.

This paper should be completed in 1:30 hours. The maximum marks allotted for this paper is 50.

The following table shows the number of easy, average and difficult questions in the paper:

Level of Questions | Total Marks | Percentage of Marks in Total |

Easy | 26 | 52% |

Average | 18 | 36% |

Difficult | 6 | 12% |

Total |
50 |
100% |

This paper should be completed in 1:30 hours. The maximum marks allotted for this paper is 50.

The following table shows the number of easy, average and difficult questions in the paper:

Level of Questions | Total Marks | Percentage of Marks in Total |

Easy | 21 | 42% |

Average | 20 | 40% |

Difficult | 9 | 18% |

Total |
50 |
100% |

This paper should be completed in 1:30 hours. The maximum marks allotted for this paper is 50.

The following table shows the number of easy, average and difficult questions in the paper:

Level of Questions | Total Marks | Percentage of Marks in Total |

Easy | 16 | 32% |

Average | 22 | 44% |

Difficult | 12 | 24% |

Total |
50 |
100% |

This paper should be completed in 1:30 hours. The maximum marks allotted for this paper is 50.

The following table shows the number of easy, average and difficult questions in the paper:

Level of Questions | Total Marks | Percentage of Marks in Total |

Easy | 15 | 30% |

Average | 20 | 40% |

Difficult | 15 | 30% |

Total |
50 |
100% |

This paper should be completed in 1:30 hours. The maximum marks allotted for this paper is 50.

The following table shows the number of easy, average and difficult questions in the paper:

Level of Questions | Total Marks | Percentage of Marks in Total |

Easy | 26 | 52% |

Average | 18 | 36% |

Difficult | 6 | 12% |

Total |
50 |
100% |

This paper should be completed in 1:30 hours. The maximum marks allotted for this paper is 50.

The following table shows the number of easy, average and difficult questions in the paper:

Level of Questions | Total Marks | Percentage of Marks in Total |

Easy | 21 | 42% |

Average | 20 | 40% |

Difficult | 9 | 18% |

Total |
50 |
100% |

This paper should be completed in 1:30 hours. The maximum marks allotted for this paper is 50.

The following table shows the number of easy, average and difficult questions in the paper:

Level of Questions | Total Marks | Percentage of Marks in Total |

Easy | 16 | 32% |

Average | 22 | 44% |

Difficult | 12 | 24% |

Total |
50 |
100% |

This paper should be completed in 1:30 hours. The maximum marks allotted for this paper is 50.

The following table shows the number of easy, average and difficult questions in the paper:

Level of Questions | Total Marks | Percentage of Marks in Total |

Easy | 15 | 30% |

Average | 20 | 40% |

Difficult | 15 | 30% |

Total |
50 |
100% |

For the purpose of self assessment, we have compiled four levels of sample question papers with solutions for class 3 Maths, English and Environmental Studies (EVS). These question papers are made in accordance with the CBSE syllabus. Practicing these papers, students can develop a better understanding of the concepts and improve their exam preparation.

This paper should be completed in 2 hours. The maximum marks allotted for this paper is 50.

The following table shows the number of easy, average and difficult questions in the paper:

Level of Questions | Total Marks | Percentage of Marks in Total |

Easy | 26 | 52% |

Average | 18 | 36% |

Difficult | 6 | 12% |

Total |
50 |
100% |

This paper should be completed in 2 hours. The maximum marks allotted for this paper is 50.

The following table shows the number of easy, average and difficult questions in the paper:

Level of Questions | Total Marks | Percentage of Marks in Total |

Easy | 21 | 42% |

Average | 20 | 40% |

Difficult | 9 | 18% |

Total |
50 |
100% |

This paper should be completed in 2 hours. The maximum marks allotted for this paper is 50.

The following table shows the number of easy, average and difficult questions in the paper:

Level of Questions | Total Marks | Percentage of Marks in Total |

Easy | 16 | 32% |

Average | 22 | 44% |

Difficult | 12 | 24% |

Total |
50 |
100% |

This paper should be completed in 2 hours. The maximum marks allotted for this paper is 50.

