Maths 9th Class Punjab Board Paper Scheme 2021

Maths 9th Class Pairing Scheme 2021

Are you looking for the pairing scheme 2021 for the 9thth Class Mathematics, then you are at the right website. From here, you will see the complete paper scheme 2021 for the 9th class Mathematics subject. However, This Given scheme has all the required information about MCQs, Short and Long Questions. Thus, this 9th mathematics scheme will help you in the annual exam 2021 preparation.

Punjab Boards

The paper pairing scheme 2021 of 9th class Mathematics is for the following boards under Punjab.

  • Multan
  • Rawalpindi
  • Lahore
  • Sahiwal
  • Sargodha
  • D G Khan
  • Faisalabad
  • Gujranwala
  • Bahawalpur

9th Mathematics Paper Pairing Scheme 2021

Below is the complete 9th class Mathematics paper scheme 2021 comprising three parts.

  • MCQs
  • Short questions
  • Long Questions

Multiple Choice Question (MCQs)

According to the paper scheme, there will be 15 MCQs in the mathematics paper, and each MCQ has 01 Mark. So, the total marks of this section will be 15.

9th Mathematics Chapter Number No. of MCQs
01 01
02 01
03 01
04 01
05 01
06 01
07 01
08 01
09 01
10 01
11 01
12 01
13 00
14 01
15 00
16 01
17 01

Short Questions

From this section, students have to attempt a total of 18 questions and 02 marks each. So, the total marks will be 36. However, this part has a further three questions, and students have to attempt the asked number of questions from each part.

Question #2:

From here, you have to attempt any 06 questions out of 09.

9th Maths Chapter Number No. of questions
01 02
02 02
03 02
04 02
05 01

Question #3:

From here, you have to attempt any 06 questions out of Nine.

9th Maths Chapter Number No. of Question
06 01
07 02
08 02
09 02
10 01
11 01

Question #4

From here, students have to attempt any Six questions out of Nine.

9th Maths Chapter Number No. of Question
12 01
13 01
14 02
15 02
16 01
17 02

LONG QUESTIONS

From this part, students have to attempt any 03 questions (both parts, a & b) completely. Each question has 08 marks, thus total marks will be 24.

Q#5 (a) Chapter 1 (Ex # 1.6) ; (b) Chapter 2 (Ex # 2.4, 2.6)

Q#6 (a) Chapter 3 (Ex # 3.4)  ; (b) Chapter 4 (Ex # 4.2. 4.4)

Q#7 (a) Chapter 5 (Ex # 5.2)  ; (b) Chapter 6 (Ex # 6.1, 6.2)

Q#8 (a) Chapter 7 (Ex#7.1)  ; (b) Chapter 17 (Ex # 17.2)

Q#9 (a) Chapter 12  ; (b) Chapter 16 (Theorem from both chapters)

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