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Scientific Method to Fine Arts and Economics

- Read the questions first to find what you have to look for in the passage as it saves you time.

- Determine the premise and link it to the conclusion and inference through essential and critical details.

- Shift through useless details and save more time

- Answer the question using relevant details such as key dates, key facts and key figures.

- Underline these key details judiciously, if allowed

- For Economics and History divide the answer into Heading, Intro, Importance, Main Body, Conclusion along with diagrams (Geography and Economics)

- Be thorough and smart while going through tedious details in the book or exam and utilize brainpower to focus on what is essential and hence score more marks and earn knowledge which lasts a lifetime.

- Simple, effective, thorough understanding. Light on the mind and effective in the paper.

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