Joint Entrance Exam Mains (JEE Mains) is an engineering exam for which every year around 10 to 11 lakh of student applicants. These students first give JEE Mains and after getting qualifying marks in JEE Mains they can apply for JEE Advanced. Generally, through JEE Mains one can apply for NITs and IIITs all over India. Candidates admired to take admission to IITs then they have to qualify JEE Mains as well as JEE Advanced. Out of 10 lakh students, approx 10,000 students get IITs, and the rest of the students apply to remaining colleges.
In the current scenario, JEE Mains which was supposed to occur in April’s 2nd week is postponed for July’s 3rd and 4th week. But as the Corona cases are rising day by day it is possible that JEE Mains and NEET both get postponed again.
In this duration of Lockdown and Unlock phase 1 students are so much confused that they can’t get what they should do to improve their knowledge and perform better when the exam occurs. So, keeping that confusion and stress in mind, the Indian Government along with NTA (National Testing Agency) with the help of technology launched an app named “National Test Abhyaas”.
We are going to discuss that what type of app actually is this and what are the features it provides to students and how students can get access this app.
National Test Abhyaas App
How to get this app named “National Test Abhyaas”?
As Indian Government has launched this app for welfare of JEE Mains and NEET aspirants so this app is absolutely free and available on Google Play Store. Any student who want this app can download this app for free from Play Store on their smartphone.
How to access “National Test Abhyaas”?
When you download “National Test Abhyaas” from play Store and click on “Start” the Log In page will appear. As you have just downloaded the app you have to “Sing Up” instead on “Log in”.
When you click on “Sing up” this app will ask you some common details, such as Name, email id/ phone number, password, and ask whether you are a NEET aspirant or a JEE Mains aspirant.
After that when you click “Sign Up” it does ask you to input OTP or any other type confirmation. It will directly you bring to the home page. The Home page will have just one option and that is of “Full Syllabus Test”. It shows number of test papers available on this app and how many paper you have given through this app. There are 44 full syllabus test for JEE Mains aspirant and 43 full syllabus test for NEET aspirants.
What features are provided by “National Test Abhyaas”?
“National Test Abhyaas” provides you are 44 full syllabus test for JEE Mains aspirant and 43 full syllabus test for NEET aspirants.
For JEE Mains aspirant there are 44 papers of 180 minutes which consist of 75 questions. For NEET aspirants there are 43 papers of 180 minutes and consist of 180 questions.
Both JEE Mains and NEET aspirants have access to all the 87 test papers. A JEE Mains aspirant can go to the NEET section from their home page. On the top of the page, there is the downward side arrow, and when you click on that a dialog box with three options appears. The options are as such shown below:
One can also select the type of language in which they want to attempt these test papers. There are two languages supported by this app and those are Hindi and English. So it is all up to you which language you want to choose.
Now the big question is:
JEE Mains and NEET postponed again?
So the answer is YES. There is an official announcement from the NTA (National Test Agency) and HRD Ministry about the postponement of JEE Mains and NEET.
Reason for postponement of JEE Mains and NEET :
But there are big chances that JEE Mains and NEET will get postpone because the Corona cases are rising rapidly. Soon Delhi will hit the 1 lakh patients and Maharastra has already crossed 1.5 lakhs patients.
Even parents are requested for postponement of JEE Mains and NEET. Every day thousands of students and parents tweeted to HRD Minister for postponement exams.
JEE Mains and NEET are two biggest exams of engineering and medical respectively. More than 10 lakh applicants are there for JEE Mains and more than 15 lakh for NEET. Organizing exams with such a big number of students is the main problem. As per the guidelines of the government to protect yourself from COVID-19, one should avoid going to crowded places and maintain 3 feet distance with each other. For any exam center, it is very difficult to avoid the crowd and maintaining 3 feet distance.
So, these reasons are enough to justify the JEE Mains and NEET postpone.
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