Extramarks Education, the well acclaimed digital learning solutions provider has launched online testing application for the aspirants of IITs. This step was taken with an aim to make the examination process of all the IITs digital.
JEE or Joint Entrance Examination for all the Indian Institutes of Technology is expected to get digitalized completely from 2019. This information was released by NTA or National Testing Agency which will be apex body to organize these entrance tests.
As per Extramarks, in the newly launched IITJEE Test Prep app, the IIT aspirants will get the practice papers through which they can sense the feel of the main examination.
Atul Kulshrestha, Chairman and Managing Director of Extramarks Education stated, “The field of technology formulated by Extramarks observes the points of strength and improvement in the performance of the students. With this, the aspirants will not have to face any kind of learning gap and they will command over all the critical concepts. This will help the students to land on the most cracking strategy for examination.”
He further added that the educators and experts have laid emphasize on creating the mock tests and practice papers to make the students feel the real pressure of exam in advance and prepare themselves accordingly.
There will be the test series in the newly launched app that will be given on week on week basis on national level. This will help the students to boost up their performance level on regular basis and do the analysis wherever it is needed. They can also improve their national ranking with this.
Not only this, there will also be the set of mock tests, last years’ papers and customized tests with the help of which the students can improvise their preparation for the examination.
The exam papers and the questions on the app are created by the educators and experts with great track record across the country.
As per the company, there are above 8,000 schools and students in its network. This app is currently present in India, Singapore, Indonesia and South Africa.