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Default Dilemma between sociology and psychology.

Which one is the better selection in terms of scoring trend,difficulty level and time requirement for preparation?
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Which one is the better selection in terms of scoring trend,difficulty level and time requirement for preparation?
Sociology is interesting, lucid, short but low scoring; psychology's 70% syllabus is interesting (30% ratta) and is high scoring generally. Decide yourself!!

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Sociology is interesting, lucid, short but low scoring; psychology's 70% syllabus is interesting (30% ratta) and is high scoring generally. Decide yourself!!

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Sociology is my interest,and psychology ,as a medical student,should be easy for me.So,It will be hard to decide.Thanks!
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Sociology is my interest,and psychology ,as a medical student,should be easy for me.So,It will be hard to decide.Thanks!
Go for psychology. Eventually marks will matter in allocation not interest.. sociology will hardly give you 50-55 marks

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I think Psychology is low scoring subject even MBBS students got low score in it

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Suggest effective books,if it is a multi-book subject or a book for psychology.
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Understanding Psychology By Fieldman
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About 80pc from Feldman as mentioned by Mr Yousaf and remaining 3 topics (organizational, health and forensic) from internet

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