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Preparations in full swing for AU UGAT

The D-Day for admission seekers in under-graduate courses in Allahabad University (AU) is about to arrive. So its time for preparation in full steam. But the going would not be easy as over 47,000 students are in the fray for 3445 seats.

india Updated: Jun 19, 2006 00:11 IST

The D-Day for admission seekers in under-graduate courses in Allahabad University (AU) is about to arrive. So its time for preparation in full steam. But the going would not be easy as over 47,000 students are in the fray for 3445 seats. The AU Under-Graduate Admission Test (UGAT)- 2006 are scheduled to be held on June 22 and 23. However the students preparing for the admission test are brimming with confidence. The AU admission test guides available in the market are the most popular tools followed by text books and tips from tutors.

Vinay Kumar Srivastava preparing for B Sc (Mathematics) Part I admission has worries only about English. " Since I am from UP Board and English being my weak point I have given stress on English and General Knowledge. I have got a guide book and is preparing with its help as it gives an idea about the trend of questions asked in the entrance examination".

Nisha, preparing for BA Part I admission also advocates for the entrance exam guides available in the market along with text books. " Since the questions are objective and its quite boring to go through the complete syllabus of intermediate, these guides are the smart and shortcut methods for preparations. I have consulted my text books as I expect changes in the trend of questions owing to AU becoming a central varsity", she elucidated.

Shashikant, a B Com Part I aspirant has taken the entrance examination casually and said, " Its wastage of time to go through the text books and guides for AU UGAT-2006, since very less time is left. I go on checking the current affairs and general knowledge". Self preparations is the best way, no coaching or guidance is required for admission to AU, he asserted.

First Published: Jun 19, 2006 00:11 IST