Questions asked in previous years’ examinations helps students in understanding the examination pattern and the types of questions asked as well as help in practising the concepts which are repeatedly covered in the exams. And we at Arihant understand the importance previous years’ questions play in preparing for CBSE Class XII Examinations. CBSE Chapterwise Solved Papers for Economics Class XII provides complete Topicwise-Chapterwise collection of fully solved questions asked in 2008-2015 Economics CBSE Class XII Examinations.
The present book designed especially for the students of Class XII who aim to succeed in the upcoming CBSE Class XII Economics Examination 2016 has been divided into two parts covering 12 chapters in total. Part A covers Introduction, Theory of Consumer Behaviour, Production & Costs, Theory of Producer’s Behaviour & Suppyl, Forms of Market & Market Equilibrium whereas Part B covers Introduction, National Income Accounting, Money & Banking, Income Determination, Government Budget & The Economy and Foreign Exchange Rate & Balance of Payments. Each question covered in the book has been solved strictly according to the CBSE marking scheme which will make it easier for the students to understand the marking scheme better and to master the concepts of Economics. Previous Years’ Questions from 2008 to 2015 covering Delhi, All India, Foreign & Compartment papers have been covered in the book. Also latest CBSE Sample Papers can also be found in the book along with CBSE Economics 2015 Solved Papers (All India & Delhi) which will help students get an insight into the recent examination pattern. Also a special section containing Value Based Questions (VBQs) has been covered after the chapterwise study.
As the book contains ample number of previous years’ solved questions, it for sure will serve as the perfect practice material for students preparing for upcoming Class XII CBSE Economics Board Exam.
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