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Hello, members of the CSS Forum, I need suggestion and advise from you people please. After seeing the scoring of Sociology, which was a high scoring subject of 2018, Im considering opting for either anthropology or psychology. Which is better amongst these two or should I stay with Sociology all together.
Secondly Im confused between either International Law or Criminology. Any kind of help would be much appreciated. Thank you.

P.s. My other optionals are: International Relations, Gender Studies and US History.
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Hello, members of the CSS Forum, I need suggestion and advise from you people please. After seeing the scoring of Sociology, which was a high scoring subject of 2018, I’m considering opting for either anthropology or psychology. Which is better amongst these two or should I stay with Sociology all together.
Secondly I’m confused between either International Law or Criminology. Any kind of help would be much appreciated. Thank you.

P.s. My other optionals are: International Relations, Gender Studies and US History.
First of all, scoring trends change almost every year so changing a subject just because of low scoring trend is not a good strategy. Secondly, such trend does not mean that everyone scores low as is evident from high scores by some aspirants in the US history.
Choosing btw anthro and psych will depend on your academic background and personal inclination. I dnt know about anthro, but psych can pitch you good marks, however, its not an easy subject. You will have to allocate a good chunk of your time to it. I will advise you to stay with sociology if you have already started preparing it.
Lastly, I law complements IR somewhat and goes well with it. You should go through the syllabus of both the subjects and have a look at at least 3 past papers, it will enable you to make a sound decision.
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First of all, scoring trends change almost every year so changing a subject just because of low scoring trend is not a good strategy. Secondly, such trend does not mean that everyone scores low as is evident from high scores by some aspirants in the US history.
Choosing btw anthro and psych will depend on your academic background and personal inclination. I dnt know about anthro, but psych can pitch you good marks, however, its not an easy subject. You will have to allocate a good chunk of your time to it. I will advise you to stay with sociology if you have already started preparing it.
Lastly, I law complements IR somewhat and goes well with it. You should go through the syllabus of both the subjects and have a look at at least 3 past papers, it will enable you to make a sound decision.
My background is Bachelors in Computer Science. Thank you so much for your response. Much appreciated.
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then your decision will only depend on your interest. Always go through the syllabus, past papers of the subject you want to opt. Also, pay heed to what other aspirants say about that particular subject.
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then your decision will only depend on your interest. Always go through the syllabus, past papers of the subject you want to opt. Also, pay heed to what other aspirants say about that particular subject.
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hi, im too confused in opting subjects pls help me
G1: IR / pol sci (im more inclined towards IR tho, however, suggest which one is good)
G2: phy / chemistry
G3: public administration / governance n public policies (I've no previous knowledge regarding any subjects from this group, so idk which one to choose)
G4: history of Pak&Ind / His of USA
G5: Gender studies / Environmental sciences (again no background knowledge but i read ppl saying about not to opt for gen. studies. pls suggest which one is best)
G6: international law/ muslim law n jurisprudence/ constitutional law
G7: psychology or sociology? (im inclined towards psychology tho)
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