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Question geography or Arabic or islamic history

plz guide me about it.. which one of these is less time consuming and more rewarding..
and individually,
how far geography requires cramming??
what about the arabic objective, short questions and short essay.. how do we attempt that?? what if we are unable to grasp the meaning of the questions while attempting the paper??
and can arabic be studied at home, without ne help from a teacher??
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plz guide me about it.. which one of these is less time consuming and more rewarding..
and individually,
how far geography requires cramming??
what about the arabic objective, short questions and short essay.. how do we attempt that?? what if we are unable to grasp the meaning of the questions while attempting the paper??
and can arabic be studied at home, without ne help from a teacher??
Well ! As far as my personal experience suggests ,
Arabic is abetter choice. Not only it is less time consuming but also
it is a highly rewarding subjects in terms of scores.
Now we come towards related questions.
Its objective keeps on repearting .
So if the MCQs of past papers are prepared this portion gets
prepared well and results in good scores.
The same is the case with short questions.
The better thing is that notes are there in market by Hafiz Arshad Sahb
containing solved objective as well as short questions.
If one prepares those past years questions, common sense gets developed about this language
and there are maximum chances that one can understand the question.
At least with me there has been no problem in this regard
Esssay consists of ten marks and is not big issue.
Either it is personality related or about arabic language. It can be prepared.
Arabic's translation portion of 40 marks creates the difference,
if at some other place one fumbles , it compensates that loss.
Yes this subject can be prepared at home.
I myself prepared it without any external help and got 137 marks in 2010 and
140 in 2011 despite this that paper of 2011 was tough and a bit out of traditional pattern.
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Arabic is better and Tasawurr bro has guided you so well that I'm unable to suggest anything further.
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