Economics is a Social Science Subject and high Score in Jamb Economics important to decide your admission as a Social Science Student. Recommended Jamb Economics Textbooks to use are described in this article.
Someone asked me, what are the best books I should read for Jamb 2021 Economics and how do I get them? The answer is right in this article.
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The aim of the Unified Tertiary Matriculation Examination (UTME) syllabus in Economics is to prepare the candidates for the Board’s examination. Below are textbooks you should buy to prepare for Jamb 2021 Economics.
Books To Read For Jamb 2021 Economics
One or two of the following recommended Economics text for Jamb should be okay for you. You do not need to buy everything. In fact, if you already have a very good Economics textbook, just use it to read for Jamb.
- Aderinto, A.A names(s)? (1996). Economics: Exam Focus, Ibadan: University Press Plc.
- Black, J. (1997). Oxford Dictionary of Economics. Oxford: Oxford University Press.
- Eyiyere, D.O. (1980). Economics Made Easy, Benin City, Quality Publishers Ltd.
- Fajana, F et al (1999). Countdown to SSCE/JME Economics Ibadan: Evans
- Falodun, A.B. et al (1997). Round-up Economics, Lagos: Longman
- Kountsoyiannis, A. (1979). Modern Microeconomics, London: Macmillan
- Lawal, O.A. (1985). Success in Economics, London: John Muray.
- Lipsey, R.G. (1997). An Introduction to Positive Economics, Oxford: Oxford University Press.
- Samuelson, P and Nordhaus, W. (1989). Economics, Singapore: McGraw-Hill
- Udu E and Agu G.A. (2005). New System Economics: a Senior Secondary Course, Ibadan: Africana FIRST Publishers Ltd.
- Wannacott and Wannacott (1979). Economics, New York: McGraw-Hill.
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