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GATE `mock test'

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HYDERABAD: GATE Forum is organising a `mock test' for the aspirants of GATE (Graduate Aptitude Test in Engineering) on December 18 here. It would be part of the exercise planned in 24 cities on that day.

The test is scheduled to be conducted at Wesley Co-Ed Junior College. It provides a chance for aspirants to evaluate their performance by comparing themselves with students from all over India. The results would be put up on the Web site www.gateforum.com. The forum has been promoted by the alumni of IIMs and XLRI.

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