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I am studying B.Sc. (Hons) Forestry in 3rd year. How can I prepare for CSAT & which optional subjects are beneficial for me?

For CSAT, being a science student, you should not face much problem as you will be able prepare well with help of your accumulated knowledge. However, you need to read and revise the books and a lot of practice solving questions is going to be of great help.

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Optional subject selection is very important and you need to give little time to find which subject suits you the best. You can consider Botany or Agriculture if feel confident or may pick any one from humanities subjects that you can do justice with.

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