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Can you please guide me a little about these subjects? Which of these are easier and high-scoring subjects?

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Can you please guide me a little about these subjects? Which of these are easier and high-scoring subjects?

Journalism
Sociology
Psychology
Gender Studies
Geography
Gender Studies is good, easy and scoring too.

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Hello.. I have been struggling while narrowing down the subjects according to my personal interests but I need a senior's opinion on my selection. I have also kept 1 extra so I could get help on which of these subjects should I cancel? Or which of these subjects looks odd in the combination?


International Relations (200)
Gov & public policy (100)
Islamic History (100)
Gender Studies (100)
Philosophy? (100)
Psychology (100)
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Instead of focusing on personal interest, you should focus on scoring potential of a subject. To figure out the scoring potential of a subject look at the syllabus, see if it is short or lengthy. Compare the syllabus with its past papers. See if the questions in past papers directly correspond to the syllabus or not. Look at the fpsc reports, see the scoring trend. Some examples of high scoring subjects are punjabi, town planning, criminology. Do research on all optionals subjects before selection. Once you choose them, prepare optionals first, compulsory later. Good Luck.
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Instead of focusing on personal interest, you should focus on scoring potential of a subject. To figure out the scoring potential of a subject look at the syllabus, see if it is short or lengthy. Compare the syllabus with its past papers. See if the questions in past papers directly correspond to the syllabus or not. Look at the fpsc reports, see the scoring trend. Some examples of high scoring subjects are punjabi, town planning, criminology. Do research on all optionals subjects before selection. Once you choose them, prepare optionals first, compulsory later. Good Luck.
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Mairy ye waly hain

Physics
Gender study
History of Pakistan and India
Sociology
Criminology

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