Economics is a challenging and interesting subject. The subject is considered as one of the important subjects for the Arts and Commerce students.
As a subject it requires hard work, clarification of concepts since it involves theory and mathematical elements. Little effort, repeated practice and skillful learning will sure fetch you good marks.
CBSE Class 12 students are writing the exam shortly and have kept their fingers crossed.
Here are few guidelines that channelise your reading.
- Yes, it is the exam time! You do not have much time to revise the complete notes. Hence, start focusing on the descriptions and formulas that you have learnt through out the year.
- Learn definitions and memorize explanations in points.
- Try to put what all you have learn in words by making a small note of it. For Eg: Prepare a flow chart of the respective chapter. Thus, it helps you to track down the points on the subject.
- Be careful about numbers. Small mistake in figures leads you to a wrong calculation.
- Microeconomics has the mathematical concepts so it is essential to get cleared of doubts before the exam, or else you have to pay the revising time.
- Keep a separate data of formulas. Write description and derivations of the formulas. Time yourself and solve problems repeatedly as this increases your accuracy and speed.
- Apart from theoretical knowledge of textbook, Macroeconomics needs updates on ongoing issues in the government sector as well as on new survey, research etc., for which, you have to keep monitoring news and newspapers as and when possible.
- In addition to these, it is mandatory to solve the old, sample question papers and model test papers of NCERT and CBSE. It is sure that this helps to keep a track of the number of questions raised from a topic, and the approximate marks assigned on the topic.
- It is required to revise all chapters twice before final exam. Make sure you have remembered all important concepts and formulas.
- Economics is more of a theory paper. Better you practice writing to increase your writing speed.