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CSS Competitive Examination The Central Superior Services Examination is conducted every year for induction to Group 17 of the Civil Services

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Old Monday, January 14, 2013
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Hello dear friends,
I am currently completing my A-levels London,England and am looking to complete a degree in Law before i finally move back to my country,Pakistan. I still have another 4-5 years before I attempt the css papers inshAllah and so was wondering what I could do right now which will help build up my knowledge and help me prepare for the exam.
I am already regularly reading the dawn editorial section and am keeping my self in touch with the Pakistani news but any other tips by my seniors would be most helpful.
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Default Seniors please help me to choose.

I have a few years before I actually appear for the CSS exams in shaa Allah but i would like to start my preparation before hand and so I need the help of my seniors to chose the right optional subjects. My subjects in A levels are English language & Literature, Business Studies and History and then Law (LLB) in university. The subjects I am thinking of choosing is Law and then either public administration and business administration or english literature and either indo-pak history or islamic history.
What should I choose ?
For the history bit I am quite confident on my indo-pak history as compared to my islamic history as I have not studied a lot about the events after the life of the khalifas but at the same time I do enjoy reading about islamic history and so do feel confident if i was to choose that but the only thing is I will have less to learn if i choose indo-pak history but i have heard it is not as high scoring.
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