IN continuation with its philosophy of putting ‘Students First’ and being a pioneer in launching innovative products, Aakash Educational Services Ltd (AESL), the national leader in test preparation services, has launched a Free App for NEET aspirants. Named, the ‘NEET Challenger App’, it enables candidates to strengthen their preparation for the upcoming NEET examination by making them thoroughly understand the insights of questions asked in the last 10 years.
The NEET Challenger app is free for all aspirants across India and not just for those who study at Aakash Institute. It can be downloaded from Google Play Store.The link for downloading the app is: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=aakash.neet.past_year_papers
To register, a student has to select the grade to which he/she belongs. Once signed-up, one can chose from the list of subjects. After selecting a particular subject, students can choosea particular chapter, where one is able to access the previous years’ questions of NEET / AIPMT, which have been asked in the last 10 years.
Commenting on the launch of the app, Aakash Chaudhry, Director and CEO of Aakash Educational Services Limited (AESL),said: “The app is likely to benefit aspirants who are not being able to go for their regular classes due to the nationwide lockdown. With the NEET Challenger app, students can get quality guidance at the convenience of their home. The app will make it easy for students and teachers to thoroughly understand the NEET questions and eventually enhance their skill / capability of cracking the concepts important for NEET along with giving them access to similar questions on each question asked in NEET / AIPMT examination.
Features of ‘NEET Challenger’ app:
– Chapter-wise past 10 Years’ questions of NEET / AIPMT
– Underlying concepts of each question
– Page reference of NCERT (If question belongs from the domain of NCERT)
– Answer and detailed explanation of each question
– Other possible cases
– Expected questions for upcoming NEET exam
– Attempt and Accuracy analysis