Kolkata, September, 2014: For students preparing for JEE examination, here is an opportunity to appear for an all-India competition that matches the level and scale of IIT entrance, but is actually meant to examine the students for their preparedness for the all important test.
India's premier institute for engineering entrance training FIITJEE will hold its annual Talent Support Exam (FTSE) on September 21 this year across more than 60 test centers in India.
FIITJEE, which has over the years prepared thousands of Indians for IIT and other engineering colleges' entrance examinations is a socially responsible organization which aims to help students in every possible way to realize their full potential and achieve their goals.
As they prepare for entrance to IITs and other engineering institutes, FTSE gives students a unique opportunity to check how much distance they need to travel in their preparations. Through the all-India FTSE, students are able to gauge where they stand in competition with their peers, and the course correction they need.
FIITJEE Talent Support Exam for aspirants of JEE, 2015 (XII studying / pass Students), is an All India level assessment exam where students will get to know their projected JEE Ranks on the current level of their preparation. With still time for the main JEE examination, the students will be able to analyze their shortcomings and work on them in a planned way.
Some students, who are well prepared, as far as concepts and practice is concerned often fail to successfully implement their preparation during the slotted time of examination. FTSE helps students bridge this gap by giving them a kind of mock test exercise, complete with results and feedback.
Along with their scores, students are also offered suggestions and feedback by FIITJEE experts to cover the ground and plug their loopholes in time for the main examination. Once the level of preparedness is realized, further help can be availed by joining FIITJEE's Intensive Contact Program (ICP) - a program that provides critical inputs, including time management techniques and revision strategies.
Mr. R L Trikha, Director, FIITJEE, says "A number of things go into making a student successful at the national level. The right guidance and the right approach are among them. Testing of skills at the right time is crucial for those who are preparing to make it big. FTSE is a simulator for students to subject themselves to similar procedures & testing conditions as under JEE. This puts them in a position of advantage by allowing them to analyze where they are lacking and what chance they stand at the all-India level. Sometimes, students who have scored low in FTSE are spurred by our experts' guidance and feedback to cover their lost ground and emerge victorious in JEE".
The registration process is simple and students can register for FTSE through online and offline modes. The last date to register for the exam is September 16, 2014 through the paper application mode, while it is September 18 for the online application mode. The result for the examination will be declared on September 30.
The registration can be done at a fee of Rs 200. However, no fee will be charged from students who have enrolled for any JEE-2015 program or those who are NTSE scholars, KVPY Stage-I qualified or have qualified any of the stages of Jr. Science Olympiad or Sr. Olympiads (in Physics / Chemistry / Mathematics / Astronomy) conducted by HBCSE.
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