How to use the National Test Abhyas App that helps Students Prepare for JEE Mains and NEET Exams; It crossed 10 L downloads

MHRD recently introduced an app named National Test Abhyas to help NEET and JEE Main aspirants prepare for examinations. It was downloaded 10 lakh times.

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National Test Abhyas

MHRD recently introduced an app named National Test Abhyas to help students of NEET and JEE Main 2020 prepare for examinations. This app aimed to help students study from home during the pandemic. Further, it helps JEE Mains and NEET UGC students to prepare for the exams. In a recent development, students have downloaded the app over 10 lakh times.


How does the National Test Abhyas App help in NEET and JEE Mains 2020 Preparations?

Well, for firsts, the National Test Abhyas app takes practice tests and examination papers mode. These are available on smartphones or computers for all students in India. You can even download mock papers and later attempt them on offline mode.

The app will provide a 3-hour question paper JEE Mains 2020 and NEET students. You can complete it, and later evaluate or analyze the time you spent on each section. Further, it also provided detailed solutions to all the answers.


Mock Tests are always helpful. They help you to manage your time, speed and accuracy. It also helps you to know some issues that may make you lose the marks. This way, you can eliminate careless mistakes and check your areas of improvement.

How to Download the National Test Abhyas App?

The official app can be downloaded from the Google Play Store. It works on Android-based smartphones and tablets. Soon, the app will also be available on iOS.

Once students download the app, they will need to sign-up or register with some basic details. This included creating a free account. Later, they have full access to the mock tests (free of cost) for their selected examination. The app aims at helping students identify their exact areas of improvement, right from conceptual errors to careless mistakes.

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