What is the entrance exam of NASA?
There is no such entrance taken by NASA.It needs a continuous assessment of its applicants.So those who want to join it they should keep on working on its projects as well as you have to be a US citizen to be a permanent employee at NASA.
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FTII -- Film and Television Institute of India -- ed. I ve been searching for the answer to the same question . From what i have been told and read , i ll list out the info that people who have taken the test told me . 1 . First of all , when we look at what FTII could be looking in their stude…nts at the entrance test , it has to be thorough knowledge on 1. The history of Indian cinema,music,literature and art . 2. The basics of photogaphy and cinematography . 3. Knowledge on recent events and developments in literature and cinema . 4. Aptitude- some questions are like writing the sound track for a particular situation,,writing a story from a picture ,drawing a different view for a given picture etc. 2 .For the interview they might look at how the candidate presents himself and his attitude and passion for the field. Some of my friends said they carried their work with them like short films and photographs and the interviewers questioned them on the work . Here are some of the questions that were asked this year(2009) Apparently the paper pattern has finally changed. So read about technical stuff if you are applying for a technical course. Write a short note on the following- any 4 film theory genocide farmers suicides in India documentary filmmaking trends in Indian poetry silent cinema globalization and culture Write about any literary fiction you have read in an Indian Language and can it be made into a short film. elaborate So basically your knowledge on everything related to arts and culture in India is important. the best thing to do is just read as many articles, read lots of literature. Read about important figures in the Art and Culture world in India, including famous people of the past. Plus your general knowledge about current events is what they want to see. so just read read and read some more. And of course watch loads of movies. http://wiki.answers.com/Q/How_do_you_prepare_for_FTII_entrance_exam ( Full Answer )
please let us know the date for the post jamb examination .there is no enough information about this exam please we are all pleading for the committee to do something
Well, you can always go to the universities to get the dates or any other kind of inquiries or ask to the respective authorities...
Answer . Are you talking about national union of students (uk)? If so then there is no entrance exam! There is an nus card...
The entrance exams required by UCLA are the ACT and the ACT writingtest or the SAT test. These tests must be completed prior to theDecember before the term you wish to enroll in.
BBA entrance exam set is held every year . It is applicable for science / commerce students with maths only with 55% marks in 12th exam HSC. the set exam consists of 4 sections general physics , higher mathematics , logical reasoning and general awareness after clearing the exams short l…isted candidates are called for interviews and group discussion round and as per merit admissions are given to the top colleges of India . BBA is highly recommended by MNCs group . ( Full Answer )
Date of CSIR UGC NET 2008 (June) Examination. 22.06.2008. Date of start of sale of Information Bulletin. 12.02.2008. Date of close of sale of Information Bulletin by post only. 26.02.2008. Date of cl. Date of CSIR UGC NET 2008 (June) Examination. 22.06.2008. Date of start of sale of Informa…tion Bulletin. 12.02.2008. Date of close of sale of Information Bulletin by post only. 26.02.2008. 03.03.2008. Last date of receipt of completed application forms. 10.03.2008. Last date of receipt of completed application forms (from remote areas). 17.03.2008. Last date for receipt of request for change of centre on merits. 31.03.2008. ose of sale of Information Bulletin (at all stations including Delhi). 03.03.2008. Last date of receipt of completed application forms. 10.03.2008. Last date of receipt of completed application forms (from remote areas). 17.03.2008. Last date for receipt of request for change of centre on merits. 31.03.2008 ( Full Answer )
Read newspaper regularly and thoroughly. prepare notes on it, segregating your notes under different headings like: polity, economics, national, international, sports etc. this practice will definitely help you to prepare for your general studies. this is only a part of your preparation.
