Selection and admission
Selection and admission
While these model questions can be a valuable resource for prospective students preparing for their entrance examinations, it is important to remember that they are just one tool in the preparation process. It is highly recommended that students also seek out other sources of practice questions, such as previous year's question papers, textbooks, and online resources. Also, it is important for students to develop a solid study plan that includes a balance of reviewing key concepts, practicing questions, and taking mock tests. Time management is also crucial, as it can be easy to get overwhelmed with the amount of material that needs to be covered.
Ultimately, the key to success in entrance examinations is a combination of diligent preparation, a positive attitude, and confidence in one's abilities. While these exams can be challenging, with the right mindset and approach, students can achieve their goals and excel in their academic pursuits.
Good luck to all the prospective students!
At United Academy (UA), we understand the importance of a strong foundation in Science and Mathematics for students who wish to pursue a career in science. That's why we encourage our students to review the concepts and knowledge they learned in their pre-primary, lower secondary, and secondary levels of Science and Mathematics before starting their class XI.
UA conducts an "Ability Test" within the first week of the commencement of class XI to assess our students' knowledge and understanding of the basic concepts in Science and Mathematics. This test will help us identify any areas of weakness and provide targeted support to our students to help them excel in their studies.
To help our students prepare for the "Ability Test," we have provided a model question paper and syllabus, which can be accessed through the link provided below. We are confident that our students will perform well on the test and continue to pursue their studies in the science faculty with passion and dedication.
In the event that a student fails to obtain the minimum pass mark in the "Ability Test," they will be given a second chance to re-appear for the test. If a student still cannot achieve the passing mark, they will be counselled by our Coordinator, along with their parents, to select a subject that is better suited to their abilities and interests.
We wish all our students the best of luck as they pursue their studies in Science and Mathematics, and we look forward to supporting them on their journey to academic excellence.