How Can Your Child Succeed in GATE Test When He/She Is Not Successful in Year 7 Entry?

posted Apr 4, 2020, 8:17 PM by Adam Yu   [ updated Apr 4, 2020, 8:18 PM ]
Not being successful in landing an offer in year 7 entry through GATE/ASET test leads most students and parents in WA to believe that this is the end of the story. However, this is not true. In such cases, students still have the opportunities to apply for year 9 and 10 entries.  

Don’t lose motivation.  It is the start. Disappointment and sadness are natural feelings. However, optimism should always be present. Not being successful to get an offer in year 7 entry is not the end of the road. It is only the chance to show that your child is determined to get back up and improve. Students should take this as an opportunity to learn from their mistakes. After understanding what went wrong, they should address it appropriately. When students follow this approach, you’ll learn to work smarter and harder than ever before. 

Be persistent. It is important to persevere. It is an old proverb that practice makes perfect. Students still have the opportunity to apply for year 9 and 10 entries. Furthermore, some selective schools offer excellent advanced learning tracks, e.g. the Specialist Mathematics Program from Rossmoyne SHS. 

Students should put in extra effort to succeed through GATE/ASET online practice. Aussin Coaching and Tutoring Academy has a wide range of GATE/ASET Test Practice Question Packages available on its website. These practice tests can make a vast difference when applying again for a selective school.

It is important to remember that when one opportunity is lost, another one open doors for your child. Students should be prepared to keep their eyes open in such cases. Do not lose hope, and with more practice and better preparation, your child can be successful!