Previous years’ questions for practice, powerful analytics and reports for effective learning
Aakash Educational Services Limited (AESL) has launched a free mobile application to provide a smooth learning experience to JEE aspirants who want to practise and solve previous years’ questions.
The JEE Challenger App, with its easy-to-use and clean user interface, has been designed keeping in mind the needs of students preparing for the highly competitive JEE. Students can use its powerful analytics and reports to fine-tune their preparations for both JEE Main and JEE Advanced with a focused precision.
The app and is available on Play Store and will offer the aspirants access to previous years’ question papers for JEE Advanced and JEE Main with a bank of over 5,000 questions.
The JEE Challenger App will offer students the flexibility to attempt questions chapter-wise and year-wise for every subject. The high-quality explanation of solutions underlying the concepts will ensure a complete understanding of the subjects. The app will also provide peer benchmarking reports and powerful test analytics that include chapter-wise and subject-wise performance reports, overall attempted questions report, and time-taken report viewed in the context of the difficulty level of questions.
Other features of the app include recently viewed chapters and a completion percentage graph for a smooth and effective learning experience. The app also has an overall performance indicator feature for every subject, thereby ensuring that the students can focus on areas that require improvement and devise corrective or remedial action for better performance. To ensure thorough practice sessions and conceptual understanding, students are prompted with similar questions while attempting a question in the JEE Advanced section. This provides learners with an opportunity to get ample prospects to sharpen their understanding of each concept as they prepare for the very competitive JEE Advanced paper.
· A question bank of over 5,000 questions
· Flexibility to attempt questions chapter-wise or year-wise for every subject
· Peer benchmarking and powerful analytics, including chapter-wise and subject-wise performance reports, overall attempts, and time taken
· Recently viewed chapters and completion percentage graph for smooth and effective learning experience
· Overall performance indicator for every subject highlighting area for improvement
· Similar questions prompts to students attempting a question in the JEE Advanced section
Aakash Chaudhry, managing director, Aakash Educational Services Limited, said the app has been designed to assist aspirants to crack JEE. “To ensure continuous meaningful education even during the global pandemic, the app offers engaging features that help track the performance of the aspirants so that remedial action can be taken on time. This dree app is intended to bolster a student’s confidence as they practise more and more questions and get meaningful insights,” he said.
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