EdTech: Top 5 JEE Mains and NEET Preparation Apps

Through EdTech apps, students get Expert Advice on their doubts and special tips & tricks for their exams. Here are some apps that will help for JEE & NEET.

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EdTech: Top 5 JEE Mains and NEET Preparation Apps

Coronavirus has loomed the entire education sector, making students confused and uncertain about the ongoing situation and prospects. With the ongoing pandemic of Covid-19 spreading across the nation, students are one of the most affected sections of society. Students appearing for IIT/JEE and NEET will be taking the exams online. There are advantages to studying online as well. Learning through EdTech platforms will cost students a nominal amount or free of cost. Whereas, learning from coaching classes cost students a lot of money. Through EdTech apps, students also get Expert Advice on their doubts and special tips & tricks for their exams.


Here are some applications, which are helping students to learn online for JEE & NEET-

1. Toppr

Toppr is India’s leading after-school learning app on a mission to make learning personalised. It caters to the individual learning styles of candidates and provides the widest K12 syllabus coverage with thousands of course combinations. The company has seen a 100% growth in paid users month-on-month since February 2020. It has also made over 9000 hours of video classes free.


Also, it currently has over 11 million students on its platform and helps them prepare for various school, board, and competitive exams. It uses natural language processing to solve student doubts instantly. It also uses artificial intelligence, machine learning, and big data to study student behaviour and create adaptive learning paths with infinite combinations. This ensures that every student has a unique and personalised learning experience. And students can prepare for JEE & NEET with expert’s guidance.

2. Goprep

An innovative learning approach with student success at its core, Goprep app assists students in their preparation from end-to-end. Key features include free Live Online Classes and the option to enrol for courses with a structured methodology comprising the day-wise study plan. This allows students to learn from the best teachers in the industry without leaving their homes. Another interesting feature of this app is that students can upload photos for instant doubt-resolution, a convenient and seamless process to obtain clarity and answers.


Students in the K12 segment preparing for either board exams or competitive exams such as JEE and NEET can have access to Goprep’s effective test preparation and robust learning outcomes.

Gradeup, India's largest exam preparation platform, backed by Times Internet ($10 million), helps more than 20 million exam aspirants prepare effectively for competitive examinations like JEE, NEET, GATE, IBPS, SSC, TET, UPSC amongst others. It is India’s only ed-tech platform which has built engaging exam-specific communities of students preparing for competitive exams, enabling students to interact with fellow peers & mentors, ask questions, share updates & much more. Its flagship offering is Gradeup Classroom; a comprehensive exam preparation tool providing Live online courses from some of India's best faculty.

3. Byju's


BYJU'S offers highly personalised and effective learning programs for classes 1 - 12 (K-12), and aspirants of competitive exams like JEE, CAT, IAS etc. Further, with 42 million registered students and 3 million paid subscriptions, BYJU'S has become one of the most preferred education platforms across the globe. They are also providing free classes to students to have a smooth learning experience.

4. Unacademy

In 6 months, over 300,000 students have benefited from over 2,400 online lessons and specialised courses on cracking various competitive examinations, on the platform. With over 2 million views every month, they are touching the lives of people all over the country.


Their success stories include thousands of students who have cracked the toughest of examinations. They have also helped students improve their ability to speak and write better and increase their knowledge. Their vision is to partner with the brightest minds and have courses on every possible topic in multiple languages so the whole world can benefit from these courses.

5. Doubtnut

It is a multilingual instant doubt-clearing app. Doubtnut offers free solutions to maths and science queries to users who send snapshots of their doubts to the platform. The app help students between sixth grade and high-school levels in solving and understanding any questions they might have. Further, it uses machine learning and image recognition to deliver a short video. These display the answer and walks students through the steps to solve it. Also, it currently has over 13 million monthly active users on its platform and offers solutions in 11 regional languages.

(Disclaimer: This listicle is only for informational purposes to help you guide through the JEE and Neet Prep.)

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