Hyderabad, Andhra Pradesh, India:
-- Exam ECG, an innovative online tool modelled after the ECG, helps students to rapidly identify their weaknesses, structure last minute preparation and improve their scores.
-- Exam ECG could help students prevent up 10 -15% loss of marks in NEET, EAMCET and MT- CET, which could translate in to a better rank.
-- A few days to a month before the NEET, EAMCET and MT-CET is a crucial time for students to simulate their exam performance and take corrective action.
Students appearing for the engineering and medical entrance examinations now have a new way of finding out their weaknesses in preparation and answering technique, just take an Exam ECG. Introduced for the first time in India by Cetpractice.com, the online diagnostic tool evaluates a student’s performance on several important parameters that are thought to limit the scores of even well prepared students.
To score well in NEET and CET, it’s not just enough to study for long hours. Students need to constantly watch out for mark traps and intelligently structure their final revision and answering technique. With several lakh students competing for a few thousand seats, examinations like the EAMCET, NEET, MT CET are highly competitive and every mark matters in securing a good rank.
Exam ECG helps students minimize mark loss and helps to improve scores in a 3 step process. The first step evaluates students in a simulated EAMCET exam, then several sophisticated analyses are carried out and an easy to understand graphical representation of the student’s performance is generated. Areas of concern and potential improvement can be clearly identified allowing the student to work on improving them before the actual exam.
A chapter wise performance analysis helps students identify the chapters where they are losing the most marks and time. This will help students structure their revision in the last few weeks before the entrance examination. Exam ECG is a much needed complement to the subject knowledge that students gain through colleges and tutorials.
“Every student should take an Exam ECG at least once before their exam” says Dr. CK Reddy, a medical graduate, who participated in the field tests of Exam ECG.” The insights that an Exam ECG offers are difficult to obtain otherwise and too precious to miss” he quipped.
Students and parents can have a sneak preview and register for the Exam ECG at www.examecg.cetpractice.com.
About Exam ECG:
Exam ECG is an IT enabled application, built on the basis of over 2 years of research on the best practices for MCQ based exam preparation and answering. It uses multiple software platforms for creating a simulated examination setting, performance analysis and graphical representation. Exam ECG is subject and geography neutral, meaning that it could be used for any multiple choice type examination anywhere in the world. A slightly modified and customized version will be released for educational institutes and online education websites in May 2013. For further information about Exam ECG, please visit http://examecg.cetpractice.com.
Cetpractice.com is a leading online education portal for students appearing for engineering and medical entrance examination. CET Practice is built to work as an effective compliment to the learning a student acquires from his teachers in college and tuitions as well as his self study. Cetpractice.com uses the power of technology to help students plan better, learn faster, retain longer and score higher. The team behind CET Practice comprises of academics with years of experience in preparing students for competitive examinations. They are ably complemented by IT professionals, Engineers and Doctors.
Amita Shah, Cetpractice.com,