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Dilemma:whether to appear for CSE'18 or not?

I have not prepared my optional till now.No answer writting practice for mains.On other hand number of seats has been reduced.I have Chemistry as my optional so I am in dilemma that should I appear only for IFoS or for both CSE & IFoS.

Comments

  • Don't waste ur attempt ....if u have age..
  • Sharma ji agar pre ke liye khataraak padh rakha hai toh ifos only bhar do. You will have ample time to clear ifos easily. ( i met a person in library who failed civils mains by 100 marks but got into ifos through chemistry optional )

    If not confident for pre as well, toh scene ye hai ki waise toh ek attempt negative se koi farak nahi padta lekin it will come back to haunt you as a failure. Collect wins, not losses! So form bhar do, padho badhiya se, dena ya nahi ye 3 june ko decide karna.
    Revolution 2020
  • Jisko exam Nani Dena wo aake Mari bhaish Charwey :sunglasses:
  • Baswan committee has been recommended to reduce number of attempts and age. If you have age in your side, preserve your attempt and come hard next year 2019. This year both prelims and mains are going to be toughest ever since 750seats and 1:2 ratio for Interview call compared to last year.
    Cut off - ajgar range :D
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