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CSE 2022: Plan/ Strategy/ Daily Routine

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All the best sabko including me. 
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@ScarredEngineer mera bhi 82 ke aas paas hi aa raha hai kya karun bhai koi chance hai selection ka plz batao 


Yes even in general category there is a chance. Prepare for mains. I wasted a lot of time in speculation last year, reflected in my marks. 

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Rn sabse trustworthy key kaunsi lag rahi?
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84-90 according to various keys, obc! hopeless again


Ho jana chahiye. Hopefully

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@Pam123 how much u scoring?


I only checked shankar. Usme 92.xx OBC

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@Pam123 shankar ne har baar ki tarah cutoff predict ki kya??


Yes I think they did. Lemme check

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@Pam123 shankar ne har baar ki tarah cutoff predict ki kya??


Hardworking human ka dikh raha hai but shankar ka kuch abhi dikha nahi. 

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@Pam123 kitna hai?



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@Pam123 again the borderline case! i m frustrated now with this dilemma


Haan isme padhna mushkil hota bohot. Thoda thoda phir bhi agar ho paye try kar le. Final answer key k hisaap se hi hoga cut off decide

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Pehle mai D option fill kar raha tha but realise kara ki galat mark kar raha hu and then C ko fill kar diya ache se. As per various keys, iss question ka answer C hee hai. D vale circle mei  Maine circle ke andar ka kaafi bhar diya tha but boundary nahi bhari thi option vale circle ki. And C ka poora fill kar diya tha.

Abb Mera yeh sawaal hai ki agar aisa kuch ho jaaye toh isme marks milengay ya negative marking hogi ya neutral rahega ? 


Definitely negative. 

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@T2 last time i missed by 0.67 and the marksheet released few days back still haunts me! i am just unlucky who gets answers through elimination technique wrong many times


Being borderline and studying mains is very tough. Jo in these few days just gather what and how you are going to prepare in case you clear. Do few things but do them. I wasted a lot of time in speculation, every mark in mains counts as well. 

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The law governing the subject of wildlife, the Wildlife (Protection) Act, 1972, does not discriminate between animals found in protected areas and outside. It provides for equal protection for wild animals irrespective of where they are found.As per the law, wild animals are not the property of the government, and an animal which is wild in nature and free cannot be in the ownership of either the government or a private party.Only if the wild animal becomes a danger to human life or is diseased or disabled beyond recovery can it be allowed to be captured or killed by the competent authority, the Chief Wildlife Warden of the State. This provision is applicable to wild animals listed in Schedule I of the Wildlife (Protection) Act, 1972, which includes leopards. Mere apprehension or fear that a wild animal could endanger human life is not a ground for capture or killing.

- verbatim from the hindu

Statement 1 seems wrong then 😄

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@Pam123 yeah 2 only is the answer it seems


Agar ho toh +2.67 ho jayega mera

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Can anyone share any blogs/articles on different websites written by this years toppers or even share their marksheets etc. As in, what has been the trend in marking across various GS papers, different optionals.


There is a telegram channel for marksheets.

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Why are you bluffing? This isnt' shankar ias cutoff prediction


edit: I mistook it as shankar's. APologies

Lol. That’s okay. I would gain nothing from bluffing here.

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https://t.me/cse20marks


Marks statement. For anyone who asked.

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Out. Wasn’t expecting to be out this time. Anyway all the best everyone, give your best shot. Clearing prelims is a golden opportunity. 
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