CBSE Class 11 Psychology Test Papers, Unit Tests and Periodic Assessment Exams

Psychology Test Papers for Class 11 are the collection of past unit test papers and periodic assessment class test papers which helps students to prepare for upcoming monthly quarterly half yearly and annual exams. Here on Ribblu one can get a lot of Test Papers for Class 11 Psychology in PDF format for free.

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Class 11 Psychology Marks Distribution
Units Marks
What is Psychology? 7
Methods of Enquiry in Psychology 10
The Bases of Human Behavior 8
Human Development 6
Sensory, Attentional and Perceptual Processes 8
Learning 9
Human Memory 8
Thinking 7
Motivation and Emotion 7
Total 70

Psychology Topics to be covered for Class 12

  • Individual Differences in Human Functioning, Assessment of Psychological Attributes, Intelligence, Theories of Intelligence: Psychometric Theories of Intelligence, Information Processing Theories, Theory of Multiple Intelligences, TriarchicTheory of Intelligence, Planning, Attention-Arousal and Simultaneous Successive Model of Intelligence, Individual Differences in Intelligence, Culture and Intelligence, Emotional Intelligence, Special Abilities: Aptitude: Nature and Measurement10.Creativity
  • Self and Personality, Concept of Self, Cognitive and Behavioural Aspects of Self, Culture and Self, Concept of Personality, Major Approaches to the Study of Personality, Assessment of Personality
  • Nature, Types and Sources of Stress, Effects of Stress on Psychological Functioning and Health, Coping with Stress, Promoting Positive Health and Well-being
  • Meaning of Development, Factors Influencing Development, Context of Development, Overview of Developmental Stages
  • Concepts of Abnormality and Psychological Disorders, Classification of Psychological Disorders, Factors Underlying Abnormal Behaviour, Major Psychological Disorders
  • Nature and Process of Psychotherapy, Types of Therapies, Rehabilitation of the Mentally Ill
  • Explaining Social Behaviour, Nature and Components of Attitudes, Attitude Formation and Change, Prejudice and Discrimination, Strategies for Handling Prejudice, Social Cognition, Schemas and Stereotypes, Impression Formation and Explaining, Behaviour in the Presence of Others, Pro-social Behaviour
  • Nature and Formation of Groups, Type of Groups, Influence of Group on Individual Behaviour, Conformity, Compliance and Obedience, Cooperation and Competition, Social Identity, Intergroup Conflict: Nature and Causes, Conflict Resolution Strategies
  • Human-Environment Relationship, Environmental Effects on Human Behaviour, Promoting Pro-environmental Behaviour, Psychology and Social Concerns
  • Developing as an effective Psychologist, General Skills, Observational Skills, Specific Skills, Interviewing Skills7.Counselling Skills

Psychology Topics to be covered for Class 11

  • What is Psychology?, Understanding Mind and Behaviour, Popular Notions about the Discipline of Psychology, Evolution of Psychology, Development of Psychology in India, Branches of Psychology, Themes of Research and Applications, Psychology and Other Disciplines, Psychologists at Work, Psychology in Everyday Life
  • Goals of Psychological Enquiry, Nature of Psychological Data, Some Important Methods in Psychology, Analysis of Data, Limitations of Psychological Enquiry, Ethical Issues
  • Evolutionary Perspective, Biological and Cultural Roots, Biological Basis of Behaviour, Structure and Functions of Nervous System and Endocrine System and their Relationship with Behaviour and Experience, Heredity: Genes and Behaviour, Cultural Basis : Socio-Cultural Shaping of Behaviour, Enculturation, Socialization, Acculturation
  • Meaning of Development, Factors Influencing Development, Context of Development, Overview of Developmental Stages
  • Knowing the world, Nature and varieties of Stimulus, Sense Modalities, Attentional Processes, Perceptual Processes, The Perceiver, Principles of Perceptual Organisation, Perception of Space, Depth and Distance, Perceptual Constancies, Illusions, Socio-Cultural Influences on Perception
  • Nature of Learning, Paradigms of Learning, Classical Conditioning, Operant/Instrumental Conditioning, Key Learning Processes, Observational Learning, Cognitive Learning, Verbal Learning, Concept Learning, Skill Learning, Transfer of Learning, Factors Facilitating Learning, The Learner : Learning Styles, Learning Disabilities, Applications of Learning Principles
  • Nature of Memory, Information Processing Approach : The Stage Model, Memory Systems : Sensory, Short-term and Long-term Memories, Levels of Processing, Types of Long-term Memory, Knowledge Representation and Organisation in Memory, Memory as a Constructive Process, Nature and Causes of Forgetting, Enhancing Memory
  • Nature of Thinking, The Processes of Thinking, Problem Solving, Reasoning, Decision-making, Nature and Process of Creative Thinking, Developing Creative Thinking, Thought and Language, Development of Language and Language Use
  • Nature of Motivation, Types of Motives, Maslow’s Hierarchy of Needs, Nature of Emotions, Physiological Bases of Emotions, Cognitive Bases of Emotions, Cultural Bases of Emotions, Expression of Emotions, Managing Negative Emotions, Enhancing Positive Emotions

For Preparation of board exams students can also check out other resource material

CBSE Class 11 Psychology Question Papers

Important Questions for Class 11 Psychology Chapter Wise

Psychology Revision Notes for class 11

Previous Year Question Paper CBSE Class 11 Psychology

Why Attempting Past Test Papers are Important for Exam Preparation?

Test papers are mainly class test papers that the subject teacher had prepared in the past for previous students. Thus when students attempt such practice test papers they get to know the framework which the subject teacher is following in making examination papers. Apart from reference books and notes, Test Papers are very effective study materials for exam preparation. When a student tries to attempt previous test papers , it becomes very easy to gauge how well the topics have been understood and what kind of questions are asked in exams related to that chapter.

As they say before facing the main battle one needs to practice on small fights and get expertise and that will make sure the success in the finals. Similarly in order to score high marks in annual exams, it is imperative to attempt previous test papers so that the student identifies and checks whether the understanding of all concepts of the already prepared chapters of any particular subject are complete or not. It highlights the weak areas if any and gives students ample amount of time to revisit the topics and work on those areas and be better prepared before exams.

Periodic Test papers, Weekly tests and Unit Test papers are usually framed on few chapters of the syllabus thus the concentration of questions asked are of good depth thus when a student attempts those papers, it makes sure that no topic or fundamental concept has been skipped by students while studying any chapter.

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