9th Class Mathematics Paper Pattern 2024 All Punjab Board, Sindh Board, Federal & KPK board

9th Class Math Paper Pattern provides a structured breakdown of the distribution of questions for the 9th Class Mathematics examination conducted by the Punjab Board. The scheme is designed to assist students in understanding the allocation of marks across different units and chapters, thereby facilitating a more effective exam preparation strategy.

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9th Class Mathematics Paper Pattern 2024

1. Multiple Choice Questions (MCQs): 15 Marks

  • One MCQ from each unit, excluding Unit 13 and Unit 15.

2. Short Questions: 20 Marks

  • Unit 1:
    • 2 Marks (Question 1)
  • Unit 2:
    • 2 Marks (Question 2)
  • Unit 3:
    • 2 Marks (Question 3)
  • Unit 4:
    • 2 Marks (Question 4)
  • Unit 5:
    • 1 Mark (Question 5)
  • Unit 6:
    • 1 Mark (Question 6)
  • Unit 7:
    • 2 Marks (Question 7)
  • Unit 8:
    • 2 Marks (Question 8)
  • Unit 9:
    • 2 Marks (Question 9)
  • Unit 10:
    • 1 Mark (Question 10)
  • Unit 11:
    • 1 Mark (Question 11)
  • Unit 12:
    • 1 Mark (Question 12)
  • Unit 13:
    • 1 Mark (Question 13)
  • Unit 14:
    • 1 Mark (Question 14)
  • Unit 15:
    • 2 Marks (Question 15)
  • Unit 16:
    • 2 Marks (Question 16)
  • Unit 17:
    • 2 Marks (Question 17)

3. Long Questions: 25 Marks (Attempt ANY THREE from FIVE)

  • Chapter 1:

    • One part (5 Marks)
  • Chapter 2:

    • One part (6 Marks)
  • Chapter 3:

    • One part (7 Marks)
  • Chapter 4:

    • One part (6 Marks)
  • Chapter 5:

    • One part (7 Marks)
  • Chapter 6:

    • One part (8 Marks)
  • Chapter 7:

    • One part (9 Marks)
  • Chapter 17:

    • One part (8 Marks)
  • Chapter 12 (Compulsory):

    • One question (9 Marks)
  • OR

  • Chapter 16 (Compulsory):

    • One question (9 Marks)

This comprehensive layout aims to provide clarity to students, enabling them to focus their preparation on specific units and chapters. The optional long questions offer flexibility, allowing students to choose questions based on their strengths and preferences. The scheme is a valuable tool for effective exam planning and revision

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