FAQs

The list of Frequently Asked Questions has been organized into several categories. Please click a category below to view the questions and answers for that category.

Ques. What is DALHAM Foundation?

Ans. DALHAM is an independent not-for-profit social enterprise dedicated to advance, promote and practice non-STEM education as a lifelong endeavour. DALHAM Foundation aims at increasing the importance of non-STEM education in both developing and developed nations and introducing products which will serve as an advanced tool for admissions by bringing in new-age, technology-based analytics for institutions.

Ques. Who are the Founders?

Ans. DALHAM is founded by Dr. Indira Parikh (Founder of FLAME University and Former Dean of IIM-A) and Mr. Shekhar Bhattacharjee (CEO, Great Place to Study).

Ques. Why was DALHAM Founded?

Ans. There is an overemphasis on STEM courses in the schools of India while liberal studies have become no man’s land. People are busy focusing on the technical and analytic quotient of knowledge while ignoring the society they live in. Today, in the era of big data and STEM — Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics, it is common to hear that liberal arts degrees are, well, relatively worthless. To promote and spread awareness about creative and liberal education, DALHAM was founded.

Ques. What is the DALHAM Mission?

Ans. To bring a profound and lasting impact of liberal education to our educational, civic and personal well-being.

Ques. What is the DALHAM Vision?

Ans. To develop and enhance the Competence, Community and Character by digging deep into the world of creative and liberal education.

Ques. What are the products of DALHAM Foundation?

Ans. D-ART, HFA and I-LEP are the products of DALHAM Foundation.

Ques. Does DALHAM offer any services to help students find the college of their interest?

Ans. There is no such service available right now but you can search the colleges accepting D-ART on the website.

Ques. Is D-ART conducted and managed by DALHAM?

Ans. Yes, D-ART is conducted and managed by DALHAM.

Ques. Are there any similar organizations like DALHAM?

Ans. DALHAM is the first organization in India that focuses on the propagation of Non-Stem education.

Ques. When is D-ART Scheduled?

Ans. D-ART is scheduled in the beginning of 2020.

Ques. What is D-ART Entrance?

Ans. D-ART is a non-standard test and it is designed to encourage students to think critically and create a platform for self-reflection. It helps students to explore their passion and priorities as an individual, improves a child’s metacognition, their ability to 'think about thinking’. It teaches students to consider more than one side of the questions. The subjects vary from understanding a students’ knowledge and interest in entrepreneurship to mythology and with the help of our evaluation process, we bring out the brightest mind, who are going to be adopted by top creative and liberal education institutes.

Ques. What are the subjects covered in D-ART?

Ans. D-ART covers all the subjects that fall under 6 elements of DALHAM - Design, Arts, Liberal Studies, Humanities, Architecture and Media. The detailed division of the subjects can be seen in brochure.

Ques. How is D-ART different?

Ans. D-ART is different in its test structure, mechanism and result presentation. D-ART tests the knowledge of a student across all the aspects of life. It measures domain literacy along with the complete picture of the candidate as a human. There is no exam in India till now that gives such extensive assessment and rating mechanism. In short it is a one stop solution for colleges to hunt for the right talent.

Ques. What is difference between PART A and PART B?

Ans. PART A- Human Factor, gives picture of the whole personality of the individual. PART B, Knowledge Validation, measures the domain expertise, knowledge and take of the candidate towards the various aspects of life, precisely across the various subjects mentioned in the brochure.

Ques. What does D-ART stand for?

Ans. D-ART starts for Dalham Assessment and Rating Tool.

Ques. What does D-ART exam measure?

Ans. Our exam measures all competencies which have never been measured together on any platform. These include both the human factor and Knowledge Validation. Some of these competencies are as follows: Non Stem Domain Literacy, Contextual Awareness, Language and Expression, Logical thinking, Communication Skills, General Awareness, Domain Interest, Motivations, Pattern of Thoughts, Observational capacity, emotional responses, imagination and visualisation etc.

Ques. Where can I know about the exam in detail?

Ans. You can know everything about the exam on website under the tabs “About D-ART” and “D-ART for Students”. You can also download the Official Student Guidebook which will give you all the details about the exam.

