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National Test Abhyas App Helping JEE, NEET Aspirants

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Union Human Resource and development (HRD) Minister Ramesh Pokhriyal “Nishank” has launched National Test Abhyas App for Joint Entrance Exam (JEE) Mains and National Eligibility cum Entrance Test (NEET) aspirants. National Test Abhyas app is created by National Testing Agency (NTA) which offers free mock test for the students preparing for JEE Mains and NEET exams.
Due to the lockdown, the students were not able to attend their coaching classes neither they could come out to buy essentials for their study. The National Test Abhyas App is designed to help the students prepare for competitive entrance exams like JEE-Main and NEET. The app is developed in a way to give similar experience of the exams by allowing students to appear for three hours mock test. The daily test combines relevant academic content with an artificial intelligence driven personalized adaptive learning platform to help the students with access to real exam level mock test. The test papers are crafted by the best facilities and will provide personalised score improvement score, also help students to work on their area of improvement.
The students will be able to sit for new tests daily and can practice regularly with the help of advanced Al (artificial intelligence). The app is developed to identify exact area where improvement require as after finishing the paper it will show candidate the score immediately and also complete analysis of the time s/he spent on different sections. The app shows the right conceptual errors and careless mistakes too. The app can be downloaded free from the Play Store.
JEE aspirants are glad to hear about the release of the application and say that it will help in boosting scores because of detailed analysis results. Priyansah, a JEE aspirant said, “I used to take coaching for my preparation but due to lockdown the institutes are shut, though online classes are going on but it’s difficult to pay attention in online classes because of the network issues. My syllabus is completed and I am solving previous year questions, but self-evaluation is a tedious task; Abhyas can fix the issue for me and will help me boosting my scores.”
As per the reports, more than 16 lakh students have registered for NEET which was earlier postponed in the view of COVID-19 and will be held on 26 of July. Whereas 9.10 lakh students have registered for JEE Main exams which will be conducted from July 18 to 23 and JEE Advanced on August 23.
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