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The test, with feedback, will help the students know exactly where they stand in the TNPCEE, says the Aspire Learning Centre's head of academics, N. Madhumati.
Aspire has tied up with The Hindu for the model examination project. The TNPCEE is one of the most competitive tests conducted in the State. ``Our model examination will be on the lines of the actual TNPCEE, starting from the application form and answer sheet (in the OMR format) so that the students get firsthand experience of using them. The entire project is organised and implemented under the guidance of expert professors, who have been setting question papers and who have been examiners for similar tests.''
The test will be conducted (in English and Tamil) on February 8 and 9 at 33 centres in 11 cities. It would help the students ascertain their speed and efficiency. Once the results are out (in March first week), the candidates will know the areas for improvement. The results would carry a Statewide ranking system and later the examinees would get a free password for an online testing module containing 8,000 problems. For application details, the students can contact 044-2834 1086 or 98421 12157 or e-mail ``firstname.lastname@example.org''.
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