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Then you think “oh i must talk something about the Indo-US nuke deal” so you go on talking about how we haven’t signed the CTBT and yet N.S.G gave us clearance and China-Pakistan couldn’t stop it so we are a global power now and we deserve a permanent seat in UNSC! This kind of padding goes on until time is up. You’ve messed up the whole thing, you totally deviated from the subject. Your essay doesn’t have any flow of thoughts or of Terms Glossary Legal rhythm. The seasoned examiners immediatly sniff out this padding and they don’t give much marks for it, your expected score for this kind of garbage writing is less than 50/200, means even with decent score in all other papers, your chances of getting interview call is close to zero. You’ve jeopardised your chances of selection in IAS, you’ve digged your own grave. That’s why take great care in picking up the subject first 30-40 minutes for thorough thinking. stick to the subject. 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