Ques. How important is D-ART for college admissions?

Ans. D-ART opens multiple avenues making the whole admission process easy for the students. Colleges have accepted D-ART because of the necessity to check both the human factor and knowledge validation. It acts as gateway to all the colleges listed on our website under the tab D-ART. So, D-ART acts as a pre-requisite for admission to these colleges.

Ques. Will D-ART give me entry to all the colleges that I like?

Ans. D-ART acts as an entrance exam for all the colleges mentioned on the website. You can check the list of the accepting colleges under the menu "About D-ART Exam" on the website.

Ques. Is there any third party involved which gives information about the test?

Ans. No, D-ART is not associated with any third party for conducting the test.

Ques. Why should a student take D-ART?

Ans. Student should take D-ART because of the following reasons:
1. No hustle of appearing for different exams for different colleges.
2. Evaluation of your own performance.
3. Exposure to your inner self.
4. Get introduced to your areas of strengths and weaknesses.
5. Get notices.
6. Unleash your creativity and unlock your potential.

Ques. What makes D-ART different?

Ans. D-ART is the only exam which tests the knowledge factor along with the human factor in detail.

Ques. How will D-ART help me pursue my career?

Ans. D-ART will help you get a clear picture of your areas of strengths as well as weakness. It will give a detailed report about various human parameters exposing you to your inner self and innate abilities that will help you to be firm on the path to your dream. It will help improve your meta-cognition and will give you better understanding of yourself.

Ques. How will D-ART colleges discover me?

Ans. Once you apply for a college, they will recive the notification that you have applied and they will start the process from their end through email.

Ques. How does D-ART offer clear picture of an individual's personality?

Ans. PART A- Human Factor of the D-ART exam consists of four sections which measures different facets of the human personality. These are: 1. Application Rating 2. Video SOP 3. Thematic Apperception Test 4. Social Skills Test

Ques. Can we apply for as many colleges as we want through D-ART?

Ans. Yes, you can apply to as many colleges as you want.

Ques. Will the D-ART score be used for recieving any scholarships?

Ans. D-ART score can give you upper hand to get the scholarships given by colleges. But it is entirely on the college if they want to give or not. DALHAM has nothing to do with offering scholarships right now.

Ques. I have always paid equal importance to my development outside the classroom, will D-ART be the correct platform to showcase the skills I have learnt?

Ans. Yes, D-ART focuses on measuring not just the domain expertise but also the surrounding and innate skills.

Ques. How can I prepare for D-ART?

Ans. Thorough understanding of the concepts studied in the school will serve the purpose. You should have the overall knowledge about the topics and it should not only be restricted to the content of NCERT. The mock tests will bring you one step closer to D-ART.

Ques. What are the coaching centres that can help prepare me for D-ART?

Ans. D-ART is all about life and various aspects of it. If you have dedicatedly understood your topics school life and tried to relate them with practical life, then you are your own coaching centre.

Ques. Where can I find study material for D-ART?

Ans. Ans.Read the topics mentioned in the syllabus. You can download the syllabus from the Exam Preparation section under the “D-ART for Students” tab. NCERT 11th and 12th class books should be thoroughly studied. Read the topics given in them all across the internet.

Ques. Where can I find sample papers for D-ART test?

Ans. You will be given the mock test after you login to the website and register for the test. You can download the sample practice questions under exam preparation section.

Ques. What is the syllabus for the test and where can I find it?

Ans. Syllabus covers the topics covered in your school life with special emphasis on 11th and 12th. For detailed description and broad division of the subjects, please download the syllabus from the Exam Preparation section under the “D-ART for Students” tab.

Ques. How can I take mock-tests for D-ART?

Ans. You can take Mock Test after registering and filling the application form on your student dashboard.

Ques. How long can I access the Mock Tests?

Ans. You can access Mock Tests till the exam gets over.

Ques. Where can I find sample papers for D-ART test?

Ans. You will be given the mock test after you login to the website and register for the test.

Ques. How will Mock Tests help me?

Ans. Mock tests will give you an idea of the pattern and structure of the D-ART. The mock will give you the sample of the original D-ART test. This will help you to plan your strategy and time management for the original D-ART.

