#CareerBytes: Preparing for JEE? Here are some must-have mobile apps
The Joint Entrance Examination (JEE) is the most challenging engineering entrance exam in India. JEE, comprising Main and Advanced, is the gateway to top institutes like IITs and NITs among others. Since JEE is a tough nut to crack, it is essential for aspirants to prepare well, and mobile apps can be of great help. Here are eight must-have apps for JEE preparation.
Toppr and AskIITians are among the most preferred apps
Toppr is one of the most popular and highest-rated apps for JEE preparation. It also offers Toppr Learn-JEE Main, NEET app. Features offered include video lectures, question banks, 24x7 doubt-clearing services, mock tests, study groups, all-India test series, etc. AskIITians is another popular app among JEE aspirants. It offers practice papers, important topics, online lecture videos, doubt-clearing by experts, problem-solving shortcuts and techniques, etc.
Mobile apps offered by Extramarks and EduRev
Extramarks IIT JEE Test Prep App is a comprehensive platform for JEE aspirants. It offers previous papers, chapter-wise tests, full-length mock tests, question banks, national-level weekly tests with ranking/analysis, etc. EduRev and its JEE-dedicated app are among the best apps for preparation. Features offered include solved previous papers, free books, video lectures, study material, notes, important questions/problems, online test series, chapter-wise mock-tests, etc.
#5: IIT JEE Video Lectures is a useful app
IIT JEE Video Lectures is another must-have app for aspirants to prepare for JEE Main and Advanced tests. It offers hundreds of useful video lectures across subjects like Math, Physics, and Chemistry. User can also learn concepts, shortcuts, and tricks on the app.
Download these apps to learn and revise formulas on-the-go
Formula Deck is one of the most useful mobile apps for JEE aspirants; it helps students in learning and revising formulas quickly. They can get access to all formulas related to Physics, Chemistry, and Mathematics. It works offline too. PCM Formulas is another good app to learn and revise Math, Physics, and Chemistry formulas on-the-go. It also has a discussion forum for students.
#8: IIT JEE Previous Year Papers is another good app
Next on the list is IIT JEE Previous Year Papers app, which is another must-have one for JEE aspirants. It provides previous JEE question papers in a quiz format -multiple choice questions- similar to the actual JEE format. The app can also be used offline.