JEE Main 2023 paper 2 result declared for session 2 BArch, BPlanning at jeemain.nta.nic.in
Anu Parthiban|May 25, 2023
NEW DELHI: The second session of JEE Main 2023 exam is set to be held from April 6 to April 12. The JEE Main 2023 exam will be held for physics, chemistry and mathematics. The National Testing Agency (NTA) is yet to issue the JEE Main admit card. Students can meanwhile practice mock tests and JEE Main previous year question papers. Candidates can also use the facility of e-libraries to accelerate their preparation. JEE Main 2023 April Exam Latest Updates
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Saying that the emergence of e-libraries has revolutionised the way students prepare for entrance exams including JEE Main, CEO and founder of Knimbus Tarun Arora has shared some tips as to how e-libraries facilitate exam preparation.
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Improved access, engagement, and motivation: A strong E-library platform is like a digital knowledge ecosystem allowing students to find, access and share the right information at the right time anytime and on any device.
An ideal e-library platform offers access to a wide range of practice materials, including sample questions, practice tests, videos, courses and study guides on all the topics being covered in an examination. By using these resources, Arora said: “Students can familiarize themselves with the exam format and the types of questions they may encounter on the actual test. This helps to improve their overall exam performance.”
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Enhanced Learning Outcomes: E-libraries offer students the opportunity to access resources that might not be available in traditional physical libraries. This is particularly useful for students preparing for entrance exams for specialized fields or subjects not covered in traditional libraries, he added.
Additionally, e-libraries can improve learning outcomes by providing students with interactive and multimedia resources that engage multiple senses and modes of learning, as noted in a study published in the Journal of Educational Multimedia and Hypermedia.
AI-Backed, Powerful Search Engines: Digital knowledge ecosystems created through e-libraries have powerful search engines that enable students to find information quickly. These search engines allow students to search for specific keywords or phrases and filter their results based on specific criteria, such as date, author, or publication. This saves time for students that they would otherwise spend searching through physical books, trying to find the information they need.
E-libraries also offer personalization features such as bookmarks and tools to help students study more effectively. These tools can help students keep track of important information and make it easier to review the material later.
Personalised Exam Preparation: E-libraries allow students to collaborate with others who are preparing for the same exam. The use of integrated discussion forums or chat rooms where students can ask questions, share resources, and collaborate on study materials are extremely useful in exam preparation, especially for those who may not have access to a study group in their local area. It can provide students with a sense of community and support, which can be crucial when preparing for exams.
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E-libraries also use advanced algorithms to provide adaptive learning experiences for students. This personalized learning experience can help students prepare for exams more effectively and efficiently.
Affordability: Many digital knowledge ecosystems curate and aggregate free or low-cost study materials, which can be particularly helpful for students unable to afford expensive books. Moreover, e-libraries are constantly evolving to meet the needs of students and changing exam curriculums.
To sum up, the CEO and founder said: “e-Libraries can positively influence students' academic achievements and learning by providing access to a vast range of reading material at a reduced cost, improving access to information, boosting engagement and motivation, enhancing academic performance, and improving learning outcomes.”
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