Here are five apps you need to prepare for JEE Main and NEET competitive exams
- Amid lockdown, students have moved to
online learningplatforms to learn new skills and prepare for various university entrances and recruitment exams.
- And due to the disruption in the academic calendar, most of the online platforms have enabled free access to their content.
- The JEE Mains exam is scheduled between July 19 and July 23, while NEET entrance will be held on July 26, 2020.
- Here are five apps that can help students prepare for university entrances.
Live classes enable students to interact with co-learners and teachers along with instant resolution to queries. And due to the disruption in the academic calendar because of coronavirus, most of the online platforms have made their content free.
On Tuesday (May 5), the Ministry of Human Resource and Development (MHRD) released the dates for
Here are five apps that can help students prepare for university entrances. These apps eased interactions with co-learners and instructors along with organising learning across levels.
Gradeup is an online learning platform that coaches students for competitive exams like JEE, NEET, GATE, SSC, Banking, Railways, Teaching, UPSC,and Defence. The learning platform has a user base of nearly 14 million students. It is also offering free live classes, exam-specific communities of students preparing for JEE and NEET exams.
Unacademy, which initially started as a YouTube channel and evolved into a learning platform, will conduct free live classes for students across exam categories including engineering entrances, UPSC, banking, railways and other NTA exams.
The edtech platform focuses on providing interactive coaching sessions, mock tests based on the learner’s capabilities and weaknesses.
Toppr caters to individual learning modules via video sessions. It uses artificial intelligence, machine learning, and big data to study student behaviour and create a learning calendar for those preparing for competitive entrances to extend a personalised experience.
GuruQ is a platform that offers personalized and customized courses where tutors guide the students on a one-on-one basis to help them crack competitive exams such as CLAT, NEET, JEE Main and Advanced.
The platform also offers courses to study foreign languages like German, Spanish, Russian, Italian and Chinese.
AdvertisementKhan Academy is an education platform to learn science, mathematics, programming and others. The app operates in 36 languages across countries. It claims to provide free education to learners — including assessment tests, learning material and practice papers for exams like SAT, JEE and others.
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