Ques. When will I receive the results of the Mock Tests?

Ans. You will receive the result of the test on the spot after the test is completed.

Ques. What is the best way to prepare for D-ART?

Ans. The best way to prepare is to be well versed with all subjects learnt about through school, especially in classes 11 and 12. To be well versed with the structure and mechanism of testing, do take the mock papers available after registration. The syllabus may not be limited to book knowledge and thus it is best to be focused on external general knowledge as well.

Ques. I am not able to access mock tests, what can be the reason?

Ans. You will have access to mock papers post registration inclusive of payment. If you are unable to access mock tests, it may be due to a payment or registration failure.

Ques. Is there any external website that I should refer to for prepration?

Ans. There is no external website that can be referred to for preparation.

Ques. I have thoroughly studied everything from class 1 to 12 of my school, will I be able to crack D-ART?

Ans. Absolutely

Ques. What will help me to prepare for Part A- Human Factor?

Ans. There is no necessary preparation for this section. It may help to be well-versed with your own profile and achievements, but you need not study anything for this section

Ques. Is D-ART a written test?

Ans. D-ART is an online test which will incorporate multiple choice, true-false, assertion reason and some open ended questions. However there is pen paper based written test for students opting for Design and Architecture as electives.

Ques. Can I take the D-ART test online?

Ans. Both parts of the examination can be taken online. However, while PART A (Human Factor) can be taken online anytime within alloted days, PART B (Knowledge Validation) must be taken online while being present at the center alloted.

Ques. Can I take the test from home?

Ans. PART A, that is the Human Factor can be taken at home. However, PART B, that is Knowledge Validation must be taken online at the centre. It is a centre-based online test.

Ques. How many times can I take the D-ART test?

Ans. D-ART can be taken just once. However, D-ART, as an examination can be taken an indefinite number of times.

Ques. How many sections are there in the D-ART test?

Ans. The section division is as follows:
PART A:
Section 1: Application Rating;
Section 2: Video SOP;
Section 3: Thematic Apperception Test;
Section 4: Social Skills Test.

PART B:
Section 1: Comprehensive Section;
Section 2: Elective Based Section;
Section 3: Aptitude Section.

Ques. Where are the exam centres?

Ans.There are 30 cities spread across India where D-ART will be conducted. To know about them, please browse “D-ART for Students” tab.

Ques. What is the eligibility to take D-ART?

Ans. 1. Candidates appearing for Class 12th Examination or any equivalent qualifying examination in 2020 are eligible to appear for D-ART 2020.
2. Candidates appearing for Class 12th Examination or any equivalent qualifying examination in 2021 or later are not eligible to appear for D-ART 2020.
3. Candidates must have taken at least five subjects in class 12th/qualifying examination in order to be eligible for writing D-ART-2020. This applies for IB and IGCSE curriculums as well.
4. All the candidates will be eligible to apply irrespective of their citizenship.
The number of attempts which a candidate can avail for D-ART is restricted to 5 attempts.

Ques. What are the exam dates and how many times does it happen in a year?

Ans. Exam date will be announced in the month of October. D-ART will happen only once in a year.

Ques. What stationary should I carry for D-ART test?

Ans. Black ball point pen and all the necessary stationary required for drawing in case you have chosen design and architecture as electives.

Ques. How many questions are there all sections combined?

Ans. PART A contains 96 questions. PART B contains 200 questions.

Ques. Are there any accomodations for physically disabled candidates?

Ans. Yes, the accomodations are available if requested well in advance.

Ques. Which electives invole pen-paper based questions?

Ans. Design and Architecture are the two electives which require physical pen-paper responses.

Ques. How many electives can I choose?

Ans. You may choose a minimum of one and maximum of three electives for D-ART.

Ques. Will I get extra time if I choose more than one elective?

Ans. Each elective is 50 minutes each.

Ques. Will I get a break if I choose more than one elective?

Ans. In case of more than one, there will be a 30 minute break between electives.

Ques. How will the computer driven test work in the test centre?

Ans. The computer driven test has back to back MCQ questions. In case of Design and Architecture electives, there will also be open ended questions requiring you to use a pen and paper.

Ques. How do I have to draw for design and architecture?

