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Attention! NTA releases mobile app for NEET aspirants; check features

NTA releases mobile app

In an endeavour to help NEET and JEE 2020 aspirants in their preparations, the HRD Ministry recently launched free mobile app ‘National Test Abhyas’ .

The app, developed by NTA, is available on Android-based smartphones and tablets. The app can help aspirants to appear for the mock tests, helping them to do a reality check about their preparations.

While launching the mobile app the HRD minister Ramesh Pokhriyal Nishank was quoted saying as, “This timely launch is designed to ensure that no student is left behind in getting exposure to practice testing, especially when student’s loss due to closure of educational institutions is to be compensated and NTA’s Test-Practice Centers are shut due to the Covid-19 lockdown.”

The HRD minister further said students across the country can use the app to access high quality tests, free of cost, in a bid to be fully prepared for the upcoming JEE Main 2020, NEET 2020 and other competitive exams.

The NTA has also instituted live support from 10 AM to midnight for the first seven days of the release to ensure that any issues experienced by student are proactively addressed

NTA is planning to release one new mock test on the app daily which can be downloaded easily. It will also institute live support from 10 AM to midnight for the first seven days of the release to help those who face issues in the app.

This year NEET 2020 is scheduled to be held on July 26, 2020 while JEE (Mains) from July 18–23. About 1.6 million students have registered for NEET 2020 and 9,10,000 students have registered for JEE Mains 2020.

How does the app help

  • Through the app, candidates can take daily 3 hours mock test according to their convenience
  • The app will provide performance analysis
  • One would receive correct answers with explanations
  • Candidates will also be able to evaluate time spent by them on Physics, Chemistry, Biology and Mathematics individually

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