CBSE Class 12 Economics Board Exam: Last Minute Tips

DD Comic Style Sale Background 00811The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) will conduct the Class 12 Economics Board Exam on Thursday, March 31, 2016. You must be busy with your last minute revisions and trying to get the most out of your study hours these days.

To enable you further in your preparation, Team Meritnation brings you some important Last Minute Tips that you must not miss. So go through these tips and important topics that will help you prepare intelligently for the exams.

Total Marks : 100
Microeconomics : 50
Macroeconomics : 50

Our team of experts at Meritnation have created a list of sample questions after meticulously analyzing question papers of previous years’ and by evaluating the trend noticed in the past years by our experts.

Students, you can download these Important Questions easily right here! Just click HERE and download the file to access them right away.


Tips for Macroeconomics

Tips for Microeconomics

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Last Moment Merit Tips:

a) Stay calm: When you know you have been preparing for weeks for this exam, so you should not be so tensed about it. Try to be confident and calm.
b) Do not skip your morning meal: Do take your first meal in the morning before the exam. It kick-starts your brain and makes it exam-ready. Try avoiding caffeine as it tends to make your thinking less clear.
c) Do not withdraw socially: Sharing your feelings with your friends and family is the most relaxing thing for your ‘tensed-up’ brain.
d) No last-minute cramming: We understand that you often lose your calm before the exam and land up cramming up those topics that are not even relevant. This makes it difficult for the brain to recollect what it absorbed a day before.
e) Avoid discussing the question paper after the exam: This is what we all do every time when we walk out of an exam – asking our friends what did they put as answers for certain questions. There is no point worrying about what’s done and dusted, when you have the next exam to prepare for.

Please take a moment to spread these tips with your friends. After all, Knowledge is the only thing that grows when shared! :)  

Important Resources

> 5 Common Exam Mistakes Students Make

> Things To Do In Your 5-Minute Break

> 10 Tips to Study Smart and Save Time

> Gearing Up For SA 2

> Creating An Ideal Time Table For Your Board Exam

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