Ans. While the questions will be visible on the computer screen, some questions will require you to draw on paper. While paper will be provided, it is expected that you carry anything else you might need such as pen and pencils.

Ques. Will the questions for design and architecture be displayed on the screen?

Ans.Yes, the questions will visible be on the computer screens.

Ques. How do I submit the design and Architecture papers?

Ans. The papers will be submitted on the expiry of the time limit to the invigilator or person in charge.

Ques. When and where can I appear for Human Factor Paper?

Ans. Human Factor may be taken from home or any mobile location.

Ques. Is there a time limit for Human Factor paper?

Ans. You have to complete the Human Factor within 1 day.

Ques. Can I save one section and appear for it later in Part A paper?

Ans. The sections may be saved for later but this may only be possible if you do not click on a section. In case you finish section 1 and click submit, you may not go back on it. Each section will have its own link. Link once clicked cannot be opened again.

Ques. Can I choose the test centre of my choice?

Ans. You may choose three preferences. However, the final allocation will depend on the number of registrations in a particular center.

Ques. How is the Human Factor adminstered?

Ans. The Human Factor can be taken on our portal from any mobile location. You will be able to access the 'Human Factor' immediately after registration and payment is completed.

Ques. How is Knowledge Validation paper adminstered?

Ans. The Knowledge Validation paper is admnistered at the test center in the 3 hour stipulated period.

Ques. I am interested in Contemporary Arts, which elective should I choose?

Ans. The elective to choose in this case is Arts.

Ques. What all is included in each of the electives?

Ans. You are advised to go through the syllabus to have deeper understanding on this.

Ques. I am a class 12 student, will I be eligible for D-ART?

Ans. You will be eligible for D-ART 2020 in the case that you are looking for enrollment in 2020.

Ques. Is there any sectional cutoff?

Ans. There is no sectional cuttoff.

Ques. What is the duration of the test, section wise?

Ans. PART A of the test can be carried out across one day stipulated time period. PART B must be completed within the 3 hour period of the test. Each elective will entitle you to an extra 50 minutes per elective.

Ques. What type of questions will be asked?

Ans. The questions will range from multiple choice questions, true false questions to assertion reasoning. Details of the question type is there under the tab “D-ART for Students”

Ques. Is Human Factor a pre- requisite for Knowledge Validation?

Ans.The Human Factor must be takenout before Knowledge Validation. It is a prerequisite. If you do not take Human Factor, you can still give Knowledge Validation but your score will stand disqualified.

Ques. What is the distribution of marks section-wise?

Ans. Ans. In PART A (Human Factor) - Section 1, 2 and 3 are 100 marks each adding up to 300. In PART B (Knowledge Validation), Section 1 is 2*100 marks, Section 2 is 2*50 marks and Section 3 is 2*50 marks adding up to 400.

Ques. How does selection of more than one elective affect the total marks?

Ans. The students can select up to 3 electives of their choice. If they choose three electives, after the end of the exam, student will be given three DALHAM Quotients. He can use the DQ to select the elective he wants to be part of the DALHAM Quotient. The other two electives can however also be used to apply to colleges of the relevant stream as well as for self-evaluation.

Ques. What is star rating? How to evaluate star rating?

Ans. Star rating the a method of recognizing a DALHAM candidate. Each candidate will be star rated according the the marks obtained and competencies measured. The slabs will be predecided to categorize the candidate under each star.

Ques. What is DALHAM Quotient?

Ans. The DALHAM Quotient is a figure that will be computed from both parts of the examination. Normalised marks will be used to obtain the quotient. DALHAM QUOTIENT = Marks Obtained after normalisation/Total Marks.

Ques. What is the maximum score?

Ans. Maximum score is 700 marks.
PART A - Human Factor - 300 marks;
PART B - Knowledge Validation - 400 marks

Ques. Is there negative marking for wrong answers?

Ans. Star rating the a method of recognizing a DALHAM candidate. Each candidate will be star rated according the the marks obtained and competencies measured. The slabs will be predecided to categorize the candidate under each star.

Ques. On what basis will the PART A- Human Factor be evaluated?

