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JEE


Quality Study Material Designed by Expert Teachers

  • Revise Concepts with Subject and Chapter Analytics Advantage

  • 600+ Tests for Practice (Concept Test,Chapter Test, Mock Tests)

  • Previous Year Question Paper (2007-2021 JEE Advance, 2013-2021 Mains)

  • 5000+ Flash Cards & Rapid Revision

  • 40K+ Practice MCQ’s based on JEE Main & Advance Exam Pattern

  • Learn from Adaptive Learning, Error Bank and Analytics Report

NEET


NCERT Based Study Material Designed by Expert Faculty

  • Revise Concepts with Subject and Chapter Analytics Advantage

  • 500+ Tests for Practice (Concept Test,Chapter Test, Mock Tests)

  • Previous Year Question Paper(2001-2020)

  • 5000+ Flash Cards & Rapid Revision

  • 60K+ MCQ’s based on NEET Exam Pattern

  • Learn from Adaptive Learning, Error Bank and Analytics Report

OLYMPIADS


High Quality Content fir National & International Level Olympiads

  • Revise Concepts with Subject and Chapter Analytics Advantage

  • 200+ Tests for Practice (KVPY, NSE, IOQM,RMO)

  • Solved Previous Year Question Paper KVPY ( 2011 - 2020) NSE (2011 - 2020) PRMO / IOQM (Last 8 Year) RMO (Last 10 Years)

  • 10K+ Practice Questions for Olympiads

  • Learn from Adaptive Learning, Error Bank and Analytics Report

  • Through Chapter Test Through Chapter Test

Our Courses

JEE


Quality Study Material Designed by Expert Teachers

  • Revise Concepts with Subject and Chapter Analytics Advantage

  • 600+ Tests for Practice (Concept Test,Chapter Test, Mock Tests)

  • Previous Year Question Paper (2007-2021 JEE Advance, 2013-2021 Mains)

  • 5000+ Flash Cards & Rapid Revision

  • 40K+ Practice MCQ’s based on JEE Main & Advance Exam Pattern

  • Learn from Adaptive Learning, Error Bank and Analytics Report

NEET


NCERT Based Study Material Designed by Expert Faculty

  • Revise Concepts with Subject and Chapter Analytics Advantage

  • 500+ Tests for Practice (Concept Test,Chapter Test, Mock Tests)

  • Previous Year Question Paper(2001-2020)

  • 5000+ Flash Cards & Rapid Revision

  • 60K+ MCQ’s based on NEET Exam Pattern

  • Learn from Adaptive Learning, Error Bank and Analytics Report

OLYMPIADS


High Quality Content fir National & International Level Olympiads

  • Revise Concepts with Subject and Chapter Analytics Advantage

  • 200+ Tests for Practice (KVPY, NSE, IOQM,RMO)

  • Solved Previous Year Question Paper KVPY ( 2011 - 2020) NSE (2011 - 2020) PRMO / IOQM (Last 8 Year) RMO (Last 10 Years)

  • 10K+ Practice Questions for Olympiads

  • Learn from Adaptive Learning, Error Bank and Analytics Report

  • Through Chapter Test Through Chapter Test

Our Methodology

REVISE

REVISE

  • Concept

    Revise the Key Concepts From Designed Topic Wise Theory of Chapters to Improve Conceptual Understanding.

  • Chapter Analytics

    Represents Overview of the Last 20 Years Papers from which Students can Find out Frequently Asked Topics in a Chapter.

  • Flash Cards

    Helps in Retention and Recalling of Concepts and Formulas under Pressure and During the Exam Conditions.

PRACTICE

PRACTICE

  • Chapter Tests

    Through Chapter Test, Student can Check for a Specific Responses to a Particular Set of Inputs in the Chapter. Also, it Consists of all Types of MCQs as per Exams Patterns.

