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Which optional has the highest input-output ratio to get average marks (250-270 as per 2019 trends)?

Barry_Allen,BDand2 otherslike this
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Oh boy! PSIR here too.

AzadHindFauz,AJ_and3 otherslike this
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PSIR, it is!

I cannot vote against PSIR.

Also, wait for the 2020 results. PSIR is set to create history this year. 

AJ_,whatonlyand2 otherslike this
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How can we decide this? I haven't tried for any other optional? everyone would think there optional is such!

Wrong question. I am not voting :/

P.S take it on a lighter note.

KropotkinSchmopotkin,AJ_and2 otherslike this
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psir anthro ... neck to neck.. all anthro peeps out there mark your attendance...
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psir anthro ... neck to neck.. all anthro peeps out there mark your attendance...

I am PSIR but clicked Anthropology by mistake 😂

AJ_,THE_MECHANIC
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@Villanellehaha.. as per the question highest input output ratio for avg marks.. maybe anthropology is the answer... we have to wait for upsc official answer keys for that...


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The question is asking about highest input-output ratio i.e optional requiring high input for given output but i think people are voting & discussing assuming question to be highest output input ratio.Gajab😀


sonder,Villanelleand7 otherslike this
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The question is asking about highest input-output ratio i.e optional requiring high input for given output but i think people are voting & discussing assuming question to be highest output input ratio.Gajab😀


even i realise now 

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The question is asking about highest input-output ratio i.e optional requiring high input for given output but i think people are voting & discussing assuming question to be highest output input ratio.Gajab😀


Not even that.. people are just voting for their optional. 😂

sonder,Auroraand10 otherslike this
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The question is asking about highest input-output ratio i.e optional requiring high input for given output but i think people are voting & discussing assuming question to be highest output input ratio.Gajab😀



Aurora,AJ_and6 otherslike this
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I think the question could simply have been - which optional requires the minimum input to get average marks. Because you have already described the output as "average marks", there is no need to use the ratio!!! 
whatonly,
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I think the question could simply have been - which optional requires the minimum input to get average marks. Because you have already described the output as "average marks", there is no need to use the ratio!!! 

Or maybe just which optional is easiest :p

Panicmonster,Auroraand6 otherslike this
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The question is asking about highest input-output ratio i.e optional requiring high input for given output but i think people are voting & discussing assuming question to be highest output input ratio.Gajab😀


Just when I start to get confident, something like this happens :(.

Jonathan,
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Or maybe just which optional is easiest :p

Then people would root to any other optional, except their own. Everyone puts efforts in their own optional =>"my optional is not easy" syndrome. And the 'other optional [easiest]' will be, misjudged, with the number of candidates visible on the coaching institute advertisement or the one with top 100 rank's. 


Villanelle,whatonlyand1 otherslike this
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Or maybe just which optional is easiest :p

Then people would root to any other optional, except their own. Everyone puts efforts in their own optional =>"my optional is not easy" syndrome. And the 'other optional [easiest]' will be, misjudged, with the number of candidates visible on the coaching institute advertisement or the one with top 100 rank's. 


Indeed. One day if we can quantity everyone’s input maybe we will know for sure.

Usain_bolt,
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