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sallam to all members. i need your guidance regarding physics.As u aspirants knows that the subjects has re-grouped and to cover your 600 marks of optional subjects one must have to opt one subject of 200 mark..
i m civil engineer and quite good in derivations and technical subjects and able to write and elaborate in my own wording once i go through the whole topic and derivation of scientific subject..
can i opt physics?..what u suggest as i have heard from many people that physics is disastrous and can never fetch you a good marks?
please guide me as early as possible because its very rare to get answer on physics forum..
and if you recommend me then please please refer me any 1 good book of physics which can completely prepare me for both papers.
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Physics is a scoring subject provided you perform well in the paper:-)... I opted for physics three times including 2015 attempt and got the numbers which I expected.
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Physics is a scoring subject provided you perform well in the paper:-)... I opted for physics three times including 2015 attempt and got the numbers which I expected.
dear sylar thanks for guiding. what was your score in each attempt. and please guide me the 1 best book with respect to new syllabus,which covers all the topics as per requirement, and also with respect to your highest score and experience..waiitng 4 ur rply..
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I'm from computer sience bacground and havent joined any academy. Can I still take physics? A friend told me that its so hard that people from MS physics background dont opt it and another friend told me that its 50% fsc. So wat do u tink?
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You should opt Physics. I opted it in my first attempt in CE-2016. Part 1: 69, Part 2: 39. I don't know what disaster happened in the Part 2, probably I made some huge blunders, but I still maintain it is so easy to prepare and get marks in Physics for Engineers than to opt some Social sciences' subject.

In my other post, I have shared my Physics, hand-written notes will all concepts explains, formulas etc derived - a piece of cake for anyone having a Engineering degree especially Electrical, Mechanical or Civil.

@Madeeha Malik -> You better analyse the syllabus of Physics and see it for yourself if you can manage studying all those unbeknownst topics. And certainly this is far more advanced than F.Sc Physics. On a side note, you should opt CS. I have 145+ plus marks in CE-2016 CS paper - anyone with a CS background should go for it.
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You should opt Physics. I opted it in my first attempt in CE-2016. Part 1: 69, Part 2: 39. I don't know what disaster happened in the Part 2, probably I made some huge blunders, but I still maintain it is so easy to prepare and get marks in Physics for Engineers than to opt some Social sciences' subject.

In my other post, I have shared my Physics, hand-written notes will all concepts explains, formulas etc derived - a piece of cake for anyone having a Engineering degree especially Electrical, Mechanical or Civil.

@Madeeha Malik -> You better analyse the syllabus of Physics and see it for yourself if you can manage studying all those unbeknownst topics. And certainly this is far more advanced than F.Sc Physics. On a side note, you should opt CS. I have 145+ plus marks in CE-2016 CS paper - anyone with a CS background should go for it.
AOA , Can you please share link of post regarding physics notes . and share your strategy ?
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