Ans. Human Factor will be evaluated on the basis of various parameters that are pre-decided under each category which are required to measure the competencies relevant to each section.

Ques. For how long is the DALHAM Quotient valid?

Ans. The DALHAM Quotient is valid for 1 year.

Ques. Is there an eligibility criteria set by colleges according to star rating?

Ans. Ans. There may be an eligibility criteria in terms of star rating but it will differ from college to college.

Ques. How can I improve if I do not score well in first attempt?

Ans. Once you take D-ART and are dissatisfied with your scores, you may reevaluate yourself by viewing the sections that you want to improve. You can continue to go through various sample questions in that section and take D-ART again.

Ques. What if I select multiple options for a question?

Ans. Each question has a single answer unless mentioned in the question. You will not be able to select multiple options.

Ques. How much will it cost for D-ART registration?

Ans. INR 4999 + GST for test and Mock Tests.

Ques. How can I register for D-ART?

Ans. Registration can be done online on www.dalhamfoundation.org

Ques. How can I update my profile?

Ans. Your personal and educational details can be updated only after the point of payment. Once the payment is made, the dashboard will be available for you to edit and update.

Ques. Will my profile be visible to institutes?

Ans. Yes, your profile will be visible to institutes.

Ques. Is there any age limit to register?

Ans. The age to apply for D-ART is limited to 26 years. The lower limit is 16

Ques. Do I need to register to fill the application form?

Ans. Yes, prior registration is required on the DALHAM portal.

Ques. Where can I find the instructions to fill the form?

Ans. You can find the instructions to fill the application form on your dashboard. Same is available in the student handbook which will be available for download on the website.

Ques. Does nationality matter while filling the form?

Ans. The form will ask you to fill in your nationality for our information, but will not affect anything with respect to the exam.

Ques. I am a candidate with disbability, do I need to fill the same form?

Ans. Yes, you have to fill the same form and fill the relevant details asked for physical disability candidates and upload the documents asked,if any.

Ques. How does achievements affect my candidature?

Ans. Your acheivements will be visible on your dashboard and for colleges to view. Furthermore, questions in the Application Rating section will contain questions based on your prior acheivements.

Ques. I do not have any scholarship, will that be negative for my candidature?

Ans. No, it will not be negative for your candidature.

Ques. Will I get the test centre of my choice?

Ans. Out of the three preferences, you may be allotted any one depending on the number of registrations.

Ques. How many Test centres can I choose?

Ans. You can choose up to three test centre preferences.

Ques. I have not decided the kind of industry I want to work in, what should I fill?

Ans. In that case, you can leave this option blank.

Ques. Will I get the test centre of my choice?

Ans. Out of the three preferences, you may be allotted any one depending on the number of registrations.

Ques. What if I do not have a passport?

Ans. You may submit any other government valid ID if you do not possess a passport.

Ques. What should be the dimensions of the photograph?

Ans. 2 x 2 inch, 35 x 45 mm or 35 x 35 mm (5 x 5 cm, 3.5 x 4.5 cm, 3.5 x 3.5 cm)

Ques. How do I upload my signature?

Ans. You can scan a picture of your signature and upload it or you may use a software to create a digital one.

Ques. How do I upload my marksheets?

Ans. You have to upload the marksheets while filling the application form. Click on the upload in the upload documents section.

Ques. What all is included in portfolio?

Ans. Portfolio includes the brief of your entire academic and professional career including the research papers, internships, scholarships if any.

Ques. Can I open my form again, once submitted?

Ans. The form cannot be opened after submission.

Ques. Can I pay fees at the bank?

Ans. You may only pay the fees online on the DALHAM portal.

Ques. Is the form available offline?

Ans. No the form is available on www.dalhamfoundation.org

Ques. How will I get to know that form has been successfully submitted?

Ans. You will recieve a confirmation email once the form has been successfully submitted.

Ques. Can I pay by E- Challan?

Ans. This mode of payment may not be utilized.

Ques. What is the application number?

Ans. The application number is the number you recieve after registration.

Ques. Do I need to take printout of the confirmation page?

Ans. You will need to print the confirmation page

Ques. Can I open my form from where I left?

Ans. You may open your form where you left it as long as you save your changes.

