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Tuesday, January 14, 2014

One year (8th Class) Classroom program for IIT-JEE (Main +Advanced) / AIPMT (NEET)







Prefoundation

‘Prefoundation’ is a unique initiative taken by ‘Apex Institute’ to bridge the GAP between pre 10th and post 10th education and to lay a foundation for future competitive examinations. Students are gradually prepared from 9th and 10th by making them understand different concepts and solve higher level problems. Our classroom teaching and daily tutorials completely prepare your child for school/board examinations. In addition to all this comprehensive study material is given at the end of every topic which focuses on strengthening the higher level concepts which are relevant for future competitive examinations. This whole process give students a competitive edge over their peers which eventually helps them to gain confidence and perform at their best in these high stress examinations like IIT, AIEEE, AIIMS, PMT & Olympiads


Target
NTSE / IIT-JEE(Mains + Advanced) & AIIMS/PMT
Eligibility
For VIII undergoing students
Course Duration
1 Year
Course Commencement
April 2014
Course End
February 2015
Mode of Admission
Through ATRE - Prefoundation Aptitude Admission Test. It is a test to evaluate the basic aptitude of a child. Students appearing for ATRE also get Result Analytics, they can compare their rank with the students studying at Apex Institute and get a fair idea about level of their present preparation for competitive examination.
 Test Pattern
Objective Type - Sample Paper available at Apex Institute
ATRE Test Syllabus
Up to Class VIII & as per NTSE/STSE Science, Biology & Mental Aptitude
Why Foundation Courses?
In today's world nothing can be achieved without fighting for it. Generally, preparation for IIT-JEE and PMT is considered to be a two year journey but seeing the changing trends, it is turning out to be a 3-4 year process. Nearly 7-9 lac students compete for about 7500 seats in IITs and 35 seats in AIIMS and with IITs restricting the number of attempts at IIT-JEE only to two, the competition has become much more intense than what a child faces in school. Students entering 11th feel immense pressure due to severe competitive nature of these examinations as well as sudden shift of curriculum from theory based to application based approach. The transition is not smooth as there is a huge gap between pre 10th and post 10th curriculum. Through Prefoundation (our foundation course for 9th & 10th) we help prepare a child to bridge the GAP between pre 10th and post 10th curriculum and strive for excellence at every stage.
What is Prefoundation?
‘Prefoundation’, a unique initiative taken by ‘Apex Institute’ to bridge the GAP between pre 10th and post 10th curriculum and to lay a foundation for future competitive examinations. The aim of ‘Prefoundation’ is to essentially shape the thought process of juvenile and budding brains so that they become proficient in understanding and hence deeply analyzing the given situation. Your child is given complete preparation of school/board examinations by our classroom teaching and daily tutorials, in addition to all this we give comprehensive study material at the end of every topic which focuses on strengthening the high level concepts and inculcating scientific problem solving approach. This whole process gives your child a competitive edge over his/her peers.
Benefits of Prefoundation
  • SCHOOL LEVEL PREPARATION
1. Giving complete academic preparation for school and board examinations
  • FOUNDATION FOR COMPETITIONS
2. Bridging the GAP between pre 10th and post 10th standards
  • ANALYTICAL THOUGHT PROCESS
3. Instilling a graphical way of thinking needed to deeply analyze a problem
  • PROBLEM SOLVING APPROACH
4. Giving an exposure to higher level problem solving approach
  • SCIENTIFIC APTITUDE OF THINKING
5. Helping your ward gain a competitive edge over his/her peers or group
Start Date
3rd Week of April 2014
Number of days per week
3 days
Committed hours per week
6 hour classes
No. of Hours/Week
6 Teaching Hours + 3 Test Hours

1 comment:

  1. thanks,

    It was nice to see ur advice for the students.

    Great effort, FreCher

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