NEET, JEE Main: How NTA’s National Test Abhyas app helps prepare for exams

National Test Abhyas app lets users prepare for NEET and JEE MAIN exams free of cost

NEET, JEE Main: How NTA’s National Test Abhyas app helps prepare for exams NEET, JEE Main: NTA’s National Test Abhyas app lets users prepare for NEET and JEE MAIN exams free of cost
Abhiraj P | Jan 27, 2022 - 8:30 p.m. IST
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NEW DELHI: The National Testing Agency (NTA) designed the National Test Abhyas mobile application to help candidates to prepare for the National Eligibility cum Entrance Test (NEET) and the Joint Entrance Examination (JEE) Main exam. The app was designed to help candidates familiarise themselves with NTA’s computer-based tests.

According to NTA, the National Test Abhyas app provides users with new mock tests every day for NEET and JEE Main exams free of cost. It allows the users to prepare in both Hindi and English. The app can be accessed through a smartphone or tablet. The app also provides real-time results and includes artificial intelligence-driven analytics, providing feedback to users. The solution of the questions provided in the app can also be viewed by the users.

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The National Test Abhyas app was launched on May 20, 2020. So far, more than 10 lakh individuals have downloaded the app from Google Playstore.

NTA National Test Abhyas App: How to prepare for NEET, JEE Main

Candidates can download the NTA app from the Google Play Store on Android phones and from the App Store on iOS devices.

Once downloaded, candidates are required to enter details such as name, email-ID or phone number, and password, and choose the required stream.

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Once registered, users can log in directly to access the resources. According to NTA, users will be able to download the test but to begin the test, they will have to switch their phone to airplane mode. After finishing the test, users can turn off the airplane mode, connect to the internet and submit to view the result and get feedback.


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