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Dear all,

I intend to attempt economics paper (I have done Masters in it) in CSS 2007. Is it a scoring subject? I request members who have given economics paper to guide me (and all others who will be giving economics paper) about scoring high marks in economics.

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Welcome aboard, hope you'll have good time on forum.

Well, the scoring potential of any subject depends on your level of preparation, and so does the scoring capacity of economics. If you're masters in economics and you've good command over the subject you can have it as optional and you can score as well. Economics' paper is very tricky, but if you do good with it, you score good.


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Thanks Qurratulain,

You are right about scoring.

Can you guide how one should go about preparing for economics and how one should attempt the paper. Would you like to share your experience.

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Thanks Qurratulain,

You are right about scoring.

Can you guide how one should go about preparing for economics and how one should attempt the paper. Would you like to share your experience.

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Well Kashif, study patterns differ from person to person, but i'd quote the way i found better for my self. Here it goes.........

for exam preparation, you better plan the time table for Economics (If you're not in practice of the subject). After Planning time table, make a list of topics and then categorize them in two groups, one which you think, you need more effort to understand, and second which seem easy for you. And then start preparing, along with a difficult topic do go for one easy one. And when you finish with one topic just tick it in your list.

You can follow this strategy for both papers (Eco I & Eco II), and remember Paper II will be helpful for the preparation of Current Affairs paper as well.



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Dear Q,

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And what about about how to attempt the paper?

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And what about about how to attempt the paper?

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Well, attempting any question in the paper depends on the nature of the question. You better have a look at past papers and post the conflicting questions here, i'll share my method of attemting that particular question.


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kindly suggest me the best book for CSS about the ECONOMIC FOR CSS2020
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