Preparing well for JEE is one thing and transforming the knowledge and skills into success on the day of JEE is another. Unfortunately, many students are not able to adopt the right approach and are not able to develop proper examination temperament owing to the lack of right feedback on their preparation.
Against this backdrop, FIITJEE – India’s leading coaching institute for IIT JEE exams – has announced its Talent Support Exam (FTSE) – a national level assessment exam for JEE 2017 aspirants (class XII pass or pursuing). To be held on October 16, 2016, FTSE will help the students know their projected rank in JEE. It will also help the aspirants analyse their present position, along with their shortcomings. Students will also get effective suggestions to plug loopholes so that they can plan their study schedule and work on their weaknesses to perform to their optimum potential on the JEE day.
The last date for offline registration is October 12, 2016, while October 13, 2016 is the last date for online and e-application registration.
FIITJEE understands that every mark is critical and can create a huge impact on a student’s overall ranking. The FTSE has been designed to help students understand the importance of every mark and prepare accordingly.
As a socially responsible organisation, FIITJEE has over the years prepared thousands of students aspiring for IIT and other engineering entrance exams. FTSE will be held in more than 45 cities across the country.
Students are offered suggestions and feedback by FIITJEE experts to cover the lost ground and plug their loopholes in time for the main event. Once the level of preparedness is assessed, further help can be availed by enrolling in FIITJEE’s 96/138 hours IntensiveContact Programme for JEE 2017 (available for both class XII pursuing & class XII pass students) and Accelerate-One Year Condensed Classroom Programme for JEE 2017 of 300 hours duration exclusively designed for class XII pass students. These programmes are designed to provide critical inputs, including time management techniques and revision strategies.
Comments R L Trikha, director, FIITJEE, “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 prepare themselves to similar procedures and testing conditions as under JEE. This puts them in a position of advantage by allowing them to analyse 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.
For online registration, log on to www.fiitjeelogin.com
Registration fee for FIITJEE Talent Support Exam
1. Rs 200 (Inclusive of service tax) for students registering for a FIITJEE Test for the first time
Rs 100 (Inclusive of service tax) for students who had registered for any FIITJEE test in the past.
2. No registration fee is applicable for students who are NTSE Scholars, KVPY Fellow, KVPY Stage-I qualified or have qualified any of the stages of Jr. Science Olympiad or Sr. Olympiads (in Physics / Chemistry / Mathematics / Astronomy) from general category only conducted by HBCSE.
For results and more details, visit http://ftse.fiitjee.com/.Posted in Corporate