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Collated Essay Qn Types segregated specifically for Qn type for each topic of micro and macro economics. Question answering styles and evaluation methods with questions from Prelim Papers and contains useful evidence and evaluation methods for exam. These essay skills will help you to categorise your economics essay Questions easily and understand how to answer each question type.

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