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What are the CSS scoring subjects?
Answered by Abrahim Shah (3rd Position, 2018)
I think subject selection is instrumental in CSS preparation and this is the first thing that you engage with when preparing. In my opinion, the ‘subject wasn’t high scoring’ narrative that we hear is somewhat true and does exist but these things are highly unpredictable. For instance, one year the average score for Public Administration might be in 40s but the following year, it might be in 80s, and hence it becomes so arbitrary that it gets difficult to judge on this basis. In my opinion, the first thing that you should consider while selecting subjects is your own aptitude and strength. For instance, I had an Economics and History background so I opted for 200 marks Economics and 100 marks US History. This not only made preparation easier for me, but also saved my time. Just like this, you should also consider your background, if it’s in physics, computer science, international relations whatever it is, take your education background into consideration. You should also take your strengths into account. Some people are good at writing scientific answers, some are good with writing to the point answers, some are good at writing long answers like those in social sciences and humanities. Again in my case, since I had history in my bachelors, I was used to writing long answers and I selected Anthropology as one of my optional subjects. Likewise, you should also see if you’re good at writing long answers then you should select subjects like sociology and anthropology, if you are good at writing to the point answers then you should select subjects like environmental sciences. Basically, you should play on your strengths and try to focus less on the scoring trend. Look for what suits you and your strengths. If it’s related to your background it will help you prepare effectively in the limited time you have.