National Test Abhyas app offers 30 lakh free mock tests – Said by HRD Minister

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National Test Abhyas app offers 30 lakh free mock tests – Said by HRD Minister
National Test Abhyas app offers 30 lakh free mock tests – Said by HRD Minister

National Test Abhyas app offers 30 lakh free mock tests – Said by HRD Minister. The National Test Abhyas app developed by National Testing Agency (NTA) has offered 30 lakh online mock tests free of cost within the two month period of its launch. This news was shared by Union Human Resource Minister Dr. Ramesh Pokhriyal Nishank on Sunday via his Twitter Handle. Follow us to get daily updates.

About National Test Abhyas App:

An artificial intelligence-powered mobile app ‘National Test Abhyas’ developed by the National Testing Agency (NTA) was launched on Tuesday. The objective of the mobile app is to enable candidates to take mock tests for upcoming exams such as JEE (Main), NEET 2020 under the NTA’s purview. The app has been launched to facilitate candidates’ access to high-quality mock tests

HRD Minister’s Tweet:

HRD Minister said that“Happy to share that @DG_NTA‘s mobile application launched during #Covid19 lockdown for JEE (Main) and NEET aspirants called ‘National Test Abhyas’ has touched a milestone of delivering 30 lakh free online practice sessions in just 55 days”.

The Union minister had launched the National Test Abhyas app on May 20 which provides free mock tests to the candidates who are preparing for JEE and NEET. As the students are unable to attend their coaching classes due to the coronavirus lockdown, this mobile app helps the students to prepare for their examinations. The duration to attempt the questions in the app is of three hours. Aspirants can attempt it anytime during the day to check their preparation as per their convenience.

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