Shri Rajiv Gandhi
Qualifying in Medical/ Engineering/ Foundations Level Competitive Entrance Tests have become a hard nut to crack because of the changing patterns of tests almost every year. Clearing the academic examinations or scoring high in them, is quite different from those of the competitive exams. In academic exams, the questions are straight forward and based on the facts and figures, while in competitive entrance tests, the questions are quite twisted.
In order to be acquainted with the twisted questions, and to learn the trends and tricks, which are essentially required to crack the competitive exams, students first need to clear the fundamental concepts. The gradually changing pattern of entrance exams like - NEET, AIIMS, JIPMER for Medical entrance exams; JEE (Main & Advanced) for Engineering entrance exams; NTSE, JSTSE, NMMS for Foundations level competitive exams and KVPY, Olympiads, etc., all have turned objective.
Time management is one of the crucial factors to crack the objective type entrance tests. Contrary to the conventional subjective type tests, a candidate gets few seconds to solve an objective question. Thus, rigorous practice is required to solve the questions correctly in the stipulated time period. If one is determined to score a high grade, one needs to practice as much as one can. And to streamline the strategy, one needs reliable coaching and guidance at the outset.
In the 30 years of our varied experiences in the coaching arena, we have observed that students who solve all the assignments, test papers and reference objective guides provided by us, come out successful. The reason is simple, those who solve multiple questions on each topic, leave little chances to miss the questions in the exam howsoever difficult. If you wish to be successful, leave procrastination and associate with a trusted name like ours, success will automatically be yours.