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I am 21 year old guy. I have just completed my BS Chemistry. I am confused in choosing subject from group 1.
My optional are:
1- IR or Political Science (?)
2 - Chemistry
3 - Philosophy
4 - Environmental Science
I have very keen interest in studying Philosophy. Western and Eastern political thought seems very easy to me and I have already studied most of the philosophers. But what makes me confuse are the Constitutions.
I will highly appreciate if you can provide me with some insights.

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If you love reading philosophy, and are a chemist, then you can easily hold your nose and memorize and go through some solid constitution notes and do well in this subject. The analysis of the constitution is part history and part conceptual. Nothing you can't overcome if you like philosophy and chemistry.
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Political Science is a good subject to opt and if you love to read about philosophers then you should go for it without giving it an other thought . Recent scoring trend of this subject is also very encouraging .
Besides , it is easy to prepare and handle in exam.
P.S It is easy in a way that it is very static unlike I.R which demands one to read hell lot of current affairs stuff .

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I am 21 year old guy. I have just completed my BS Chemistry. I am confused in choosing subject from group 1.
My optional are:
1- IR or Political Science (?)
2 - Chemistry
3 - Philosophy
4 - Environmental Science
I have very keen interest in studying Philosophy. Western and Eastern political thought seems very easy to me and I have already studied most of the philosophers. But what makes me confuse are the Constitutions.
I will highly appreciate if you can provide me with some insights.

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As this question is very eminent in everywhere whether to go for Political Science or Internation Relation. And the intriguing thing is that People are also providing their hollow opinions in order to fill the void without any proper and prior knowledge or experience of these subjects. In fact, such people will let you even more bewildered because everyone is implementing their own interests upon you. If a person likes a subject, he will find various ways in order to find his peers. But the thing is that what should you do?
As you're going to sit in the exam, therefore, it is high time for you to select optionals according to your background, potential, and interest etc. This is the very initial phase of your CSS exam, you're supposed to learn how to take decisions on your own, if you cannot, stop dreaming of doing CSS. For if you failed in this very step of your exam by following others blindly and not your heart. I don't think so if you are competent to appear in competitive exams. All you need little guidance in order to select your optionals, let me help you in this regard.
kindly focus on the following things while opting your optionals in descending order.
- Your background
(It can even let you pass your paper with zero preparation)
- Interest
(All the world is running upon interest, with this you can make the toughest subject easiest for you)
- Potential
(You know better what is handy and convenient for you and what is not)
- Common subject
(Check out which subject's topic are common with your compulsory and optionals subjects and collapse with the rest of your subjects, indeed, it will save your time and energy)
- Syllabus
(Watch out which subject's syllabus is less, and may take your lesser time to get across without any hurdle)
- Scoring Trend
(To me, scoring trend is a myth because if you are good in a good subject and you also performed well in that subject. I believe, it will be a great injustice to you if the examiner would let you get higher marks in that very subject)

Furthermore, both Political Science and International Relations (I.R) are the core, vast and scoring as well as interesting.

Political Science will help you up to some extent in

- English Essay
- Current affairs
- Pakistan affairs
- History of Pakistan and India
- International Relations
- Philosophy
- Constitutional law



International Relations can help you out up to some degree in

- English Essay
- Current affairs
- Pakistan affairs
- International law
- US History
- British History
- Political Science
- Economics


To cap it all, review onwards 2016 past papers of both subjects that will also uplift you which subject is more suitable for you to opt without any further delay.

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As this question is very eminent in everywhere whether to go for Political Science or Internation Relation. And the intriguing thing is that People are also providing their hollow opinions in order to fill the void without any proper and prior knowledge or experience of these subjects. In fact, such people will let you even more bewildered because everyone is implementing their own interests upon you. If a person likes a subject, he will find various ways in order to find his peers. But the thing is that what should you do?
As you're going to sit in the exam, therefore, it is high time for you to select optionals according to your background, potential, and interest etc. This is the very initial phase of your CSS exam, you're supposed to learn how to take decisions on your own, if you cannot, stop dreaming of doing CSS. For if you failed in this very step of your exam by following others blindly and not your heart. I don't think so if you are competent to appear in competitive exams. All you need little guidance in order to select your optionals, let me help you in this regard.
kindly focus on the following things while opting your optionals in descending order.
- Your background
(It can even let you pass your paper with zero preparation)
- Interest
(All the world is running upon interest, with this you can make the toughest subject easiest for you)
- Potential
(You know better what is handy and convenient for you and what is not)
- Common subject
(Check out which subject's topic are common with your compulsory and optionals subjects and collapse with the rest of your subjects, indeed, it will save your time and energy)
- Syllabus
(Watch out which subject's syllabus is less, and may take your lesser time to get across without any hurdle)
- Scoring Trend
(To me, scoring trend is a myth because if you are good in a good subject and you also performed well in that subject. I believe, it will be a great injustice to you if the examiner would let you get higher marks in that very subject)

Furthermore, both Political Science and International Relations (I.R) are the core, vast and scoring as well as interesting.

Political Science will help you up to some extent in

- English Essay
- Current affairs
- Pakistan affairs
- History of Pakistan and India
- International Relations
- Philosophy
- Constitutional law



International Relations can help you out up to some degree in

- English Essay
- Current affairs
- Pakistan affairs
- International law
- US History
- British History
- Political Science
- Economics


To cap it all, review onwards 2016 past papers of both subjects that will also uplift you which subject is more suitable for you to opt without any further delay.

Regards
Go fr environmental science

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