The following table shows the number of easy, average and difficult questions in the paper:

Level of Questions | Total Marks | Percentage of Marks in Total |

Easy | 15 | 30% |

Average | 20 | 40% |

Difficult | 15 | 30% |

Total |
50 |
100% |

This paper should be completed in 2 hours. The maximum marks allotted for this paper is 50.

The following table shows the number of easy, average and difficult questions in the paper:

Level of Questions | Total Marks | Percentage of Marks in Total |

Easy | 26 | 52% |

Average | 18 | 36% |

Difficult | 6 | 12% |

Total |
50 |
100% |

This paper should be completed in 2 hours. The maximum marks allotted for this paper is 50.

The following table shows the number of easy, average and difficult questions in the paper:

Level of Questions | Total Marks | Percentage of Marks in Total |

Easy | 21 | 42% |

Average | 20 | 40% |

Difficult | 9 | 18% |

Total |
50 |
100% |

This paper should be completed in 2 hours. The maximum marks allotted for this paper is 50.

The following table shows the number of easy, average and difficult questions in the paper:

Level of Questions | Total Marks | Percentage of Marks in Total |

Easy | 16 | 32% |

Average | 22 | 44% |

Difficult | 12 | 24% |

Total |
50 |
100% |

This paper should be completed in 2 hours. The maximum marks allotted for this paper is 50.

The following table shows the number of easy, average and difficult questions in the paper:

Level of Questions | Total Marks | Percentage of Marks in Total |

Easy | 15 | 30% |

Average | 20 | 40% |

Difficult | 15 | 30% |

Total |
50 |
100% |

This paper should be completed in 2 hours. The maximum marks allotted for this paper is 50.

The following table shows the number of easy, average and difficult questions in the paper:

Level of Questions | Total Marks | Percentage of Marks in Total |

Easy | 26 | 52% |

Average | 18 | 36% |

Difficult | 6 | 12% |

Total |
50 |
100% |

This paper should be completed in 2 hours. The maximum marks allotted for this paper is 50.

The following table shows the number of easy, average and difficult questions in the paper:

Level of Questions | Total Marks | Percentage of Marks in Total |

Easy | 21 | 42% |

Average | 20 | 40% |

Difficult | 9 | 18% |

Total |
50 |
100% |

This paper should be completed in 2 hours. The maximum marks allotted for this paper is 50.

The following table shows the number of easy, average and difficult questions in the paper:

Level of Questions | Total Marks | Percentage of Marks in Total |

Easy | 16 | 32% |

Average | 22 | 44% |

Difficult | 12 | 24% |

Total |
50 |
100% |

This paper should be completed in 2 hours. The maximum marks allotted for this paper is 50.

The following table shows the number of easy, average and difficult questions in the paper:

Level of Questions | Total Marks | Percentage of Marks in Total |

Easy | 15 | 30% |

Average | 20 | 40% |

Difficult | 15 | 30% |

Total |
50 |
100% |

For the purpose of self assessment, we have compiled four levels of sample question papers with solutions for class 4 Maths, English and Environmental Studies (EVS). These question papers are made in accordance with the CBSE syllabus. Practicing these papers, students can develop a better understanding of the concepts and improve their exam preparation.

This paper should be completed in 2 hours. The maximum marks allotted for this paper is 50.

The following table shows the number of easy, average and difficult questions in the paper:

Level of Questions | Total Marks | Percentage of Marks in Total |

Easy | 26 | 52% |

Average | 18 | 36% |

Difficult | 6 | 12% |

Total |
50 |
100% |

This paper should be completed in 2 hours. The maximum marks allotted for this paper is 50.

The following table shows the number of easy, average and difficult questions in the paper:

Level of Questions | Total Marks | Percentage of Marks in Total |

Easy | 21 | 42% |

Average | 20 | 40% |

Difficult | 9 | 18% |

Total |
50 |
100% |

This paper should be completed in 2 hours. The maximum marks allotted for this paper is 50.

