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I am being suggested to opt Physics only if i am an expert. I can understand it well enough, but can't handle tweaks and out of syllabus questions (as happened in 2017 paper). I can understand IR well enough but it is low scoring. What should I do & what would you recommend?

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I am also thinking to take physics as an optional. different person describe different scenarios regarding science subject . so in my opinion , if you think you can do physics then go for it.
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I am being suggested to opt Physics only if i am an expert. I can understand it well enough, but can't handle tweaks and out of syllabus questions (as happened in 2017 paper). I can understand IR well enough but it is low scoring. What should I do & what would you recommend?

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I have opted both.
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I am being suggested to opt Physics only if i am an expert. I can understand it well enough, but can't handle tweaks and out of syllabus questions (as happened in 2017 paper). I can understand IR well enough but it is low scoring. What should I do & what would you recommend?

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Your current standing counts the most...you know Physics better than IR and you will definitely get better score after preparation

so the equation is

Starting Point

IR = 0 + hardwork
Phy = 1 + hardwork

as you mentioned that IR is low scoring as compared to Physics so donot hesitate and give your best shot.
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I am being suggested to opt Physics only if i am an expert. I can understand it well enough, but can't handle tweaks and out of syllabus questions (as happened in 2017 paper). I can understand IR well enough but it is low scoring. What should I do & what would you recommend?

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I opted physics in 2017 ..i spent almost 3 months on its preparation .i made short notes + long notes ..But at the end i would not recommend it to my siblings ..baki apka apna decision hai...
I have been through css 2017
Look its not about choosing subjects that interest u .Its about subjects that will give u the Get-through-css card ..if i were u i would opt IR without a second thought...Specially the current trend of papers ...Physics say door raho bhai...
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I opted physics in 2017 ..i spent almost 3 months on its preparation .i made short notes + long notes ..But at the end i would not recommend it to my siblings ..baki apka apna decision hai...
I have been through css 2017
Look its not about choosing subjects that interest u .Its about subjects that will give u the Get-through-css card ..if i were u i would opt IR without a second thought...Specially the current trend of papers ...Physics say door raho bhai...
I have been advised same by almost everyone i consulted so i'm going to drop it. Thanks for your suggestion

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