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I need advice on the selection of subjects for the CSS exam of 2022. I have a Masters degree in English Literature and Graduation with Pure Sciences. Can you suggest the appropriate subjects relevant to my subjects. I have made a research on subject selection but any useful advice from your side will be appreciated. What are the compulsory subjects and which I should select in optional subjects.

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Salam to all..
Anyone guide me about nearpeer...?
Is this good for css preparation or not...?
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Subject selection for Central Superior Services (CSS) exam is the hardest. The general rule is to select subjects that you know about or have studied previously in your academic career. You can always look at past papers and gather an idea about the sort of questions that will be asked and how firm you have knowledge of them. This will further aid your understanding.
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Yes, Nearpeer is quite good.
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Subject selection for Central Superior Services (CSS) exam is the hardest. The general rule is to select subjects that you know about or have studied previously in your academic career. You can always look at past papers and gather an idea about the sort of questions that will be asked and how firm you have knowledge of them. This will further aid your understanding.
Now most of the past papers have become irrelevant given the new trend of contemporary issues being asked in every paper.
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