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05 June,2017 | By Brainwonders
Which stream to select after SSC and HSC results? Are you confused about the subjects? Do you want right guidance for selecting best stream? What to study after Class X? So many questions but only one solution, Brainwonders.
What to study after SSC ? It often happens that after SSC board exams, students are left clueless and confused about the streams they must select. The foremost criterion is to select a stream which is your strength.
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Aptitude test and DMIT would let you know about your inborn strengths, weaknesses, potential, characteristic traits, learning styles, measures to strengthen the weaknesses and polish the inborn strengths followed by an effective counselling session by our highly capable career psychologists and counsellors.
With too many options around, one is bound to get confused. Thus, taking professional counselling is really helpful. One can use a good assessment and counselling center like Brainwonders. They have various career assessments like DMIT, aptitude test, IQ and other psychometric tests that they use to provide expert career counselling sessions.
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