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The UPSC and IAS exam both in the subjective examination is consists of two optional papers each valuing 250 marks. Altogether these optional subjects are consisting of 500 marks in the total of 1750 marks in the subjective paper and hence making it of higher chances to score. As this section is dependent on your choice and hence choosing the right subject in order to maximize your score out of 500 marks and hence resulting in an increase in the overall marks of the subjective examination. Which make it equally important to choose your optional subject wisely.
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The UPSC examination gives you a number of options and which are as follow as:
From the all the mentioned above subjects, choosing the right two plays a vital importance in order to increase your score as well as your chances of acing the examination equally. So it is important to choose your subject wisely and properly. And in order to choose the right subjects, it is important to understand a few metrics or factors that should be kept in check, in order to select the best and most efficient subject. The few tips and tricks for selecting the optional subjects:
These all above mentioned are the few important points that should be kept in mind in order to choose your optional subjects. Choosing the right subjects will give you a direct advantage of 500 marks in the examination which can be looked as the direct advantage of crossing the examination. The point is these optional subjects can be looked as an opportunity to score the most and hence resulting in the best of the marks and in a positive result and leading to increasing your chances of scoring well. Hence choosing the right subjects plays the most important role in the examination.
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