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Personalized Report – Test Taking Behavior

Test taking Behavior – The difference between success and failure


Test taking behavior is one of the most important aspects which can prove to be the deciding factor between your success or failure in tests like BITSAT, JEE etc.

DoPrep’s psychometric experts have listed down response changes as the most important test taking behavior which reflects the student’s psychology while taking the test. This directly reflects the student’s time management skills, anxiety level, cool head, test taking strategy and knowledge of his/her preparation level vis-a-vis strengths and weaknesses.

Response Changes
Response Changes

This section clearly lists down the action point for each type of response change (for example incorrect to unanswered) done by the student.

Based on all the analysis of performance, preparedness and test taking behavior, DoPrep provides the student a suggested sequence which is the best way he/she could have approached the test in order to have maximized the score or the final output in each section/subject.

Subject-wise Detail_Suggested Sequence
Suggested Sequence

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JEE main 2016 detailed improvement plan

JEE main 2016 detailed improvement plan

BITSAT 2016 detailed improvement plan
BITSAT 2016 detailed improvement plan
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