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I am an aspirant of css 2020. My optionals are us history, criminology, gender studies. I am confused in selecting,
Psychology or sociology or geography
IR or political science
Which combination is best?
Seniors plz guide in this regard.

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US History
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Geography

The above three subjects are better all the time. In CE-18 US History turned out to be a nightmare but what I feel it will still fetch auspicious score. Do not opt IR. It does not give good score generally. It is my opinion, you can however vary it.
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Thanks for the suggestions...
I am confused bcz my background is Pharm-D. Can geography be easily covered without background?

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In Geo, there are mainly two portions. (As I divide in my own way to crack it) The first one is of physical geography, it needs cramming and practice. The second part is of economic geography and general questions which is damn easy. Without background, with little effirt, one can easily secure up to 70 plus score.
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I am confused bcz my background is Pharm-D. Can geography be easily covered without background?

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Go for psychology its not lengthy as compared to geography.
Just get the latest edition of psychology by Robert Feldman and read it from start to end. Thats all
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In Geo, there are mainly two portions. (As I divide in my own way to crack it) The first one is of physical geography, it needs cramming and practice. The second part is of economic geography and general questions which is damn easy. Without background, with little effirt, one can easily secure up to 70 plus score.
Can you please suggest me a good book for geography which covers all the syllabus outlines?

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Dont go for geo. This year paper was very tough. Go for languages instead.
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Dont go for geo. This year paper was very tough. Go for languages instead.
OK... Which is better sociology or punjabi?

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Not recommended. Go through 2019 paper.
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Punjabi would be a lot better than Sociology.
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