Sure Shot Repertory Guide for PG Students
This book gives you an overview of the type of questions asked, in written as well as in oral, especially at a PG level, helping students to master this subject. Repertory is a subject that seems quite simple on surface but as we start to enter its huge world we find it is an ocean of knowledge and while appearing for an exam, each drop of it can appear as a question especially at a PG level. This book compiles the drops of the ocean at a place covering more than 80 previous year question from the top universities along with oral questions giving you an overview of the pattern of questions asked, helping you to get the best out of your exams.
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