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Old Sunday, August 02, 2020
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I am looking for counseling regarding the selection of optional subjects for the upcoming exam in 2021. Uptil now I have made the following choices regarding the selection of the optional subject:

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Accounting & Auditing

Business Administration


Gender Studies

[Soft Locked]

History of USA


I am fairly disputed between the two subjects mentioned in the Soft Locked Category, and unable to decide which of the subjects should I select for the examination.

I believe that Crimonolgy would be far better suite considering the subjects that I have chosen in the Hard Locked Category rather than History of USA.

Any guidance will be appreciated from the members of the group.
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Your subject selection is on point. Criminology will be better suited due to possible overlapping areas with Gender Studies and Sociology. However, the length of syllabus of USA History is considerably shorter than criminology (Also, it has been scoring and will be beneficial for current affairs and essay).

Criminology is at the risk of being targeted. So, I would suggest that you wait till the result of CSS 2020 exam. If either of the two subjects has been targeted for strict marking then opt that subject. Chances are it wont be targeted for CE 2021. That's my two cents on the matter
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