Looking at the current scenario of a highly competitive age, here are five test preparation platforms where aspirants can get help.
Preparing for competitive exams like NEET, JEE, GATE, CAT, UPSC, Govt exams and Olympiad often increases the stress levels. It is more disheartening when one cannot find apt study materials which can upgrade their learning methods.
Currently, in India, it is estimated that 200 million students are preparing for exams, either in school or for competitive exams. In the current age, there are few Ed-tech start-ups that encourage digital learning to enhance student’s learning curve and are also transforming the mundane education system. Aspirants can effortlessly find the course material online and prepare for the exams at their own space & convenience without wasting their time.
Looking at the current scenario of a highly competitive age, here are five test preparation platforms where aspirants can get help like, clarify all doubts, live interactive classes, day-wise preparation plans for upcoming competitive exams.
Here are 5 Ed- tech start-ups are helping aspirants to boost the better score
Gradeup: Gradeup is India's largest exam preparation platform for competitive exams. Through its website and app, it helps more than 1.3 crore registered students across 2500 cities in the country to prepare actively for various exams & score better. Gradeup is determined to be the most comprehensive & effective exam preparation platform for students in India. Established in the year 2015, Gradeup has become a go-to platform many exams like for JEE, NEET, GATE, SSC, Banking, Railways, Teaching, UPSC, Defence and State level exams. Their focus remains on continuously adding more exam categories & introducing products to make preparation more effective. Any aspirant can join the Gradeup free of cost & start preparing for respective exams
Vedantu: Vedantu is India's leading Online tutoring company which enables students to learn LIVE with some of India's best-curated teachers. Vedanta's USP is its quality of teachers. It has some 500+ teachers who have taught more than 1 Million hours to 40,000+ students spread across 1000+ cities from 30+ countries. Vedantu is founded by IITian friends who have been teachers themselves with over 13 years of teaching experience and has taught over 10,000 students.
Byju’s: BYJU’S is the world’s most valued Ed-Tech company and the creator of the most loved school-learning app in India. Launched in 2015, BYJU’S offers highly personalised, engaging and effective learning programs for students in classes 4-12(K-12), and aspirants of competitive exams like JEE, CAT, GMAT, IAS and GRE. With 35 million registered students and 2.2 million annual paid subscriptions, BYJU’S has become one of the most preferred education technology platforms across the globe.
Extramarks: Extramarks Total Learning Ecosystem is a One-App-One-Solution for all stakeholders – Students, Teachers and Parents. It allows students to access learning solutions mapped to their curriculum at home, while simultaneously allowing parents and teachers to track and evaluate the student’s performance.
Unacademy: Unacademy Classroom education in India has stifled many brilliant minds. With Unacademy, India's largest education platform, we are changing that. In a span of 6 months, over 300,000 students have benefited from over 2,400 online lessons and specialised courses on cracking various competitive examinations, on our platform. We have on board some of the top educators in the country, including Kiran Bedi, India's first woman IPS officer and now the Governor of Pondicherry. With over 2 million views every month, we are touching the lives of people in the remotest corners of the country. Our success stories include thousands of students who have cracked the toughest of examinations, improved their ability to speak and write better and increase their knowledge. Our vision is to partner with the brightest minds and have courses on every possible topic in multiple languages so the whole world can benefit from these courses. India is home to 19% of the world's youth and we are empowering them to take on the world in a manner that classrooms will never do.