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Yes,, according to the paper of CE-2013,,one has to cover the whole syllabus..and sheher bano's book is the best,,according to my opinion...besides,,i m also having very good notes...but the problem is that i have the notes in hard copy...
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No doubt psychology is a scoring subject,,i scored 137 in 2012...the most important thing is that my preparation for psychology-II was not up to the mark..if this subject is prepared well,then one can score easily above 150..
which books you have studied sir?
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Sheher Bano's book is not enough for covering whole syllabus, don't rely on it wholly. Do collect material from other books and internet too.
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I had covered the whole syllabus from the notes and sheher bano's books...moreover,, the exam cram series of jahangir is also good.
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yes I also got some very good notes of psychology but its in hard copy... but going through sher bano book is enough I think .... even his year also here were many questions that could be answered from this book very easily
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I feel we should prepare ourselves for the worse situation that may possibly arise when question paper will be in front of us.As none of us is subject specialist,we can't wholly depend on mere study,but combination of conceptual study and cramming at the same time.We have enough time left for exam as yet, we can afford to give 2 to 3 months to psychology to equip ourselves with knowledge that will altimatly fetch good marks for us.

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SCORING if concepts are clear...
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