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Self Assessment Test

Post by sprdb » Sun, 02 Sep 2007 2:30 pm

How accurate is Self Assessment Test ? We all know that passing the SAT does not mean we would get an EP. But how much can we rely on the SAT for EP. Can someone share their experiences ? Are there any deviation that some of you have got ?

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Re: Self Assessment Test

Post by Strong Eagle » Sun, 02 Sep 2007 3:12 pm

sprdb wrote:How accurate is Self Assessment Test ? We all know that passing the SAT does not mean we would get an EP. But how much can we rely on the SAT for EP. Can someone share their experiences ? Are there any deviation that some of you have got ?
No, we all DON'T know that "passing the SAT does not mean we would get an EP". In fact, I suspect the opposite is true... the SAT probably says 'no' to people who might qualify if all the details were out.

Look at it this way. MOM put up the SAT so that it does not have to answer a million questions and process applications for those that cannot possibly qualify. If the SAT says, 'yes', then the chances are very good you can get an EP. If the SAT says 'no' then you may still be able to get an EP if you can demonstrate special circumstances not covered by the SAT.

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