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Old Tuesday, June 11, 2019
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Default Overlapping subjects for CSS and PMS

Hi,

I am looking for a combination that will be suitable for both exams, CSS and PMS.
I have a master in International relations but I still need your guidance to choose subjects which will help me prepare for both CSS and PMS in the best manner.
My Optional Subjects for CSS:

IR
Int. Law
USA History
Gender Studies
Sociology

Above are the subjects I've chosen for CSS 2020, but I am open to changing them if I am able to find a good combination which can help me in PMS as well.

My main question is, should I replace IR with political science so if I chose Political science for PMs, I won't have to prepare them separately?
Or should I keep IR for CSS and choose a completely different subject combination for PMS?


Please guide me about the other two subjects for PMS too and what subjects should be replaced in CSS as well.

Many thanks in advance to all the members of this forum who have always given me so much important information. May god bless you all.
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I am not sure about it but there might be some subject that you can overlap ..
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always opt for your major subject.
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always opt for your major subject.
Thanks. So should I opt IR for CSS and Pol. Science for PMs?
Can you guide me about what other two subjects should I should OPT for PMS, keeping my CSS subject selection in view?
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Please note that Sociology of CSS is much different from PMS's. Please take a look at course outlines of PMS and CSS so that you may not make an uninformed decision.
Also, yes, political science is mostly same. So you can prepare it much better.
Third subject will depend on your choice!
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Why not u choosed political science public administration sociology and Punjabi they are similar

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This seems like a great combination, Tayyaba. However, I am not exactly sure if I should change all my subjects.
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