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Old Friday, July 08, 2016
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AoA, I'm a fresh Computer Science graduate looking forward to make my first attempt at CSS examination. This platform is all the guide I have and the subject combination and other preparation I've done so far are in the light of posts I read on this forum. After reading a lot about High Scoring vs Low Scoring debate, I've opted for following subjects as my electives:

1. International Relations (200)
2. Public Administration (100)
3. History of Pakistan & India (100)
4. International Law (100)
5. Sociology (100)

Although, I have a solid background in Computer Science and was thinking about choosing it along with Psychology as two of my optionals before but after reading so much negativity about Science subjects on this forum, I gave up on the thought. Please let me know if my current combination is okay or should I make any changes? Any further suggestions and guidance from seniors are much appreciated! Thank you.
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If i were you , i would have gone with Computer Science.. You said you have a good background.. If you really do have, don't go for IR.

Otherwise IR , Int Law , Sociology, is a good combination..
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