CBSE Class 12 Economics Paper Last Minute Preparation Tips, Test Papers
The Economics examination will commence at 10:30am and will end at 1:30pm, which means candidates will have 3 hours to finish their papers.
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CBSE Class 12 Economics Paper | The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) is set to conduct the Economics exam for class 12 today (March 13). The examination will commence at 10:30am and will end at 1:30pm, which means candidates will have 3 hours to finish their papers.
The Board will conduct the Economics examination for 80 marks, while 20 marks will be given to students by their respective schools for practical assessment.
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Economics comprises two parts – Micro and Macro Economics. Usually, candidates find the subject a tough one. However, it has a wider application in the age of market economy. Since the examination is a few hours away, students in their last leg of preparation must equip themselves with proper strategies to ace in the paper.
Here are some of the preparation tips:
Give equal focus on theory and numerical: Students should put equal emphasis on theory and numerical sections. Numerical has a larger role to play in helping them fetch a good score as CBSE follows step-wise marking.
Identify key areas: In the last moment, it is not possible to revise all topics. One should mark the scoring topics and revise them thoroughly. Some of the key topics are: Producer behavior and supply, Determination of income and employment, National income and related aggregates and Money and banking.
Have proper sleep: Before the examination, students should get a proper sleep. Otherwise, they will feel drowsy in the examination hall and could face difficulties in solving question papers.
Try to finish the paper earlier: Candidates should try to finish the paper in two-and-a-half-hours and keep half-an-hour to revise all the attempted questions. It will give them enough time to re-verify their answers.
Write answers in paragraphs: Once you start solving questions then go on to write them in paragraph and flow-charts. It will give your answer sheet a better presentation. Highlight important parts with a black pen.
Don’t miss on diagrams: In Economics, the best way to enforce your thought is to give proper focus on diagrams and explain them.
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