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Economics for class XII: Read, realize & refurbish your CBSE board exam 2018 preparation
Although earlier there used to be 30 questions, this year's CBSE board examination paper of economics for class 12th will contain a total of 24 questions. All these 24 questions shall be divided into two different sections as Part A & Part B.

Diagrams in the economics' paper are vital. It makes your presentation rich and marks oriented therefore all the aspirants appearing for the economics paper should not forget to draw diagrams wherever necessary, clearly and beautifully. At the time of answering the question paper, if one feels necessary, one should present a neatly drawn diagram along with his/her answers.

"Note: Students should carefully draw the diagram neat and clean with the help of pencils only but not with pens as if looks further wrong or irrelevant he/she can redraw it by erasing easily which not at all possible in case of pen drawn diagrams."

Just like mathematics, economics also deals with formulae, diagrams and equations which the aspirants must present wherever necessary.

Economics' board paper also includes many numericals, therefore, aspirants should concentrate in each and every step of numerical-based solutions. Even putting up related and concerned formulae along with answers logically will enable the aspirants to score highly.

In case replying to questions based on the chapters such as 'Law of Demand, Law of Supply and Elasticity of Demand and supply', the answers must contain related formulae along with the answers. Even if your answer is wrong and not relevant, then also one can get 1to 1 ½ marks if the related formula is right.

All the questions relating to the 'National Income' must be solved in vertical style and not in horizontal.

In case solving questions on 'Price Equilibrium', the concerned diagram of chain effect should be drawn properly.

The entire question paper of the 2018 CBSE board examination will be sub divided into two major areas of economics, namely 'macro economics' and 'micro economics'. Generally, micro economics consumes more time than macro economics. Therefore, students should always at first attempt all the questions of micro economics and then switch over to the other area or division of macro economics.

The answers should always be to the point with perfect logic, formulae and diagrams as found in NCERT books.

All the major and important parts of your answers should be underlined and highlighted with pencil.

Try to keep at least 10 minutes in the end to revise properly after attempting all the 24 questions before you finally submit your answer sheet.

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