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i have finished 12th recently... my aim is to become an I.A.S .. i am going to take a graduation course which i will take as my optional subject.. i am interested on chemistry becoz i like it in 12th.. bt some of them saying that chemistry is not a good option.. it is not a scoring subject.. tell me solution

It is too early to talk about optional subject; first think about General Studies related requirements and commence preparation with the subjects you like and have interest in.

You have enough time in hand to decide about optional subject; right now, take little steps and remain involved with study-plan so that there is not much of pressure on you. It is necessary to keep your interest alive as it is a long-term preparation.

It is a long journey and as you advance, you will gain lots of insights and while reading different subjects from diverse disciplines, you will be able to take a balance decision about optional subject.

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