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Default Difficulty level of psychology for CSS exams ?

I am an MBA with specialization in Human Resource Management and is planning to do CSS. I just wanted to ask about the difficulty level of psychology for CSS exams. I have just studied Psychology as an elective subject in BBA (Hons). Would I be able to study it at my own since I have interest in this subject. The academy I am going for isn’t providing any guidance for this subject. From where can I get guidance for psychology while residing in Lahore.

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Default Guidance regarding CSS Psychology

Hi Rabia Welcome to the world of CSS. Its good you have decided to opt for psychology as one of your electives.
Yea you can prepare psychology on your own but can not cover whole of the syllabi on your own. There are topics on which you need to have guidance from a psychologist. For that purpose, you can contact any one of the faculty members from the psychology departments of GCU and PU.
By the way, you can also contact me in this regard.
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welcome to forum
psychology becomes bit lengthy if you have little background
but i believe that no subject is difficult and can be made easy by hard work and right approach
yes some papers do have surprises but if you are well prepared ,you can easily handle it.
you can get guidance from psychologists in different institutions and also on this forum.moreover members here can also guide you
you can check other posts in this regard in psychology part in this forum.
if you need guidance you can post your problems or questions,respected members will guide you.
best of luck
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Thanks to both Ahmed and Doctor....
I would definitely take it as challenge and would be taking guidance from you all. So good to see such supportive attitude from you people. You people have really uplifted my motivation level... Thanks a million
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