  • Previous-years Tests and Mock Tests

    While Previous-years tests are Previous Years Exam Questions along with Analysis, Mock Tests are Experience of a Real Exam Simulation to Excel in Actual Exam.

  • Create Own Tests

    Once The Learner Completes the Syllabus According to the Exam Praxis Curriculum the Student can Prepare Concept wise or Subject wise Customised Tests to Enhance Learning.

LEARN

LEARN

  • Adaptive Learning

    Computer Algorithm to Orchestrate Interaction with the Learner and Deliver Customised Resources and Learning Activities to Address the Unique Need of each Learner.

  • Error Bank

    Stocks all the Errors Committed by the Student at One Place. It is the Single Most Important Tool for Improving the Performance of Students in the Exams.

  • Analytics Reports

    Gives a Clear Picture to Students about Speed, Accuracy, Time Management, and Attempt Strategy so that Students can Review their Progress and Direction of Studies.

Six Strategies for Effective Learning

Spaced Practice

Spacing or spreading out learning opportunities over time improves learning. For example, students will learn and retain more if they study 30 minutes Mon -Fri, rather than for 2.5 hours all on one day. Students should create a schedule with brief study sessions each day and stick to it. Blocking off time works best because it is easy to procrastinate when an exam is not upcoming. It is also beneficial to spread out the topics being studied so that there is a space between the repetition of the same ideas. In class, instructors can repeat the most important concepts in multiple classes; the spaced repetition really helps!

Review (Review section on Exam Praxis platform) information from each chapter. After you review information from the most recent study module, make sure to go back and study important older information by using Bookmarks to keep it fresh.

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Retrieval Practices

Retrieval practice is a strategy in which bringing information into mind enhance and boost learning. Conscious recalling information forces us to pull our subject knowledge out and examine what we know.

Take as many as practice tests on Exam Praxis platform (Concept test, Chapter test, Previous-years test and Practice MCQs)

More recently, researchers have demonstrated that simply test and quizzes improve learning like flashcards, practice problems, Create Own test, etc. also strong tools for improving learning.

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Elaboration

Elaboration involves asking “how” and “why” questions about a specific topic, and then trying to find the answers to those questions. The act of trying to describe and explain how and why things work helps students understand and learn. Students can also explain how the topics relate to their own lives, or take two topics and explain how they are similar and how they are different.

At Exam Praxis platform, you can try Error Bank were you able to find more about the errors you committed which you can reattempt for improve learning from your mistakes.

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Interleaving

Interleaving basically means jumbling up ideas. Students learn more when they can switch between different topics. Doing this helps students learn the similarities and differences between different ideas. For example, in math, students learn more when they solve many different types of problems (easy, medium & difficult) during practice rather than solving the same type over and over. This typically leads to more mistakes during the practice, but the students retain their knowledge much longer in the long-run.

At Exam Praxis platform, you can try different type of segregated questions (easy, medium & difficult) under Practice MCQs.

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Concrete Examples

Instructors often use concrete examples. Concrete information is easier to remember than abstract information, and so concrete examples foster learning. Importantly, research shows that multiple examples of the same idea, especially with different surface details, helps students understand the true idea the example is intending to illustrate. This is because novices tend to remember surface details. Imagine teaching about scarcity and using airline tickets as an example. Students later may remember scarcity was about flying, but not the rest. Using other examples that have nothing to do with tickets (e.g., water during a drought) and making the link between the examples explicit for the students helps them understand the underlying abstract idea.

Exam Praxis Platform helps you bookmark the concrete examples and question you can use and important collection.

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Dual Coding

Dual coding is all about combining verbal representations of information (words) with visual representations of information (pictures/diagrams). When we combine these, it is easier for us to understand the information being presented. Importantly, this is not the same thing as learning styles. While students do have preferences, matching these preferences does not help them learn. Instead, we all learn best when we have multiple representations of the same idea. Importantly, make sure the students have enough time to digest both representations. When students are studying, they should use multiple representations and explain how the different representations show the same idea.

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