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AOA. I have done BCS . i want to opt the following subjects
Computer Science (200)
Pure Maths (100)
Applied Maths (100)
Gender Studies (100)
Muslim Law (100)
Please guide me that how is my selection and what will be the scoring trend. Thanks in advance
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Why are you selecting Muslim Law? Have you studied it before?
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no i haven't studied it before? but i am confused to whether select muslim law or history of usa, i heard from someone that most of people dont opt computer science and thats why scoring trend is low? is it right
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In your case, I'd suggest you to go for USA History not for the Muslim Law, and you can get good marks in computer science provided that you cover everything which you have studied in the BS. I recommend you to opt for CS because if you don't opt it then it's going to give the interview panel a bad impression.
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Salam!
I have done my bachlors in Mathematics.
I have choosen Applied Maths, Pure Maths and indopak history.
I am very confused what should i select for other 300 marks.
I was thinking of chosing accounting because i have intrest in that subject. But not sure if its worth it or not.
Plesse help me in selection of optionals.
Thankyou!
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Salam!
I have done my bachlors in Mathematics.
I have choosen Applied Maths, Pure Maths and indopak history.
I am very confused what should i select for other 300 marks.
I was thinking of chosing accounting because i have intrest in that subject. But not sure if its worth it or not.
Plesse help me in selection of optionals.
Thankyou!
I would suggest you following

1) Choose one language if you are good at one viz Punjabi, Sindhi, or Balochi, etc.
2) Have a look at the minuscule syllabus of Gender Studies.

Hopefully, this will help you. If still uncertain, please go through the syllabus and the past papers of multiple subjects to ease your process and progress.
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Salam!
I done MS Software Engineering and wants to appear in CE-2021 and i am confuse to select the optional subjects. As consult one of the academy and take first free class about optional subjects and then chooses the following subjects

Governance & Public Policies (100)
Gender Studies (100)
Criminology (100)
Sociology (100) or Journalism & Mass Communication (100)

and this cover 400 marks respectively but still 200 marks are awaiting to choose between Political Science or International Relation?

In my student life i am just a average student and done MS 2 to 3 years back so that's why i am not choosing computer science and its lengthy as well.

Kindly suggest me about optional subjects because i am really worried about this. And secondly tell from where to start the preparation (like compulsory or optional subjects).
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ASLAM ALAIKUM.
AMMARA KHAN here.
I am also a beginner in CSS preparations but hopefully I can guide you for subject selection in better way.
As you have chosen following subjects;
Governance and Public policies, group 3
Gender studies , group 5
Criminology ,group 6
Sociology , group 7
But as you mentioned that these all subjects only acquire 400 marks out of 600 marks of optional subjects. So, I will suggest you to take following subjects;
political sciences: group 1
indo-pak history : group 4
But remember the subjects you choose should be of your taste and interest.
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The other day, I was watching an interview of a retired civil servant. The explanation that he offered for the so called conundrum of high vs low scoring was quite plausible. On periodic basis, papers of certain optional subjects in CSS are made easy and aspirants find it a whole lot easy to secure good marks despite having degree in the related field. Based on this connection, other aspirants select that particular subject even when neither they had not studied this subject at university level nor do they have any slightest interest in it. When these aspirants are exposed to a deep analytical and knowledge based paper of the same subject the next year, they choke down and fail it just because of the lack of detailed knowledge in the subject. And the so called theory of high vs low scoring subject arises. The ‘herd response’ of aspirants to a seemingly evident connection in scoring trend of a subject lands them in hot waters.

Please select the subject based on you degree and your level of interest so that you could prepare for the paper in a detailed manner with the ability to satisfy the examiner in a multifaceted way in your answers. Try to synthesize the information and knowledge and develop linkages of your subject to other areas to better grasp the concepts.
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