There are books for the preparation on BBA exams but it would be helpful if you mentioned which college you want to apply to, some details change from college to college, however mostly the syllabus remains unchanged. You can also join entrance coaching classes for BBA, they always have the correct …books to help you prepare. Hope this helps! ( Full Answer )
The most toughest entrance exam in the world is the Common Aptitude Test (CAT) conducted by the Indian Institutes of Management (IIM's) in India. The CAT Entrance Exam is for admission to top MBA Colleges. Know more about the CAT Entrance Exam by visiting the link in the "Sources and References" ...…. ( Full Answer )
logical reasoning,verbal ability,general awareness,management aptitude. a bit of business awareness and numerical aptitude. logical reasoning,verbal ability,general awareness,management aptitude. a bit of business awareness and numerical aptitude
Hi, To know the complete procedure you need to visit the CAT website or visit the link i have mentioned below. It will give you all the information like where to get the form, submit it, exam dates etc.
There a lots of requirements, including a physical exam, but I don't think an entrance exam is required. To see a list of the requirements visit the attached link.
Mathematics . Modern Algebra . Idempotent law . Identities . Complementary laws . Demorgan's theorem . Mapping . Inverse relation . Equivalence relation . Piano's Axiom . Definition of rational numbers and integers through equivalence relation Algebra . Surds . Solution of simultaneous… and quadratic equations . Arithmetic, Geometric and Harmonic progression . Binomial theorem for any index . Logarithms . Exponential and logarithmic series . Determinants . Probability . Dependent and independent events . Numerical problems on addition and multiplication of probability . Theorems of probability Trigonometry . Simple identities . Trigonometric equations . Properties of triangles . Use of mathematical tables . Solution of triangles . Height and distance . Inverse functions . DeMoiver's theorem . Co-Ordinate Geometry . Co-ordinate geometry of the straight lines, . Pair of straight lines, circle, parabola, ellipse and hyperbola and their properties Calculus . Differentiation of function of functions, . Tangents and normal . Simple examples of maxima of minima . Limits of function, integration of function ( by parts, by substitution and by partial fraction) . Definite integral ( application to volumes and surfaces of frustums of sphere, cone and cylinder ) Vectors . Position vector . Addition and subtraction of vectors . Scalar and vector products and their applications . Dynamics . Velocity . Composition of velocity . Relative velocity . Acceleration . Composition of acceleration . Motion under gravity . Projectiles . Laws of motions . Principles of conservation of momentum and energy . Direct impact of smooth bodies, pulleys Statics . Composition of co-planar, concurrent and parallel forces . Moments and couples . Resultant of set of coplanar forces and conditions of equilibrium . Determination of Centroides in simple case . Problems involving friction Statistics . Theory of probability, Mean, Median, Mode, Dispersion and Standard Deviation . Logical Ability . Analytical and logical questions will be asked in this section. ( Full Answer )
Which entrance exam are you appearing for? Please provide more information. Visit http://www.gjtutorial.com for latest updates on Entrance exams in India
IITJEE forms are issued from January of Every Month.They are available in Online and also in various Banks and Post Offices across India.
as per my knowledge... there is only one entrance exam , that is MPCET .
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The Philippine Merchant Marine Academy (PMMA) entrance exam is annually conducted simultaneously nationwide at designated testing centers every LAST SATURDAY of SEPTEMBER . Visit www.pmma.edu.ph for the down-loadable application form where the designated testing centers are also listed.
Whatever the level of establishment you are seeking to enter, the entery exam questions will seek to establish:- . The depth of your current knowledge . The breadth of you current knowledge . Your ability to rationalise an unfamiliar problem . Your command of the language used . You handwriti…ng . Your ability to work under time pressures . Your numerical ability . Your spatial ability . Your memory . Your ability to express yourself clearly . and potentially, your ability to use external reference materials (say with questions relating to the establishment you are seeking to enter that you could have researched before sitting the exam). ( Full Answer )
The SAT and ACT include a balance of questions, some particularly hard. You should take a practice test, available from your high school guidance office, to determine if these tests are challenging for you.
