I completly agree with my Brother Aariz .
Dear Angelstar ! International Law is scoring and interesting as well . Moreover , it doesn't at all requires the background of law for its preparation . However , it takes time for a better preparation of the subject for scoring good marks . If you have time at your hand , do go for it . I had scored 71 in it in 2010's attempt . But I invested proper time in it and paper was easy as well . The better thing about this subject is it mcqs question . Mostly mostly its mcqs get repeated . Solving and preparing mcqs of past ten years papers can help securing atleast twelve to fifteen marks . One can also get 18 also as I had in 2010. This time also atleast fifteen are correct .
This question helps in securing betters .
But as my brother said I also again say it is time taking subject as books available in market are bulky comprising of almost thousand pages each . So one has to invest time in their preparation .
Wherease , journalism can be prepared in comparively less time . No doubt it was a disaster in 2010 . But nothing can be predicted about any subject , as FPSC keep rotating trends of the subjects . It can be , however preparade in much less time . Moreover its general questions are not much tough in the sense they are mostly from current affairs which one already has prepared for Essay , pak affairs and current affairs . In 2010 even aspirants , thought in small number , did very well in it .
In short ! I Law is scoring and interesting but takes time . While journalism is easy and can be prepared in little time comparively . However , it is not that much scoring as is I. Law .
Ya Allah ! Mujhay Apna Shukar Guzar Banda Bna Day.
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