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Preparations Tips for CLAT 2020

The dates for the Common Law Admission Test 2020 (CLAT) have been declared and will be conducted on August 22, 2020. Amandeep Rajgotra, National Product Head LAW, PRATHAM TEST PREP, shares a few preparation tips for aspirant students The exam (also called the ‘CLAT’) is an aptitude-based exam where the intent is to test the student’s interest towards law and …

Gradeup crosses 13 million registered users on its platform

Competitive exams preparation platform, Gradeup, announced its 13 million registered users mark early this week. The feat was achieved within a span of just 3.5 years, since its inception in 2015. In September 2018, the platform crossed the 10 million subscribers mark. Furthermore, there have been more than 6 million tests submitted on Gradeup, with more than 155 million question …

“Demand for MBA will continue unabated, but aspirants must be clear what they want out of MBA program”

An MBA from University of Virginia’s Darden Graduate School of Business,  Jatin Bhandari,  worked with Accenture before starting PythaGURUS (esb 2009) offering creative solutions for students. Curriculum magazine spoke with him about the current trend in MBA education and how aspiring students should negotiate the choice myriad  Do you think MBA as a career choice still commands the same mad …

Cracking JEE(Advanced)-2015

An analytical approach and some of the tips listed here will help you crack JEE (Advanced)   By Ramesh  Batlish, Senior Faculty FIITJEE, New Delhi   The JEE (Advanced) (formerly known as IIT-JEE) is an annual college entrance examination of the IITs in India. It is also one of the toughest engineering entrance exams in the world.  Only 1.5 lakh (approx.) …

India-specific LSAT now accepted by 60 law colleges, Next test on May 17

The India-specific Law School Admission Test (LSAT) an online standardized test administered by US-based Law School Admission Council (LSAC) via Pearson Vue India online platform is increasingly being accepted by law colleges in India. According to PearsonVue sources, about 61 institutions in India have started recognizing and accepting LSAT score.  Last year 3960 candidates appeared for the test. The next …

Mission May 03, 2015 (AIPMT exam): The last minute prep

The AIPMT is just around the corner and although the students by now will be more jittery than ever, but the right way to prepare yourself is to check your nerves and prepare well for the examination says Ashutosh Modi, Executive Director,EntrancePrime.com Be Positive- A positive attitude and a positive mindset can give you the motivation to study with full determination without …

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