The following table shows the number of easy, average and difficult questions in the paper:

Level of Questions | Total Marks | Percentage of Marks in Total |

Easy | 16 | 32% |

Average | 22 | 44% |

Difficult | 12 | 24% |

Total |
50 |
100% |

This paper should be completed in 2 hours. The maximum marks allotted for this paper is 50.

The following table shows the number of easy, average and difficult questions in the paper:

Level of Questions | Total Marks | Percentage of Marks in Total |

Easy | 15 | 30% |

Average | 20 | 40% |

Difficult | 15 | 30% |

Total |
50 |
100% |

This paper should be completed in 2 hours. The maximum marks allotted for this paper is 50.

The following table shows the number of easy, average and difficult questions in the paper:

Level of Questions | Total Marks | Percentage of Marks in Total |

Easy | 26 | 52% |

Average | 18 | 36% |

Difficult | 6 | 12% |

Total |
50 |
100% |

This paper should be completed in 2 hours. The maximum marks allotted for this paper is 50.

The following table shows the number of easy, average and difficult questions in the paper:

Level of Questions | Total Marks | Percentage of Marks in Total |

Easy | 21 | 42% |

Average | 20 | 40% |

Difficult | 9 | 18% |

Total |
50 |
100% |

This paper should be completed in 2 hours. The maximum marks allotted for this paper is 50.

The following table shows the number of easy, average and difficult questions in the paper:

Level of Questions | Total Marks | Percentage of Marks in Total |

Easy | 16 | 32% |

Average | 22 | 44% |

Difficult | 12 | 24% |

Total |
50 |
100% |

This paper should be completed in 2 hours. The maximum marks allotted for this paper is 50.

The following table shows the number of easy, average and difficult questions in the paper:

Level of Questions | Total Marks | Percentage of Marks in Total |

Easy | 15 | 30% |

Average | 20 | 40% |

Difficult | 15 | 30% |

Total |
50 |
100% |

This paper should be completed in 2 hours. The maximum marks allotted for this paper is 50.

The following table shows the number of easy, average and difficult questions in the paper:

Level of Questions | Total Marks | Percentage of Marks in Total |

Easy | 26 | 52% |

Average | 18 | 36% |

Difficult | 6 | 12% |

Total |
50 |
100% |

This paper should be completed in 2 hours. The maximum marks allotted for this paper is 50.

The following table shows the number of easy, average and difficult questions in the paper:

Level of Questions | Total Marks | Percentage of Marks in Total |

Easy | 21 | 42% |

Average | 20 | 40% |

Difficult | 9 | 18% |

Total |
50 |
100% |

This paper should be completed in 2 hours. The maximum marks allotted for this paper is 50.

The following table shows the number of easy, average and difficult questions in the paper:

Level of Questions | Total Marks | Percentage of Marks in Total |

Easy | 16 | 32% |

Average | 22 | 44% |

Difficult | 12 | 24% |

Total |
50 |
100% |

This paper should be completed in 2 hours. The maximum marks allotted for this paper is 50.

The following table shows the number of easy, average and difficult questions in the paper:

Level of Questions | Total Marks | Percentage of Marks in Total |

Easy | 15 | 30% |

Average | 20 | 40% |

Difficult | 15 | 30% |

Total |
50 |
100% |

For the purpose of self assessment, we have compiled four levels of sample question papers with solutions for class 5 Maths, English and Environmental Studies (EVS). These question papers are made in accordance with the CBSE syllabus. Practicing these papers, students can develop a better understanding of the concepts and improve their exam preparation.

This paper should be completed in 2 hours. The maximum marks allotted for this paper is 50.

The following table shows the number of easy, average and difficult questions in the paper:

Level of Questions | Total Marks | Percentage of Marks in Total |

Easy | 26 | 52% |

Average | 18 | 36% |

Difficult | 6 | 12% |

Total |
50 |
100% |

This paper should be completed in 2 hours. The maximum marks allotted for this paper is 50.

