Preparation Guide – Class 12 CBSE | Economics & Accountancy | Tejaswi Classes



Economics is involved as a main subject for class 12 commerce and humanities. It has applications all through the various areas from Finance, to politics, to development & even research etc. In today’s world where market are fast globalizing. Economics stands out as an important subject, which students should not deprioritize.

Paper Pattern:

There are 30 Questions in Economics exam. It includes section A for 50 marks and section B for 50 marks.


  1. Revise all the notes description and short formula’s learned by you all though the year.
  2. A flow chart preparation for every chapter will help shorten your toll of time and would inversely help in the detailed understanding of the subject.
  3. Care is needed while preparing for the numerical, as a small mistake of figure can lead to loss of marks.
  4. Give special attention to diagram and graph, along with it’s labeling as they hold the key to full marking.
  5. Practice the syllabus as Prescribed by the CBSE. CBSE Board Exam questions paper are completely based on the syllabus provided.
  6. Do not start a new topic at the last minute. Revise the topic, which you have already completed.


Tips for scoring good Marks in Accountancy Exam

  • Be well versed with the basics of accounting such as – (a) Rule of debit and credit i.e., both modern and traditional approach. (b) Journal entries, ledger posting and debit and credit balance. (c) Meaning of terms like fixed assets, current assets, liquid assets, current liabilities, fictious assets, capital and revenue receipts/payments, reserves/accumulated profits and losses, debt, equity, capital, operating and non-operating expenses and incomes, cash equivalents, operating, investing, financing activities, major headings of balance sheet, etc.
  • As part of your preparations, do the following
  1. Latest CBSE Sample papers
  2. Pre-board question papers of at least five other reputed school. These papers must be done in examination conditions within a time limit of three hours. Students should get them evaluated and analyse their mistakes, weak topics and concepts must be revised thoroughly.
  • Learn and draw formats of various accounts and statements with proper heading. Use scale to improve your presentation.
  • Always do a numerical question from a fresh page, try to complete an account/ statement on a single paper.
  • Make good use of the reading time to ascertain the level of difficulty of various questions and to decide the sequence in which the paper is to decide the sequence in which the paper is to be attempted. The time must also be utilized to analyze and breakup a question in small parts of easy understanding.
  • Always wear a watch to keep track of time so as to finish the paper well in time and do a quick revision before the exam ends.

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