first thing first...keep it in your mind ..this is it i have to qualify no matter what! the subject u love the most keep one chapter of it to be prepared everyday... for the other two subjects keep a few topics... finally in the subject u love u will be 100% prepared... in others 90% prepared.... be…ing 190%prepared out of 200% means selection.... hope my suggestion will help you... n best of luck... most importantly...dont waste time ...if you have planned something for the day then dont sleep until u have completed it even if u will have to stay awake for 4..am at night...n BEST OF LUCK ( Full Answer )
Hi, CAT is the most toughest entrance exam for MBA in the world. For cracking CAT you need to prepare well and be ready for the worst. So tell all is not possible through a answer so i searched for articles which will make your task easier. You can visit the links in the Related links section below…. There is tip on how to prepare for Data Interpretation and Logical Reasoning and Quantitative Aptitude preparation... :-) ( Full Answer )
Which Entrance Exam you want to know about. Please clarify. want to know the dates for 5th and 6th test dates along with the last date of their forms.
Go to Karnatakaedu.info you can find all the informations regarding to Medical Entrance Exams. Here is the links http:/karnatakaedu.info/PGmedicals.php http:/karnatakaedu.info
The Philippine Merchant Marine Academy (PMMA) entrance exam is annually conducted simultaneously nationwide at designated testing centers every LAST SATURDAY of SEPTEMBER . Visit the site below for the downloadable application form where the designated testing centers are also listed.
If it is one the standardized exams go get the prep book at the bookstore. Read it, study it and look at their hints on how to pass the test. Get to know the test. Each is different and each has it's own quirks. Just study the book and practice the type of questions they give examples of. Curren…tly there are online website available that helps you to prepare for entrance exams. It seems very useful- it give a feel of real exam, so that you can be prepared very well. ( Full Answer )
November 7, 2010 The list of passers of the NAPOLCOM PNP Entrance Examination results for November 2010, superintendent and police officer promotional exam results and top 20 passers (topnotchers) are available here officially announced by the National Police Commission. It included also the list… of top passers. (see the related link below) ( Full Answer )
NASA doesn't have that many personnel, and most are either former military, University grads, or former contractors who have already worked in the Space Program. NASA itself usually doesn't hire new, unproven individuals. However, NASA is a government agency, and like any government agency, you have… to apply to the government at large. You can check Government jobs website and see what positions are open, but typically they're written with specific individuals in mind and are only posted because Federal regulations require it. Aside from that, unless you're a Veteran with hiring preference (and I mean a 10 or 15 point preference) it's essentially impossible to get in unless you're in the right University program or as I said, are already working in the program. Your best option if you want to work in the Space Program is to apply to work at one of the thousands of contractors support NASA, which make up about 90% of the program anyway. ( Full Answer )
Varies from country to country. In the US, most reputable business schools require a solid first degree and a good GSAT score. However, many business schools will enroll people without even a bachelor's degree based upon their "business experience".
The GRE, or Graduate Record Examinations, is a test for people planning to apply to graduate school after college, to obtain either a Master's degree or PhD in any of a number of different fields. The GRE is used for most non-professional post-grad degrees. Other tests include the MCAT for prospecti…ve medical students and the LSAT for future law students. These measure different types of competencies. ( Full Answer )
