Diagnosis of an examinee via Diagnostic Tests
The Opus Way has recently started a series of diagnostic tests considering that both CLAT and NIFT, entrance exams have become highly popular affairs and more students are preparing themselves to take part in these tests. The Opus Way wants its diagnostic tests to be the first step a student takes towards starting preparation for Law and Fashion Design Entrance. The basic aim of the diagnostic tests is to see how well aware a candidate is regarding the respective Entrance Exams he or she wishes to appear for and how much ground needs to be covered once the candidate has enrolled in the Coaching Center. This helps strategize the preparation for the respective entrance exams so that the weaker sections can be handled with precision.
Once the diagnostic tests for respective Entrance exams have been taken by a student, he or she will be able to come across certain facts which will act as helpful bonuses as they are about to start their CLAT and Fashion Design Entrance preparation. It must be remembered that the diagnostic tests are not the actual tests and in no way resembles either the Law or the Fashion Design Entrance. The diagnostic tests at the Opus Way aremodeled after the actual tests so that students have a faint idea of what sort of questions to expect from the actual entrance exams.
Both CLAT and NIFT, NID Entrance tests are divided into various sections and doing well in all the sections heightens one’s chances of making it through the entrance tests. Diagnostic tests provide section wise results so that a student is able to realize which particular section he or she is not very strong in and work accordingly. This is a major benefit of diagnostic tests as they help improve certain sections of a student’s Law or Fashion design entrance preparation. The diagnostic tests are highly important for both Law and Fashion Design entrance aspirants as they get proper ideas regarding the sections they need to work hard in and start preparing accordingly.
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