Q. What's ACAT and Why ACAT?
Ans: When confused, prepare for ACAT. ACAT stands for Advanced Careers after Twelfth. Single preparation course that opens gateways to multiple careers.
Q. What courses and examinations are covered under ACAT Prep?
Ans: Courses in Management, Finance, Economics, Mass Communication, Statistics, Investment Analysis, Political Sciences, Mass Media, Languages, Humanities and Social Sciences etc via IIM IPM (5 years integrated course in Management at Indian Institute of Management, Indore), NPAT (Narsee Monjee Programs after Twelfth) SET (Symboisis Entrance Test), Christ University Entrance Test, St. Xavier's Entrance Test, DU JAT (Delhi University Joint Admission Test), UGAT (Under Graduation Admission Test) etc are covered under ACAT.
Q. I am confused. Should I go for your ACAT course? What subjects are covered under ACAT Prep?
Ans: You should be aware that most examinations after XII ask English Language, Mathematics, Logical Reasoning and General Knowledge and Current Affairs in their Entrance Test after XII under a common syllabus. These entrances include Entrances for Courses in Management, Economics, Hotel Management, Finance, Social Sciences etc. We under ACAT cover the complete syllabus of all these entrance examinations (recall that the syllabus is common) which helps a student write one or multiple entrance examinations.The classroom sessions coupled with the regular testing and Full Length Mock Test Series for every entrance examination makes our ACAT Preparation a very unique offering.
Q. Why should you prepare for ACAT alongside XI-XII?
Ans: If you are sure of a career in Management, Economics, Finance, Hotel Management, Social Sciences etc or are even unsure then ACAT Prep gives you a fantastic opportunity to try you hands at multiple career options after XII. You get a whole complete year to test yourself, get aware under the guidance of our faculty team and level-up. Students get more confident and aware of the opportunities during their Prep which helps them immensely after XII Boards. They don't wander around looking for information but are aware of the facts and plan their preparations, form-filling etc processes accordingly.
Q. What should you go for a Crash Course for ACAT?
Ans: Doing a Crash Course or a Year Long Course for ACAT has many short and long term benefits. Do check our section on short and long term benefits of ACAT Prep for details.
Q. What are the short term benefits of a Crash Course?
Ans: We have seen multiple selections in IIM IPM, NPAT (Management, Finance and Economics), Hotel Management, Entrances in Social Sciences etc from Crash Course. Regular 6 hours classes along with continuous mock tests helps you to prepare well for the upcoming series of examinations. The level of seriousness you would see with these courses are LegalEdge will be unmatched and therefore LegalEdge should be you first choice for Entrance Test Prep. Once you clear the examinations, a good graduation college not only adds a lot of your academics, personality and CV but also gives you numerous opportunities for post graduation.
Q. What are long term benefits of a Crash Course?
Ans: The earlier you start building your Aptitude Skills, there are better chances of getting them scaled-up. Exposing yourself to subjects on Aptitude-building like English Language, Mathematics, Logical Reasoning, General Knowledge and Current Affairs right after XII gives you a perfect platform to launch yourselves in the competitive world. Preparation of all examinations like CAT, CMAT, SSC and other important examinations the country, starts from the above mentioned subjects and ACAT Prep course acts like a perfect platform to develop your Aptitude.
In a nutshell:
1. It makes you effectively use your holidays after twelfth to decide which careers to choose as you can write multiple examinations via the same preparation.
2. A crisp and concise Crash Course broadens your horizons and also pays dividends if you prepare for Administrative Services, CAT or other MBA Entrances, Government examinations and other similar careers or entrances even a few years after attending such a Crash Course.
3. It gives you an environment that can make you aware of the competition at national level.
4. It's a pathway and the first step to a broader perspective about entrances and careers. Earlier the better.