AP Residential Educational Institution Society (APREIS), an autonomous body with the Secretary of the Government of Andhra Pradesh has recently partnered with SelfStudy, India’s leading online learning platform for preparing the students for medical and engineering entrance exams. Under this collaboration, APR Junior College at Guntur will be provided online ‘Revision Cum Test Packages’ which will help the students to revise and practise the concepts thoroughly with the help of high quality revision material in the form of infographic flashcharts and practise every chapter and related topics with the help of a series of 150 tests.
With the help of SelfStudy’s tech enabled platform which makes use of advanced algorithms and Artificial Intelligence, the students at APR Junior College can now assess their strengths and weaknesses as the application provides detailed analysis after every test where a student can get an idea of the time spent per question, accuracy, speed of attempting questions, numbers of questions attempted, overall rank in the test, bifurcated score for easy, medium and difficult questions along with accuracy. It also provide students with solution for each and every question with detailed explanation for every question whether attempted correctly or incorrectly or left unattempted as well as subject wise summary of the attempted tests. The in-depth analysis helps the students to understand their learning gaps and improve them in order to perform well in the final exams.
A SelfStudy Revision Cum Test package in totality provides 150 online tests with solution and revision material. The set of tests include chapter level tests, part tests and full tests for classes 11 and 12, tests based on the latest pattern of JEE Mains, JEE Advanced, NEET, AIIMS etc. along with previous year’s papers so as to develop a better understanding about the actual exam pattern. The package includes more than 400 infographic flashcharts based on the concept of micro-learning for at-a-glance revision of important concepts, key points and formulae in order to enhance their performance in tests.
Comments M. Nagabhushana Sarma, Secretary, “We are very positive about this collaboration with SelfStudy, and the support and response that we got from SelfStudy team is very much appreciable. I think this collaboration with SelfStudy will help students at APR Junior College to enhance their performances in the upcoming engineering and medical entrance examinations. My best wishes are with the team of SelfStudy and all the best to all the engineering and medical aspirants.”
Persainjit Singh, co-founder, SelfStudy, said, “We are very pleased to collaborate with Andhra Pradesh government which has been a pioneer in the adoption of e-learning. Last year, we saw in Andhra Pradesh almost 49,563 candidates appeared in NEET with 73 percent success rate. The AP government initiative to transform government schools in par with private schools has given impetus to education sector resulting in better results. Good luck and best wishes to all the students at APR Junior College.”
SelfStudy is an e-learning platform founded by IIT-Bombay alumni Persainjit Singh and Prakash Gupta to help students to “study less and score more”.
Set up in 1972 by the Government of Andhra Pradesh as an autonomous body with the Secretary of Government, Education Department, APREIS aims to provide quality education for talented boys from economically disadvantaged background.Posted in Corporate