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Css exam pattern
For Css exam appearance you must well know of basic steps which have been to be followed:
- Css exam contain two papers each have 100 marks for each subject which contain 200 marks. While in other subjects there will be only one paper of 3 hour duration of time.
- It is MCQS type of paper expect essays and pure Mathematics
- Non Muslim have option to take Islamic studies or other competitive studies or religions
- If Candidate whom doesn’t appear in compulsory/optional subject. Then he will be not able to attend reaming part of examination
- Three paper of general knowledge (G1, G2 , G3) are to be passed combine marks 120 out of 300
Essay marks 100
English (Precise & Composition) 100 marks
Css exam age limit
One of most asked question of all time what is actual age criteria for css exam?
So the answer is 30. Before it was 28 but last year prime minster of Pakistan extended from 28 to 30. So its final age for Css Aspirant.
The announcement is basically a restoration of the original age criteria. The upper age limit initially used to be 30 and 32 years, respectively