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Aakash Educational Services Limited Announces All India JEE (Advanced) Mock Test 2021

Posted on August 9, 2021

Hyderabad : To help students do their best for the next JEE (advanced) 2021 exam and gain maximum confidence in their preparation, Aakash Educational Services Limited (AESL), the national leader in test preparation services, announced on All India JEE (Advanced) Mock Test 2021, which will take place online on the 14the August 2021. Registration for this free mock test is open.

The test is modeled on the lines of the JEE (advanced) test and has been designed to give students the feeling of a real exam and consists of two tests (test I and test II) lasting 3 hours each on same day.

In order to motivate and encourage students to prepare even more for the real exam, AESL offered a series of awards to the best students of the mock test. 1000 top students qualified in the mock test will have a chance to enroll in the 30-day advanced JEE intensive course by Aakash at a nominal fee of 499 INR while 5000 top students will be allowed to join the Aakash test series for JEE (advanced) 2021 by paying only 99 INR.

The 2021 JEE (Advanced) Mock Test will give aspirants a wonderful opportunity to compare their performance to that of hundreds of other aspirants across the country. It will also help students better understand basic concepts and identify sections that need more attention. To give a more realistic experience of the following after taking the world’s toughest exam, students will be awarded an All India ranking. The results of the mock test will be announced on the 17the August 2021.

JEE aspirants who wish to register for the mock test, can do so by clicking on the link – bit.ly/JEEADV_Mock

Commenting on the All India simulation test for JEE (advanced) 2021, Mr. Aakash Chaudhry, Managing Director, Aakash Educational Services Limited (AESL) said: “The completion of the All India mock test for JEE (advanced) 2021 reiterates our ‘students first’ approach. Encouraging more students to take one step closer to their dreams, we kept enrollments free and announced a series of awards to help students access our special coaching programs from anywhere and at a highly cost. subsidized. The mock test will give students a real feel for the advanced JEE exam. This will help them cope with it without anxiety and do their best. “

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