M.Sc Botany Note: The syllabus prescribed for the entrance test has been divided into fifteen units. Each unit carries a weightage of four marks. Paper setters are required to set four multiple choice type questions with only one correct or most appropriate answer separately for each unit, g…iving uniform representation to the whole syllabus contained therein. Units 1. Structure of viruses with special reference to TMV, lytic and lysogenic cycles in viruses; structure, reproduction and role of Cyanobacteria in biotechnology with special reference to Nostoc. Structure and life history of Phytopthora, Rhizopus, Morchella., Puccinia and Alternaria. Thallus structure and life history of Chlorella, Volvox, Oedogonium, Chara. Vaucheria, Ectocarpus and Batrachospermum. 2. Bryophytes--origin and evolution of sporophyte, apogamy and apospory; structure and reproduction in Marchantia, Anthoceros and Polytrichum. Morphology, anatomy and reproduction in Rhynia, Lycopodium, Equisetum and Marsilea. Heterospory, and stelar evolution in Pteridophytes. 3. Structure and functions of cell wall and plasma membrane, golgi apparatus, endoplasmic reticulum, chloroplast, mitochondria and ribosomes, fluid mosaic model of plasma membrane, ultrastructure of nuclear membrane. Morphology of chromosomes; satellite chromosomes, nucleolus, organization of chromosomes with special reference to nucleosome model; mitosis and meiosis; chromosome alterations- -origin, meiotic behavior and genetic consequences of deletions, duplications, inversions and translocations, transposable elements (maize and Drosophila); DNA damage and repair. 4. Mendel's laws of inheritance, allelic and non-allelic interactions; dominance (3:1), epistasis (13:3, 12:3:1) duplicate (15:1) and complementary (9:7) genes with suitable examples and problems, structure and functions of mitochondrial and plastid DNA, plasmids- structure and functions. DNA structure and mechanism of replication, major enzymes involved in replication and their roles, satellite and repetitive DNA; gene expression--- concept and structure of gene, lac operon (Operon model) and regulation of gene expression; mechanism of transcription, enzymatic machinery involved and its role. 5. Translation- concept of genetic code, structure and functions of ribosomes, tRNA and mRNA in translation, activation of amino acids, mechanism of translation (initiation, elongation and termination). Tools and techniques of recombinant DNA technology, essential features of cloning vectors (Plasmids, Cosmids and Phages), genomic and cDNA library, organization of Ti plasmid of Agrobacterium and its role in gene transfer technology. 6. Plant Taxonomy--components, scope and need; plant identification keys; principles of International Code of Botanical nomenclature (ICBN); taxonomic categories; type concept. Role of cytology and phyto-chemistry in taxonomy; principals of numerical taxonomy; artificial, natural and phylogenetic classification (a brief overview only); salient features of classification systems proposed by Bentham and Hooker, and Takhtajan. 7. Morphology of angiosperms (vegetative and reproductive features), origin of angiosperms (monophyletic versus polyphyletic); character evaluation of primitive angiosperms with special reference to Magnolia and Ranunculus; convergent evolution with examples from flowering plants. Diagnostic taxonomic features of Ranunculaceae, Brassicaceae, Malvaceae, Papilionaceae, Rosaceae, Asteraceae, Solanaceae, Lamiaceae, Liliaceae, Iridaceae and Poaceae. 8. Organization of the root apical meristem, differentiation of primary and secondary tissues and their roles; structural modification of root system for storage, support, respiration, propagation and microbial interaction. Shoot apical meristem and its histological organization; vascularization of primary shoot in monocotyledons and dicotyledons; cambium and its functions. 9. Formation of secondary xylem; general account of wood structure; formation of growth rings, sapwood and heart wood; secondary phloem-- structure-function relationships; periderm; anomalous secondary growth in Dracena; anatomy of monocotyledon (wheat, maize) and dicotyledonous (Nymphaea and sunflower) leaf. General characters of gymnosperms; Sporne's system of classification (criteria and salient features); morphology, anatomy and reproduction in Cycas, Pinus and Ephedra. 10. Structure of flower; functions of anther and pistil, development of male and female gametophytes; pollination mechanisms; plant-pollinator interactions; pollen-pistil interaction, self incompatibility; double fertilization; development of embryo and endosperm (in Capsella and Poa); fruit development, seed appendages and seed dispersal mechanisms 11. Importance of water to plant life, physical properties of water, diffusion, osmosis, imbibition, water transport through xylem, physiology of stomata, evidences and mechanism of phloem transport, source sink relationship; essential macro and micro nutrient elements, criteria of essentiality, role of nutrients, ion uptake, mineral deficiency symptoms. Differentiation and morphogenesis (elementary idea), phases of growth, physiology of dormancy, seed germination, factors regulating seed germination 12. Photosynthetic pigments, absorption and action spectra, enhancement effect, concept of two photosystems, Z-scheme, photophosphorylation, Photorespiration, C3, C4 and CAM pathways. Aerobic and anaerobic respiration, Krebs cycle, electron transport mechanism, oxidative phosphorylation (chemi-osmotic mechanism). 