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Competitive exams every class 10 student should write

dSAT   |  05-Nov-2016

By Sunila Menon

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Today, youngsters are confused about in which field they have future. One of the main reasons behind this is “Plenty of choices”. Plethora of career options, too many colleges, too many suggestions all make the students puzzled. The discerning students are very well aware of the fact that if they take a wrong step, their future will be affected. They know it is very important to crack competitive exams. 

Here is a list of competitive exams for class X students. Earlier, National Talent Search Examination (NTSE) was the only talent exam for school students. However, things have changed now.


                Exam Name


                Exam Date

National Talent Search Examination (NTSE)


6th Nov, 2016, 13th Nov, 2016 & 14th May, 2017

Zonal Informatics Olymiad (ZIO)


20th November, 2016

International Olympiad in Mathematics (IOM)

CBSE/ICSE & Various State Boards

1st & 12th Dec, 2016.

International Earth Science Olympiad (IESO)

CBSE / ICSE & Various State Boards

16th January, 2016


Apart from the competitive exams mentioned above, students studying in class X can start preparing for other competitive exams too like IIT-JEE, JEE Main, CET or NEET. However, to start preparing for these exams, first of all, one should have a clear picture about their aptitude. It is not mandatory that a student who wants to clear IIT-JEE has the aptitude for that in him or her. So, it’s always better to gauge one’s competitive exam skills so that he or she can focus on a particular exam and score well in that.

Is there any way to check competitive exam skills? Yes, it is dSAT (Deeksha Scholastic Aptitude Test). Conducted on Sundays and pre-decided holidays, this aptitude test is meant for students studying in class X. The main objective of this exam is to analyze the aptitude of a student. Moreover, class X students can get a clear idea on which stream whether it Science, Commerce or Arts they should opt for in class XI and XII.




Isn’t it interesting? Don’t wait anymore, register now online and reserve a seat for you for the next dSAT going to be conducted on 6th November 2016 at the below mentioned Deeksha campuses:

dSAT also helps in finding the right career. How? Students writing dSAT gets a chance to write Harrison Career test worth Rs. 2000/ for FREE after writing the dSAT. This test helps one identify the right career based on their interests and personality. The combined scores of both the tests help one discover a motivating and successful career. 

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