12th board exams are almost here and many of the students may have decided their career options. Today, there are pools of courses that one can pursue regardless of what stream they are into. But there are certain things one should bear in mind before selecting a course. You must know that you are taking up a course to make your living and gain success. At the same time, you are also taking up that course because that’s your area of interest. Let’s have a glimpse at some of the points that one should keep in mind before enrolment.

  1. Know about entrance exams: If you have decided to undergo a certain course then you must know if they conduct an entrance exam for the same or not. Some courses consider the results of their entrance exams besides your board results. Hence you should be prepared for the same too. You must gain proper information regarding the criteria, dates and, books required for giving entrance examination.

  2. Personal development: It may sound a little strange to you but in some courses it is necessary. Courses related to sports teaching, defense, etc requires your overall growth and personality besides written examination and board results. Hence only if you qualify overall, then you shall become eligible to study that course.

  3. Duration: There are some students who don’t want to spend many years in the course as they want to start earning as soon as possible. On the other hand, there are students who don’t mind giving time to their course. Hence you should know your priority and make a selection accordingly. One can go for degree courses, take a break and then restart studying for PG courses. It is all up to you and your priorities.

  4. Fee structure: This is one of the important factors to think upon. When you pick up a course to study the biggest constraints could be its fees. You should know that how much amount you are going to need it. If possible then you should be ready with the part of the amount a year before so that you don’t have to suffer on it later. You should figure out your financial needs first and also see if the college you are opting for has scholarship options or not.

  5. Scopes and prospectus: This is also one of the most important criteria. Your aim to get educated is to get a better life for your family and you. You should know that the course you are selecting is definitely worth it. The course that you want to study should be rewarding for you in the future. It should yield better and then the best of salaries amongst various fields.

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