Ques. What if internet connectivity is lost while filling the form?

Ans. Keep saving the details by pressing the save button. If internet connectivity is lost, the application form will open from the last saved version.

Ques. Will I be able to edit my information once payment is done?

Ans. Yes, you will be able to edit your information once the payment is completed.

Ques. Where and when will I get the Admit card?

Ans. You can download the Admit Card 10 days before the date of examination from your dashboard.

Ques. I have not received the admit card, what should I do?

Ans. Kindly call/email one of the representatives from DALHAM on the website.

Ques. What is correct version of browser to be used while filling the application form?

Ans. All latest browsers version like chrome, firefox, safari etc.

Ques. What all do I need to bring for the test?

Ans. Candidates appearing for D-ART must bring admit card and the valid identity proof to the examination hall. Entry is not allowed even if one of them is not available. Candidate should carry any ball point pen for the paper work. For candidates having design and architecture as elective, they must bring their own pencils, sketch pens, poster colors and other drawing materials for the examination. Drawing sheets will however be provided in the examination hall.

Ques. What is not allowed in the test centre?

Ans. Carrying mobile phones, calculators and electronic devices is strictly prohibited in the examination hall.The sheets if required will be provided to the candidate in the examination hall. They should not carry any kind of paper other than admit card and identity proof. The candidates have to write their name and roll number on each sheet and submit to the invigilator before leaving the examination hall. All means of communication inside the examination hall are strictly prohibited. Candidate should not try to harm the computer or any hardware or facilities provided inside the examination hall. If someone is found doing so, his/her candidature will be cancelled and legal action will be taken against the same.

Ques. What will happen if I carry prohibited things by mistake?

Ans. In case you are in possession of prohibited materials within the testing premises, it will categorised as cheating. The penalty for the same is disqualification from D-ART, notification to universities, cancellation of scores or forfeiture of payment.

Ques. At what time should I reach the test centre?

Ans. You must arrive at the test centre 30 minutes before the allocated test timing.

Ques. Are there any breaks within the sections?

Ans. In case of more than one elective, there will be a 30 minute break between each.

Ques. What needs to be done if I have more than one elective?

Ans. You will have to appear for the additional electives, each elective adding 50 minutes to your exam time.

Ques. Is there any ID requirement?

Ans. Yes the identity verfication is necessary to enter the examination hall. You can bring any of the following IDs: Aadhar Card, Voter Card, Pan Card, Passport, Driving license

Ques. What is not accepted as ID?

Ans. Any ID execpt the above mentioned are not accepted.

Ques. What if I do not have any of the accepted IDs?

Ans. Kindly make sure that you make the ID before the exam as you will not be allowed without the IDs

Ques. Are calculators allowed in the exam?

Ans. Calculators are not permitted in the testing premises.

Ques. Can I carry my phone?

Ans. You may not carry your phone inside the testing premises.

Ques. What will happen if security policies are violated?

Ans. Legal actions will be taken against the candidates who violate any of the exam policies.

Ques. What should I do if I notice some unwanted behaviour at the test centre?

Ans. You must report any unwanted activity to your administrator or invigilator.

Ques. What if someone is caught cheating?

Ans. If someone is caught cheating, the penalties will range from
- Disqualification from future
- D-ART exams
- Notification to universities
- Possible legal penalty
- Cancellation of scores
- Forfeiture of payment

Ques. Whom should I contact if the human proctor present in the centre is faulty?

Ans. You may call the support number provided to you at the centre.

Ques. What if the internet connectivity is lost?

Ans. In case of loss of connectivity, you will be redirected to the same page where it was lost. You will also not lose any time as the software will account for the same.

Ques. Whom to contact if I face any other technical issue?

Ans. Our support staff will be present within the premises to help with any technical issues.

Ques. Will there be face recognization at the test centre?

Ans. No there will be no face recognition at the test center.

Ques. When will I get the results?

Ans. Final results will be declared 30 days after the date of examination.

Ques. How will I get the results?

Ans. You will recieve the result in the registered email ID. The result will also be available on your dashboard when you login to your account.

Ques. How long can I access my Score Card for?

Ans. The scorecard can be accessed for 30 days after it is released.

