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Originally Posted by Saira khattak View Post
Okay i will be going for criminology then I.A...��
Here is scoring trend of 2016. Consider it along with your interests and aptitude Saira. Scoring streaks lasts for at least 3-4 years but certain subjects always remain very high scoring.
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