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Default Please help.......regarding mercantile law


I am confused about something and need your help. I took Mercantile Law as one of my optionals for CSS-2006 without looking at the past papers. I had the experience of mercantile law in the B.Com examinations, and assumed that CSS Mercantile Law would be similar to B.Com's .But the CSS paper was way advanced because of the examiner's asking case laws and section numbers. I gave the examination not knowing what the result would be. My entire paper took 4 or 5 pages, as I didn't write any case law examples or section numbers,however, my MCQs were almost all correct and my judgements on the cases were also correct.

I had already decided that next time I would drop mercantile law and take something else. But I was shocked when I found that I got 69 in it. Now I am confused whether to drop it or not, as I dont know the criteria on the basis of which he gave me the marks.Please advice me what to do and also tell me if anybody has a similar experience regarding mercantile law.

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i was the good at mercantile law not only when i was in but also at icmap where i got exemption ( a + 20% marks )

but in css 2006 i failed to get through because i got only 21 marks in mer law although i did good in the paper . if i had been given 33 marks i would have qualified the written exam

so i dont understand whether to advise u about the subject or first decide myself about this subject . if i choose another subject i will have to study from start . but i cant take risk taking mar law again
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Wsalam, dear u r welcome to the forum in all regards. Hope u will enjoy ur stay over here. Mercentile law is not the subject of my concern otherwise i could have helped u out. Hope others will pay appropriate heed to ur post. I believe that u should not leave Mercentile law coz it is giving u high marks.

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