13. Discovery and nomenclature of enzymes, characteristics of enzymes concept of holoenzyme, apoenzyme, coenzyme and cofactors, mechanism of enzyme action; biology of nitrogen fixation, ammonium assimilation, biosynthesis and degradation of saturated fatty acids (Î²-oxidation). Photoperiodism, vernalization, tropic and nastic movements; physiological effects of auxins, gibberellins, cytokinins, abscisic acid and ethylene; photomorphogenesis, discovery and physiological role of phytochromes and cryptochromes 14. Plants and environment--- atmosphere (gaseous composition), water (water cycle); light (global radiation, photosynthetically active radiation), temperature, soil (development, soil profile, physico-chemical properties). Morphological, anatomical and physiological adaptation of plants to water, temperature, light, wind, fire and salinity; population ecology---primary and secondary characters of population, regulation, inter- and intra-population interaction. 15. Community ecology---community characteristics (analytic and synthetic); ecological succession (Hydrosere and Xerosere); Ecosystems: structure, abiotic and biotic components, food chains, food webs, ecological pyramids, energy flow, biogeochemical cycles of carbon, nitrogen and phosphorus. Morphology, cultivation and economic importance of rice, wheat, and maize, types of plant fibres, extraction, processing and uses of cotton and jute; types of vegetable oil, extraction, processing and uses of groundnut and mustard; distribution status, cultivation, part used, uses/abuses of medicinal plants viz. Podophyllum, Atropa and Artemisia. ( Full Answer )
No, there are no questions related to Computer Science in entranceexam. However, IITs have a branch of Computer Science.
Hi, Its always good to learn from another student. Here instead of giving you all the tip and suggestions; i am sharing a link with you about the CAT Topper. Learn from the topper and what did he do to earn the top place. Find the link the the toppers article below... :-D
After getting many questions from students regarding the syllabus of Isro exam,we have managed to prepare a list of subjects for electronics,computer science branch and mechanical branch.But again we say that Isro has not issued any syllabus for the exam.so this can not be taken as an official sylla…bus,but it covers all the topics from which questions are asked. ( Full Answer )
You will have to look through the school for this information. Lookon your student portal or ask a former student for the information.
A 12th student can give joint entranc eexam(state JEE), IIT JEE, AIEEE, AIPMT, BITS, KIT etc.Is that not enough for u?
Just ask any person who experience passing the entrance exam, or try to see it in there official website...
It has everything from advanced root trinomial functions pertaining to real life physics. They have to be able to use these skills to calculate the movement of a comet. They will be given certain conditions about the comet.
I think there will be negative marking as it was last time. But this time the pattern may change, So please check and read the instructions carefully before attempting paper. Hope that helps you.
The CAT 2011 Entrance Exam will be held between Saturday, 22 October 2011 to Friday, 18 November 2011... Students can take the CAT Entrance Exam between theses days... To get complete information regarding CAT Entrance Exam 2011 visit the reference link below.... :-)
It depends on the course you will be studying, the college you will study at and the quality of your school leaving qualifications. In a country which has very well regarded school leaving qualifications there is less likelihood of an entrance exam being required. For countries where school gradua…tes are of varying quality an entrance exam will be required. It is best to ask the college directly what their requirements are. ( Full Answer )
The purpose of an entrance exam is to identify those who have the knowledge and skill base to perform the work expected in the University or Institute and to separate them fro those who do not.
