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Beyond the Ordinary: DB – CAT Exam

A platform where students rise to the occasion, showcasing their potential and paving the way for future success.

The Don Bosco Competitive Advantage Test (DB-CAT) organized every year was conducted in our school this year on 25th November, targeting students from classes V to X. This assessment comprised of a multiple-choice question paper encompassing subjects such as English, Mathematics, Science, History, Geography, and General Knowledge. The primary objective of this initiative was to equip our students with essential skills for their future endeavours. The utilization of Optical Mark Recognition (OMR) sheets added a unique experiential dimension to the testing process, contributing to a holistic learning experience for the students.

The aim of conducting this exam every year is for skill development, academic improvement, motivation and goal setting, early exposure to exam formats and most certainly promotion of healthy competition.

This school-level competitive exam prepares students for the competitive environment they may encounter in higher education and professional life. The aim at Don Bosco High School is achieved as this exposure helps students in building resilience and adaptability, instilling a sense of purpose and motivation among them.

Setting goals and working towards achieving them has always been a driving force for academic and personal development at Don Bosco High School, Panjim.