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Sonal has been in the field of academics for more than 12 years. She is a certified career counsellor and special educator. Can provide guidance for children/young adults studying in mainstream as well as special schools.

Sonal Joshi, Career Counsellor and Special Educator, is a career counsellor based at Bengaluru, Karnataka area. View all career counsellors from Bengaluru

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Dear Sir, If your daughter is clear about pursuing a career in Mass Communication then she should directly enroll for a graduation degree. If she or you have any doubts about it, then she can try appearing for an aptitude test either online or otherwise and make sure that this is the right choice for her. Sometimes, we decide on a course based on a whim or a friends advice or maybe what we saw or read, so it is always advisable to be sure of our interest and aptitude for a chosen profession. For example, a person who doesn't like to interact much with people may not like to work in a field whe

Answered by: Sonal Joshi, Career Counsellor and Special Educator, on February 13, 2016
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Dear Aryan, Why do you want to reappear and improve on your percentage? Do you have some specific course or college in mind where a higher percentage is required to study? I think first you should try to understand why you scored less marks. Are you interested in the subjects you are studying? What are your interests and in which field would you like to work once you complete your studies are all questions that require your thoughtful consideration before deciding on any course of action. There are many career streams and study programs where a less percentage of marks in 12th may not be a hin

Answered by: Sonal Joshi, Career Counsellor and Special Educator, on February 13, 2016