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    Five
    students from Resonance Eduventures, Kota have emerged winners in the Preliminary
    Scholastic Aptitude Test (PSAT) 2016 examination. The exam is based on English
    Language- reading and writing skills, and Maths aptitude.

    RK
    Verma, Managing
    Director, Resonance Eduventures, informed, “PSAT examination was organised in
    October, 2015 at Ahmedabad, whose results have been declared now. From
    Resonance, 25 students took PSAT, out of which five students; Yash Gupta, Lay
    Jain, Pawan Goyal, Devang Jain and Debjyoti Nath have been selected.” Three of these students, Yash, Lay and Pawan, had also bagged gold medals at the twelfth International Junior Science Olympiad (IJSO) held in December 2015.

    While
    Yash Gupta, Lay Jain, Pawan Goyal and Devang Jain have secured 99 percentile,
    Debjyoti Nath scored 97 percentile. Winning students asserted that
    participation and selection in the examination is encouraging. All selected
    students are from the Pre-foundation Career Care Programmes (PCCP) Division of
    Resonance. PCCP Division regularly organises special workshops for the preparation
    of PSAT Examination.

    About
    the PSAT Examination, Verma said, “It is being organised on the lines of SAT
    Examination of USA which is held for admission into premier educational
    institutions in USA. Around 3.5 million students from class 8, 9 and 10, appear
    for the PSAT Examination.”

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