The following table shows the number of easy, average and difficult questions in the paper:

Level of Questions | Total Marks | Percentage of Marks in Total |

Easy | 21 | 42% |

Average | 20 | 40% |

Difficult | 9 | 18% |

Total |
50 |
100% |

This paper should be completed in 2 hours. The maximum marks allotted for this paper is 50.

The following table shows the number of easy, average and difficult questions in the paper:

Level of Questions | Total Marks | Percentage of Marks in Total |

Easy | 16 | 32% |

Average | 22 | 44% |

Difficult | 12 | 24% |

Total |
50 |
100% |

This paper should be completed in 2 hours. The maximum marks allotted for this paper is 50.

The following table shows the number of easy, average and difficult questions in the paper:

Level of Questions | Total Marks | Percentage of Marks in Total |

Easy | 15 | 30% |

Average | 20 | 40% |

Difficult | 15 | 30% |

Total |
50 |
100% |

This paper should be completed in 2 hours. The maximum marks allotted for this paper is 50.

The following table shows the number of easy, average and difficult questions in the paper:

Level of Questions | Total Marks | Percentage of Marks in Total |

Easy | 26 | 52% |

Average | 18 | 36% |

Difficult | 6 | 12% |

Total |
50 |
100% |

This paper should be completed in 2 hours. The maximum marks allotted for this paper is 50.

The following table shows the number of easy, average and difficult questions in the paper:

Level of Questions | Total Marks | Percentage of Marks in Total |

Easy | 21 | 42% |

Average | 20 | 40% |

Difficult | 9 | 18% |

Total |
50 |
100% |

This paper should be completed in 2 hours. The maximum marks allotted for this paper is 50.

The following table shows the number of easy, average and difficult questions in the paper:

Level of Questions | Total Marks | Percentage of Marks in Total |

Easy | 16 | 32% |

Average | 22 | 44% |

Difficult | 12 | 24% |

Total |
50 |
100% |

This paper should be completed in 2 hours. The maximum marks allotted for this paper is 50.

The following table shows the number of easy, average and difficult questions in the paper:

Level of Questions | Total Marks | Percentage of Marks in Total |

Easy | 15 | 30% |

Average | 20 | 40% |

Difficult | 15 | 30% |

Total |
50 |
100% |

This paper should be completed in 2 hours. The maximum marks allotted for this paper is 50.

The following table shows the number of easy, average and difficult questions in the paper:

Level of Questions | Total Marks | Percentage of Marks in Total |

Easy | 26 | 52% |

Average | 18 | 36% |

Difficult | 6 | 12% |

Total |
50 |
100% |

This paper should be completed in 2 hours. The maximum marks allotted for this paper is 50.

The following table shows the number of easy, average and difficult questions in the paper:

Level of Questions | Total Marks | Percentage of Marks in Total |

Easy | 21 | 42% |

Average | 20 | 40% |

Difficult | 9 | 18% |

Total |
50 |
100% |

This paper should be completed in 2 hours. The maximum marks allotted for this paper is 50.

The following table shows the number of easy, average and difficult questions in the paper:

Level of Questions | Total Marks | Percentage of Marks in Total |

Easy | 16 | 32% |

Average | 22 | 44% |

Difficult | 12 | 24% |

Total |
50 |
100% |

This paper should be completed in 2 hours. The maximum marks allotted for this paper is 50.

The following table shows the number of easy, average and difficult questions in the paper:

Level of Questions | Total Marks | Percentage of Marks in Total |

Easy | 15 | 30% |

Average | 20 | 40% |

Difficult | 15 | 30% |

Total |
50 |
100% |

The sample paper is created keeping the easy, average & difficult questions in mind. In order to help the student to challenge their learning, we have created four levels of sample papers. The number of difficult questions increases with the increase in the levels.

This paper should be completed in 1:30 hours. The maximum marks allotted for this paper is 50.

The following table shows the number of easy, average and difficult questions in the paper:

Total50100%After solving this paper, check your answers with the solution provided. Move to the next level paper to attempt more difficult questions.