The CBSE Board papers are neither deemed too difficult nor too easy but the challenge for the students is to revise the syllabus in a way that they can solve any difficulty of papers easily. 1
But before that, let’s have a look at the structure that was followed to set the CBSE Economics 2013 Question Papers. This will help you to compare the changes from the latest year pattern.
According to this pattern, the 2016 Question Papers included 30 compulsory questions divided into two sections and four types of questions. Each section was allotted 50 marks of the paper weightage. Also, Q11 and Q19 were value-based questions.
Now, click on the links below to access all the official CBSE Class 12 Economics Board Question Papers of 2013 in PDF format.
These Economics 2013 Papers will give you an idea of the pattern that was followed in the year 2013 to make it easier for students to attempt the paper. Other benefits of solving Previous Year Papers and Sample Papers are listed below.
To further facilitate the students prepare for better results in their Class 12 Board exams, we have quality learning resources that are our EDUCART NCERT EXEMPLARS FOR CLASS 12 2022 BOARD EXAMS.
They are available for Mathematics, Physics, Chemistry, and Biology, with all the NCERT Exemplar Problems and their explained Solutions. We have also added some important questions from Diksha Platform for Class 12.
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