Mas marami ang kukunin ngayon, so every faculty, staff, midshipmen and alumni are encouraged to orient potential cadets for Maritime Profession. The following is the list of venue, schedule and requirements for the examinations. Testing Area---------------Venue-------------------------------Da…te 1. Mariveles, Bataan------MAAP------------------------------23 Aug 2. Olongapo City----------Olongapo Nat. High School------24 3. Lucena City-------------Quezon Nat. High School--------30 4. Batangas City-----------Batangas State University--------31 5. Legazpi City------------Bicol University-------------------06 Sep 6. Naga City---------------University of Nueva Caceres---07 7. Sta. Mesa, Manila------Pio Del Pilar Elementary Sch--07 8. San Fernando, La Union-Naval Forces, Poro Point-------13 9. Vigan, Ilocos Sur-------Univ. of Northern Phil------------14 10. Dagupan City----------Dagupan City Nat. High Sch-----20 11. Baguio City------------Baguio City Nat. High Sch-------21 12. Tuguegarao City------St. Paul University Phil.-----------27 13. Nueva Vizcaya--------N.V. Gen. Comp. High School-28 14. Dasmarinas, Cavite---Amosup Seamen's Vill. Gym----04 Oct 15. Manila------------------Manila High School---------------05 16. Tacloban City---------Leyte Nat. High School-----------11 17. Malolos, Bulacan-----M.H. Del Pilar High School------12 18. Infanta, Quezon-------Infanta Central High School------12 19. Silay City, Negros----DoÃ±a Monserat Lopez HS---------18 20. Pasig City--------------Rizal HS Main----------------------18 21. Cavite City-------------Sangley National High School----18 22. Gen Santos City-------Notre Dame of Dadiangas College-19 23. Bacolod City----------Bacolod City Nat. High School----25 24. Cebu City--------------Abellana Nat. High School---------25 25. Davao City------------Davao Nat High School-------------26 27. Zamboanga City------Zamboanga National HS (West)---26 28. Puerto Princesa-------Holy Trinity College-----------------26 29. Tagbilaran City-------Dr. Cecilio Putong Natl. HS--------26 30. Mariveles, Bataan----MAAP---------------------------------26 Qualification Requirements: 1. Male or Female, Single 2. Filipino Citizen 3. Physically fit 4. Morally upright and has no derogatory record 5. Aged 16 and not more that 20 years old by Dec 31 of the year of examination 6. May be a high school or college graduate or candidate for graduation or both 7. Minimum height of 5ft. 4 in. (162.5cm) for male and 5ft. 2in. (157.5cm) for female applicants 8. Has never been officially admitted at MAAP. NOTE: Strictly comply with qualification requirements. Inaccurate records may disqualify an applicant. APPLICATION REQUIREMENTS: 1. Two (2) copies of 2x2 colored pictures 2. Payment of non-refundable processing fee of 300.00 in cash or check/money order payable to MAAP. 3. Photocopy of birth certificate 4. Photocopy of valid school ID or certification from your principal/registrar, that you are a bonafide or graduating student with good standing. 5. Two (2) pieces of self-address stamped (speedmail) envelopes. APPLICATION PROCEDURES: 1. Get MAAP scholarship application forms from any of the testing/filing centers, Naval ROTC units, or PCG stations nationwide. 2. Submit duly accomplished application form with the requirements to designated filing centers either by mail or in person. 3. Receive admission slip either by mail or in person. ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS: Applicants must pass/meet standards covering four stages: 1. MAAP Entrance examination inclusive of aptitude/emotional intelligence / personality / psychological / neuropsychiatric tests. 2. Personal interview to be conducted by the BOA members 3. MAAP Medical criteria inclusive of physical, drug, lungs, dental, laboratory, audio test and color blindness (Ishihara) test, visual acuity for far vision should be at least 20/30 and with one dose of Hepa B vaccine. 4. Orientation training for one month (May-June) inclusive of refresher classes in Math and English and semi-regimental training). -kramellor ( Full Answer )
an entrance examination is an examination that many educationalinstitution use to select students for admisions,these exam may beadministed of any level of education,from primary to highereducation,although they are ,more common at higher levels
you should really use it and make the most out for it. well if you ask me you should throw it out.
You can apply for PUP enterance exam on the website in relatedURLS: . You can therefore claim your ePermit online after 5 workingdays. . Everything online.
You can only crack the CMC entrance exams by preparing hard,looking at the syllabus, revising previous questions, andpracticing as many practice papers.
The required eligibility for mba entrance exam can be found outfrom various online sites. The entrance exams will give anopportunity to study and get a degree from prestigious institutionslike ITM.
Such exams differ from country to country and university touniversity. You should have mentioned the name of the university towhich you want to get admission.