5 platforms helping students score better during new academic session

Here are 5 platforms will not just assist students to score well.

In this digital era where everything is just a click away, the educational sector is no exception. Gone are the days when students had to go through irrelevant topics in the name of covering the entire syllabus, chasing batch-mates for borrowing notes, panicking about cracking the next big exam and much more. The technology has narrowed down the gap between the students and the source of knowledge. The digital learning apps have surely made lives easier for students by helping them procure concepts and solution anytime and anywhere.

Having umpteen number of learning apps available today, it becomes wearisome to identify the most relevant and reliable ones. Here are 5 platforms will not just assist students to score well but will also help in keeping track of progress, daily assessment, personal feedback and constant tips from toppers and motivational mentors to keep trying for better.

Next Education: Next Education is an end to end K-12 solution provider backed up with 400 hours of video lessons, 2D & 3D animation to make learning experiential and fun, topic wise questions with solution, sample papers, a question from All India Test Series and detailed performance report. In case of doubt, the online question-answer forum helps you in getting a solution within 24-hours. In addition to this, Next Education provides next book, next mentor, next lab (robotics, English, Hindi, math, science) and pre-designed curriculum for facilitating better academic planning for teachers and students. It’s one space for all as it strictly aligns to the syllabus of CBSE, ICSE, IGCSE and 23 state boards in 8 languages. Next Education is growing every day with 66000+ digital classrooms, 700+ schools adapting hands-on lab, 240000+ teachers and 12000000+ students.

Enguru: It is an adaptive, on-the-go self-learning English and communication skills tool that offers a variety of industry-specific English courses based on a user’s strengths and weaknesses. The adaptive engine keeps the content relevant and engaging, and learning as efficient as possible. It teaches English to learners from 28 languages and takes care of every aspect of the language – right from the basics up to more complex conversations. Users go through a placement test that identifies their starting point and course stream. The app then develops a customized course for the user, which is split into short 15-minute modules. The ‘General English’ stream is completely free while the industry-specific certificate courses are all priced at Rs 499.

Notesgen: Notesgen is a platform that enables students and educators to sell and buy academic notes across 14 different categories. The application features educational content such as notes, study material, question papers, case studies and projects for engineering, medical, arts alongside others. On Notegen it’s easy to share content, develop peer network and experiment with different patterns of learning.

Byju’s: Byju’s is India’s most loved learning app for anyone from the first standard to a higher education aspirant. Engaging video lessons, study material mapped to the syllabus, interactive questions and unlimited practice with in-depth analysis inculcates a fun-learning experience, keeping the interest and longer retention period intact. You may buy a course as per the personal requirement.

Google Classroom: It’s a free web service by Google. It aims at simplifying the distribution, creation and assessment in a paper-free way. It streamlines the earlier tedious process of sharing the data between the teachers and students. Students can join a class using private code. Google docs, sheets and slides enable writing, Google calendar helps in scheduling. Available for Android and IOS devices, users can effortlessly share files, attach assignment, access the information offline. For each student, the teacher can monitor the progress, grade and return the assignment along with comments.

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