Ques. What all will I get after the result declaration?

Ans. You will recieve the result and scorecard at the time of declaration.

Ques. What does the report of Human Factor cover?

Ans. The report gives the comprehensive detailing of the skills and innate abilities possessed by the candidate. It gives you your areas of weakness and strengths and tells you about the various parameters that different sections measure.

Ques. Will I get a separate report for Knowledge Validation?

Ans. There will one report but Knowledge Validation part will be separately placed.

Ques. If I have appeared for more than one elective, how will that affect my result?

Ans. You will get different scorecard for each elective.

Ques. Can I cancel my scores?

Ans. No you cannot cancel your scores. If you were unable to perform well, you can reappear for the exam in next cycle.

Ques. How do I send my scores to schools?

Ans. After declaration of the result, you will have to apply to the colleges listed on the dashboard. The scores will be automatically sent to the applied colleges.

Ques. Who has access to my scores?

Ans. The D-ART team and the D-ART accepting colleges have access to your scores.

Ques. What if the college does not receive my score?

Ans. If you have applied to a college, there is no chance that it will not receive your score.

Ques. What should I do after the result declaration?

Ans. You have to apply to all the colleges on your dashboard to whom you want to send scores to.

Ques. How will I get to know that I have been shortlisted by a college?

Ans. You will receive notification from the college through email.

Ques. Will the report give me my areas of strength and weakness?

Ans. Yes, report will give the complete picture of your areas of strength, weakness and improvement.

Ques. Do colleges accept D-ART score for 2020 enrollment?

Ans.Yes, Colleges accept D-ART scores for 2020 enrollment.

Ques. What are the type of Universities and Colleges that accept D-ART?

Ans. All the universities and colleges that offer Non-Stem courses accept D-ART.

Ques. How do I apply for Universities using my D-ART results?

Ans. Select the prefrences in the application form, the university or the institute will connect with you if you fall under their respective cutoff.

Ques. Is D-ART result accepted across borders? What are the countries?

Ans. D-ART scores will be accepted only by colleges of India.

Ques. How many colleges can I apply to with the results of D-ART?

Ans. You can apply to as many D-ART score accepting colleges as you want.

Ques. How will I get to know that my scores have successfuly reached the college/university?

Ans. After the declaration of the result, you need to apply to the list of colleges given on your dashboard. For each college you apply for, college will receive the notification. The college will contact you through email depending upon its requirement.

Ques. Do colleges have a test preference? Is there any upper hand given to candidates appearing for D-ART?

Ans. Colleges keep their options open by accepting more than one entrance exam. Colleges might have a fixed number of seats fixed for D-ART.

Ques. How will the college contact me?

Ans. If you fall in the slab set by the college, you will receive the notification through email.

Ques. What is unique about HFA?

Ans. HFA is unlike any other personality test that exists in the market. HFA adopts a 360-degree approach to have glimpse into the perception of students’ world and understand them better. It uses the amalgamation of Cognitive Assessment, Expression of Self, Perception of theWorld and Social Skills Test to learn more about the respondents' thoughts, concerns, and motives, preferences and potentialities, thus helping them lead a happy life.

Ques. What are the components of HFA?

Ans. 1. Cognitive Assessment 2.. Expression of Self 3. Perception of the World 4. Social Skills Test

Ques. How will I get benefit from HFA?

Ans. You will get a detailed personality report that will give you a clear picture of your mental and emotional wellbeing. You will be able to identify your strengths and grey areas, if any, in your behaviour, pattern of thinking, emotional response, and your perceptions and reactions to different stimulus in the environment around them. You can work on your self if red flag is reflected in the report.

Ques. What is the cost of taking this assessment?

Ans. 5000 INR per student

Ques. Where can I register for HFA?

Ans. Your school will get in touch with you for the same. If your school is not conducting the HFA drive, you can send your concern by writing to us at hfa@dalhamfoundation.org. We will get in touch with your school.

Ques. What is the time duration of HFA?

Ans. Total Duration is 1 hour 30 minutes. Cognitive Assessment - 30 minutes | Expression of Self - 10 minutes | Perception of the World - 30 minutes | Social Skills Test- 20 minutes

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