Board exams are fast approaching and most students of classes 10 and 12 have already started planning their syllabus revision. Here are 5 educational apps to help students prepare for board exams.
As board exams are round the corner, teachers are fast-forwarding the syllabus followed by pre-tests. At this point of time, students tend to panic as they find themselves confused which study material to refer, what weak areas to work on and innumerable practice sheets to finish. But in this smart age era, smart work has an upper hand over the traditional concept of hard work.
Leveraging the internet and a software system which creates a virtual learning environment, these 5 educational platforms are playing a major role in democratizing the education landscape of the country.
These edu-tech platforms are redefining the learning and exam preparation industry for Indian students, irrespective of their city, schedule etc.
Here are 5 apps to help students prepare smartly for board exams:
Poland-based Brainly is designed to help students boost their inquisitiveness with a continuous flow of questions and radical solutions. The startup not just focuses on cracking puzzling questions but also on sharing ideas, deepening insights, and exploring knowledge.
Founded in 2009, Brainly is the modern education company uniting students and experts in a fun, interactive world that celebrates understanding. Being the shortcut-free solution for fast-tracked learning, Brainly is a transparent, smart, and fun way of motivating students to go from asking to understanding to answering.
With over 150 million monthly users hailing from more than 35 countries accessing the platform, Brainly is the world’s most trusted, teacher-approved online learning resource. Built on the belief that brilliance happens when brains come together, Brainly has a unique collaborative model of crowd-learning’.
It focuses on holistically aiding students in understanding the concept forming the premise of their question, instead of merely answering it.
The platform provides around 50,000,000+ certified answers across the world on a variety of topics every day.
Brainly helps students with a deeper understanding and grasp over critical classroom content, ranging from solving a particular question to continuous tutoring in a certain subject, with verified step-by-step explanations and follow up material.
This online ed-tech platform started in 2015 provides education through video classes, powerpoint presentations and other materials to help government job aspirants prepare for competitive exams.
Its faculty consists of students who have cleared various exams and mentors who have extensive teaching experience. They efficiently condense the course material and break down complex concepts into simple bullet points.
The platform covers a wide range of subjects and concepts relevant to competitive exams in many languages to benefit students from all over the country. It not only aims to educate them better but also improve their speaking and writing proficiency.
3. Catalyst Group
Established in 2017, it is one of the fastest growing learning platforms with the vision of affordable quality education available to all. It provides students training for GATE, IES, Civil Engineering, and Mechanical Engineering.
To help them crack these competitive exams, the platform houses the biggest group of engineering experts including civil servants, senior professors, authors and senior professionals, who work together to deliver quality content.
It enables the students to take lectures from anywhere and at any hour of the day. Moreover, it also runs special batches for college students with a highly affordable fee structure.
The platform has numerous highly-placed officers (its ex-students) in central, state government and PSU companies to its credit.
The award-winning multimedia content, integrated with world-class tools, lesson plans and assessments, helps students clarify doubts, revise concepts, develop their analytical skills and customise their learning needs at home, ensuring the best possible learning outcomes for students.
The quality of the content has been validated through a testing tool, the Learning Objective Evaluation (LOBE) Instrument, developed at the Indian Institute of Technology, Bombay.
Meant to enhance the home-learning experience, it helps 21st-century learners to be the architects of their own knowledge anytime, anywhere.
5. Made Easy
Made Easy, which started in 2001 as a coaching institute for IES, GATE and PSUs have branched an online learning platform.
Through the platform, it provides quality education to students across the country with the help of expert faculty and cutting edge education software.
With specialized study material and online classes, it claims to be a success partner of engineering graduates for written examinations and personality tests, integral to the selection process.
Source : https://www.indiatoday.in/education-today/featurephilia/story/5-apps-to-help-students-prepare-smartly-for-board-exams-1629028-2019-12-17
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