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Location : Kuwait / Fort Lauderdale / Delhi / Mumbai
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PostSubject: Your coaching centre   Fri Sep 18, 2009 12:35 am

Over the forums and orkut I've heard many people say that its not a good idea to take classes for a DGCA exam. But I feel otherwise...its essential for these classes as we get a better perspective on things deeper understanding.

I took classes from Buti , Delhi
He was pretty good.

Your experiences on your classes welcome!

It's always a good idea to keep the pointy end going forward as much as possible.
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PostSubject: Re: Your coaching centre   Fri Sep 18, 2009 4:36 am

Going for coaching classes is a safer bet.
It would make your wallet lighter by Rs 50K or maybe 75K, but more than really understanding the subjects in depth, it would help you get into the "examination groove" .. ie .. solving numericals related to PNR, CP, Time zones, Departures etc.

If you dont clear the papers in one attempt, it would mean spending another 3 or 4 months preparing once again for the same subjects on your own, and missing out on any job vacancies that might "magically" come up anytime !! Basketball

Time is very important !! Smile
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PostSubject: Re: Your coaching centre   Mon Oct 05, 2009 7:30 pm

wassup guys!!

good to see some action in the forum.

Some of my friends studied on their own and still passed. They had notes of
the guys who took class's.

So those notes r really helpfull. Either u have to go the class's or at least get hold of those notes.

By the way no need to spend 50K or 75K on classes. I've heard of classes for under <20k. & it seems they teach well and have a good pass rate but jus not that popular. Two of friends took coaching through them and passed.
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