FPSC CSS Islamic Studies Guide
FPSC CSS Islamic Studies Guide by Dogar Brothers
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FPSC CSS Islamic Studies Guide by Dogar Brothers

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FPSC CSS Islamic Studies Guide + Tabir Academy Module by Dogar Brothers is available for instant delivery. This book covers entire CSS syllabus for Islamic Studies compulsory exam in a comprehensive way. 

Salient Features of FPSC CSS Islamic Studies Guide:

  • Smart Question wise approach

  • Detailed Answers according to CSS format

  • References from the Holy Quran


  • High Scoring Challenge: Challenge yourself until you master every concept
  • Learning box: Super Easy way to learn all the complex concepts
  • Mastery Levels: Learn to tackle easy, medium, and difficult questions. Preparation gets better by clearing each level
  • Time saver: 5x Faster Preparation. Score well in no time. Prepare in just 15 days
  • Bonus Feature: Tabir is Fun
  • Progress Bar: 100 percent progress at the progress bar means you are ready for your exam

    How do I score well in CSS Exams?

    Exam preparation can be divided into several phases:

      • Identifying the topics to prepare based on syllabus and past papers
      • Making a study schedule based on the topic list for better planning
      • Making comprehensive notes (electronic or hand-written) to cover the selected topics and making one-pagers in the revision phase
      • Practicing MCQ past papers as it covers 220 marks out of the total 1200
      • Appearing for mock exams in a real-time test environment to evaluate progress
      • Working on the weaknesses especially paper presentation
      • Allocating equal time to ALL questions in the paper. Cannot stress this fact enough.

    How to attempt questions in CSS Islamic Studies examination?

    1. Use references from the Holy Quran. Also, write a few references in Arabic, with their respective translations.
    2. Avoid quoting any controversial reference.
    3. Avoid quoting any incident you are not sure of. 
    4. Use Ahadis to complement your answers.
    5. Make sure all references are relevant to the topic being discussed.