The CBSE economics curriculum can be a challenging, sometimes even intimidating, proposition at most times. Students of classes 11th & 12th, who are going to take the final examination in the near future, are always on the look-out for resources that can augment their own efforts and help them improve their grades in the exams. Hurriedly taught lessons in class may not always be sufficient for the students to be able grasp the intricacies of a concept for them to answer all questions at exam time.
EduwizardS has stepped in to fill this gap by presenting a series of online diagnostic tests specifically aimed at CBSE economics students of 11th and 12th classes. Our economics test engine has been designed by experts in the field who are well conversant with the CBSE economics syllabus, understand every nuance of the entire test process and have framed the questions contained in the test so as to cover the entire syllabus for both classes exhaustively. Students who opt for this service shall have access to thousands of multiple choice questions (MCQs), objective type questions, test papers, sample papers and model tests that will closely simulate the actual test. Such an approach not only ensures that students find themselves uniquely prepared for anything the real test may have in store for them, but they are also able to assess themselves continuously and identify their strong and weak points much before the exam. Our test analysis engine provides updated information on the studentís performance on the tests as he goes about giving the final touches to his exam preparation.
The CBSE curriculum for classes 11th & 12th has been covered to saturation by the questions that comprise each test. For class eleven, Parts A and B, each consisting of four separate units have thousands of questions that ensure that every possible perspective has been taken care of and the possibility of the student being taken by surprise are zero. Also, assignments have been included to help the student become more independent in his preparation. For class twelve, the tests are even more exhaustive as the syllabus becomes more advanced with the introduction of Micro and Macroeconomics.
After taking the tests and faithfully attempting all the questions the student shall be able to feel the soundness of his preparation and be able approach the final examination without fear or anxiety.