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Questions you must answer before joining a coaching Institute

dSAT   |  27-Sep-2016

By Sunila Menon

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Are you planning to pursue NEET from a top institution after class X? For that purpose are you looking for a good coaching institution to guide you in your preparation? Don’t get confused while selecting the right coaching centre. Here are few tips that will help you find the right option for yourself. 

Ever thought how you will be questioned in the GD/ PI session during admission after clearing the entrance exam? That is how you should do while searching for a good coaching centre. Ask as much relevant questions as you can. After all, you are not only looking for one just to prepare for the exams but also paying a good amount of money to the coaching centre.



So, here is a list of questions you should ask:

  • How are you different from other coaching classes? What are your past achievements?

As we say, “History speaks for itself” past achievements would help you know the reputation of the institute and at the same time will also inform you what extra efforts the centre has put in to achieve those successes.

  • Does the institute offer trial or demo classes to students before joining?

Generally, a reputed coaching institute offers 3 to 4 trial or demo classes to students. You need to ensure that you choose the subject and time of the class so that you attain an independent assessment of the quality of teaching. This way the coaching centre will not make any plans to impress you with great lectures by their faculty member.

  • Am I capable of cracking NEET?

This is a question that students who are planning to join a coaching centre should ask to themselves. One should make sure whether they have the capability to crack any competitive exam. One of the best ways to clear this confusion is writing dSAT (Deeksha Scholastic Aptitude Test). Conducted on Sundays and pre-decided holidays at Deeksha campuses, the aptitude test helps assess a student’s aptitude and interest.

It helps students understand their capability in cracking JEE Main (AIEEE), IIT-JEE (Advanced), CET and NEET. Students also get the chance to write Harrison Assessment Test worth Rs. 2000/- for free at the campus after writing the aptitude test. The scores of both tests help students find the appropriate career option. So, don’t miss the opportunity and register for dSAT online now!


Nice article , thanks for sharing yes it is very important to clarify all the dought before join institute.

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