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HI Akanksha,
     Glad to know that you want to make your career in Law.To take up law as a career  you need to first complete 12th and graduation.
Its a very happening career now a days .All the best!!!!...
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There are limited question- 150 question in 180 minutes that need to be answered . So with question number you can have idea that how many question are remaining to be answered ( if you had not skipped any question). If a candidate answers all the 150 questions (without skipping any question), the candidate will have an option of attempting 12 (twelve) extra questions, if there is still time left. These extra questions will be from Physics, Chemistry, and Mathematics only; four questions from each part. Further, once the candidate has opted for extra questions, he cannot go back for correction of any of the earlier answered 150 questions. If you had skipped any question and time is there you can go back and easily solve that question . So there is option of going back within a time frame that can easily help you know how many questions are unanswered.... ► Read more
There are limited question- 150 question in 180 minutes that need to be answered . So with question number you can have idea that how many question are remaining to be answered ( if you had not skipped any question). If a candidate answers all the 150 questions (without skipping any question), the candidate will have an option of attempting 12 (twelve) extra questions, if there is still time left. These extra questions will be from Physics, Chemistry, and Mathematics only; four questions from each part. Further, once the candidate has opted for extra questions, he cannot go back for correction of any of the earlier answered 150 questions. If you had skipped any question and time is there you can go back and easily solve that question . So there is option of going back within a time frame that can easily help you know how many questions are unanswered.... ► Read more
While giving the online exam there are a lot of advantages unlike the offline mode of the exam.
As the exam is a computer based test, there will be a panel on the side of the computer screen showing the number of responses answered, number of responses unanswered and the number or responses marked for review. All will be marked with a different colour so that becomes easy for you to understand what is better for you.
You can easily see the answers and answer them accordingly.
You need not fear as to what you have to do as there will be a person accompanying you during the exam and you can ask him also if you have doubts about how to give the exam. CBSE will offer practice test that one can take and practice for the online exam. It will give you an idea as to how the online exam works This test is a free of cost test that you can take on the CBSE website. This is only a mock test that will give you an idea as to how the online exam (Computer Based Test) works.
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Hey,

It all depends where you want to begin your career with. Legal matters are inland and are territorial in nature. In case if you've already planned CS, would suggest you to go ahead with a LLB in india...so as to get a sync of what you reeping in thro' your CS studies. Getting yourself into different kinda laws for a same issue ( in case you opt for CS and International LLB ) wouldn't yield much and won't get you an edge either.

CS is a bright option and tagged along with LLB ( even from a moderately reputed college/univ. ) makes you tall in your career stand point. However, it requires a lot of rigour to get what you want out of it. You may also consider doin Masters in Business Laws moving ahead with career and get yourself recognized.

Wish you da best..good to see you concerned early in your career and trying to get an oversight of things in future.

Cheers...Amay //...
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Hi,
You should have minimum 45% marks in your 10+2 examinations for joining General Nursing and Midwifery course. The duration is 3 and 1/2 years.
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There are specializations in nursing career also. Some are listed below

Nursing Superintendent (NS), Assistant Nursing Superintendent (ANS) Nurse case manager, Nursing in Charge, Clinical Nurse, Nurse Administrator, Nurse anaesthetist, Nurse Educator, AID’s Care Nurse, Genetics Nurse, Cardiac Rehabilitation Nurse, Intravenous Therapy Nurse, Occupational Health Nurse, Correctional Nurse, Nephrology Nurse, Neuroscience Nurse, Trauma nurse, Forensic nurse, Flight Nurse, Holistic Nurse, Military nurse etc.
So you can take up nursing as a career
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You can actually go ahead with doing MS or some related Masters degree. First you should make up your main as to whether you are willing to study more which will provide you with a good salary and package more easily and in a lesser span of time . However if you are rightaway looking for a job then things would be a little different where climbing the ladder will take a little longer and may have a wavy graph as far as the money factor is concerned.... ► Read more
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