A large number of students face the heat of competition when they hear the word JEE Main and JEE Advanced. These days becoming an engineer has become a fascination for many in India. DSAT helps one to overcome the fear of writing a Joint Entrance Examination. It is an aptitude test that assists students to gauge their skills in various competitive exams.
JEE is held in two parts, i.e. JEE Main and JEE Advanced. The examination, JEE Mains is for students who want to seek admission in the IIT’s, CFTI’s and NIT’s.
JEE Advanced is meant for students who want to seek admission to the Indian Institutes of Technology.
Only the top 1, 50,000 students appearing for jee main are permitted to appear for IIT JEE. However, not being eligible for JEE Advanced is not the end of your journey.
JEE Main is not an easy task because it checks the versatility of one’s skill and knowledge therefore one requires months of preparation to learn the tricks for excelling in the exam. The biggest virtue is to realize whether one has the capability to write competitive exams or not. This is the point where DSAT comes into the scene.
DSAT, which stands for Deeksha Scholastic Aptitude Test organized in Deeksha campuses, gauges a student’s skills in competitive exams. If you are among those millions of students who are not confident whether they can compete for competitive exams like JEE Advanced, JEE Main, CET, etc, DSAT is the right platform for you.
Based on a one and half hour lecture, students are asked to write an exam. Depending on the marks they achieve, they are guided about the stream which will be suitable for them.
Like for example, a student might be poor in competing for JEE Advanced, but at the same time, he or she might score well in CET. So, the main purpose of the Deeksha Scholastic Aptitude Test (DSAT) is to let the students realise which exam they should opt for.
At Deeksha, we believe each student is different from others when it comes to their interests, their capability in competing exams, and many more. JEE Main classes conducted in Deeksha campuses train students in the best manner. There are many who are confused about the stream to choose after completing their Xth standard. DSAT acts as a boon for such students too. So, students who want to gauge their capability in competitive exams, who are confused about the stream they should select after completing their Xth standard, or who want to know whether they can opt for IIT courses start registering for DSAT now. Two slots of DSAT have been already conducted in various Deeksha campuses. So hurry, seats are filling up fast!