Approach towards subjective questions, ISI-

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Approach towards subjective questions, ISI-

RajEco
Can some guide me and fellow DSE/ISI aspirants about the approach one should follow while preparing for ISI subjective questions.

- How should we start preparing right from now ?
- Do the answer checkers pay much heed to the presentation, proper steps of the answers?

I hope that the books that will be sufficient for Micro are- Rubinfield , Nicholson-Snyder.

Akshay and Prerna, Can you please help ?

Regards
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Vasudha
Hey. When you work out a multiple choice question you typically go through some steps in your mind. All you have to do in subjective questions is write those steps down. Clarity of thought should be reflected in the answers. If you want to prepare separately for this section you can write down answers to the previous years' questions.
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Akshay Jain
for reference books visit dis link
http://economicsentrance.weebly.com/uploads/1/1/0/5/1105777/study_guide.pdf
Akshay Jain
Masters in Economics
Delhi School of Economics
2013-15
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Re: Approach towards subjective questions, ISI-

june30
I thought the complete paper was of multiple choice questions ?
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Re: Approach towards subjective questions, ISI-

RajEco
In reply to this post by Vasudha

Thanks :-)
I hope that helps.

On Oct 28, 2013 6:36 PM, "Vasudha [via Discussion forum]" <[hidden email]> wrote:
Hey. When you work out a multiple choice question you typically go through some steps in your mind. All you have to do in subjective questions is write those steps down. Clarity of thought should be reflected in the answers. If you want to prepare separately for this section you can write down answers to the previous years' questions.


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