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LNaqvi Wednesday, May 10, 2017 02:43 PM

CSP with Computer Science
 
Do we have any CSP who opt Computer Science and allocated, I have seen several on this forum with good marks in CS but anyhow failed in some other subject. :blink

quantumX Wednesday, May 10, 2017 08:15 PM

I have never heard or even seen on forum/internet that someone having a degree in Computer Science has passed the exam and been allocated. And I have been thinking of replacing CS with IR as I have lost interest in the former.

hmkashif Wednesday, May 10, 2017 09:05 PM

Computer Science as an Optional Subject
 
Computer Science is a high scoring subjects provided you have studied at college/university and have a firm grip on the subject. My elder brother has done BSCS from University of the Punjab, Lahore. He scored 89/100 in 2010 and secured 5th overall. :))

quantumX Thursday, May 11, 2017 12:49 AM

[QUOTE=hmkashif;1021643]Computer Science is a high scoring subjects provided you have studied at college/university and have a firm grip on the subject. My elder brother has done BSCS from University of the Punjab, Lahore. He scored 89/100 in 2010 and secured 5th overall. :))[/QUOTE]

Now the CS paper is of marks 200 and has vast syllabus to cover as compared to what it was back in 2010. It's now been difficult to cover almost everything since its syllabus was changed.

Neptune Shadow Thursday, May 11, 2017 12:12 PM

I scored 83 in paper A and 86 in paper B, 169 in total. I failed in english precis.

hmkashif Thursday, May 11, 2017 05:23 PM

CS as an optional
 
Obviously, CS is not an easy subject and only those with CS academic background opt for this subject. Look at the score of my fellow colleague who has decent score in CS. I believe if you have CS background, go for it. It is better and high scoring option than all other subjects in 200 category such as Accountancy & Auditing, Economics, Political Science & International Relations. The thing that matters is how you attempt it irregardless of its scoring trend in previous years, etc

kaka88 Thursday, May 11, 2017 07:43 PM

[QUOTE=quantumX;1021626]I have never heard or even seen on forum/internet that someone having a degree in Computer Science has passed the exam and been allocated. And I have been thinking of replacing CS with IR as I have lost interest in the former.[/QUOTE]
May be you need to surf more on this forum. You will see plenty of candidates, in fact, CSPs with Computer Science as their optional subject who not only passed but also secured distinction.

quantumX Thursday, May 11, 2017 08:39 PM

[QUOTE=kaka88;1021873]May be you need to surf more on this forum. You will see plenty of candidates, in fact, CSPs with Computer Science as their optional subject who not only passed but also secured distinction.[/QUOTE]

I tried but could not find one. If you come across such a person then do share here about him/her.

LNaqvi Friday, May 12, 2017 01:39 PM

[QUOTE=Neptune Shadow;1021762]I scored 83 in paper A and 86 in paper B, 169 in total. I failed in english precis.[/QUOTE]
Yes I have seen your dmc of 2016, you scores were appreciable, did you appear in 2017 ?

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LNaqvi Friday, May 12, 2017 01:48 PM

my score was 123 in 2016, paper I = 66 and paper II = 57 but i am thinking the same as you are !
i dint appear in 2017 but INSHALLAH i'll appear in 2018


[QUOTE=quantumX;1021626]I have never heard or even seen on forum/internet that someone having a degree in Computer Science has passed the exam and been allocated. And I have been thinking of replacing CS with IR as I have lost interest in the former.[/QUOTE]


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