Schoolchildren can take Dat on April 13

ABU DHABI — The Centre for Information and Guidance India (CIGI), Abu Dhabi Chapter has made arrangements for conducting Differential Aptitude Test (Dat) for schoolchildren studying in standards 8 to 12.

By A Staff Reporter

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Published: Sun 9 Apr 2006, 11:20 AM

Last updated: Sat 4 Apr 2015, 5:50 PM

The test will be conducted on Thursday April 13.

Aptitude is the most important factor that helps children choose their career and best possible academic line that suit their career.

Dat is the most widely used tool to find out the aptitude, and four experts specialised in psychometric tests from the CIGI headquarters in Calicut, Kerala, have arrived to conduct the test. After evaluating the test results, students and their parents will be given individual counselling on the basis of the report.

Over 6,000 students in Kerala have undergone the test conducted by CIGI this year alone.

Those interested in joining the test may contact Tel: 050-6170528, 050-6132466 and 050-5267962 to register their names. CIGI is a non-governmental service organisation established in Kerala a decade ago to give guidance, information and training to students and job-seekers.

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