- Understand the syllabus list and prioritize topics according to marks weightage.
- Also glance at the periods recommended section of the syllabus. This can give you tips on relatively how extensive and lengthy a topic is.
- Study the course focusing on understanding key concepts.
- If there are any concepts you are having trouble with understand them from the teacher; donâ??t leave it for later or skip the topic entirely.
- Focus on NCERT books as the CBSE board exam is based largely on NCERT books.
- Leave at least 2 months for revision.
- When revising, study topics
- you are strong in as well as topics you are weak in.
- Prepare a realistic study schedule and make sure you stick to it.
- Practice physically writing answers to test how well you understand the topics.
- Practice sample/previous year papers. This helps:
- Identify trends in the question paper.
- Being able to write in the style and within the word limits of the questions asked.
- Identify your weak points.
- Try to devote more time to scoring topics as well as your weak areas.
- Study and practice focusing on CBSE board based books. This will help you score in the targeted CBSE class 12th exams.
- Economics is a topic that benefits from group discussion, so you can try and study with (disciplined) friends in addition to self study.
- Revise at least twice.
- Whichever you prefer, studying late at night or early in the morning, make sure that you get enough sleep so your mind is alert.
- Most importantly do not blindly memorize. Economics is based on understanding, and that is the key to scoring well.
- CBSE Recommended textbooks
- Indian Economic Development, Class XI, NCERT
- Introductory Micro Economics, Class XII, NCERT
- Macro Economics, Class XII, NCERT
- Supplementary Reading Material in Economics, Class XII, CBSE
- Economics, as a subject is growing in importance day by day. Not only as a part of your syllabus, economics will help you in the future as well. An important part of commerce and humanities streams (with science not far behind) economics is essential to understanding the workings of a country and will also help you in making your own choices.
PART A: Introductory Microeconomics
- Introduction 4 Marks
- Consumer Equilibrium and Demand 18 Marks
- Producer Behavior and Supply 18 Marks
- Forms of Market and Price Determination 10 Marks
- Simple Applications of Tools of Demand and Supply –
PART B: Introductory Macroeconomics
- National Income and Related Aggregates 15 Marks
- Money and Banking 8 Marks
- Determination of Income and Employment 12 Marks
- Government Budget and the Economy 8 Marks
- Balance of Payments 7 Marks
Total: 100 Marks