Melvano, an AI-based learning app, developed by IIT-Madras alumnus has recently launched an online All India Test Series (AITS) for the JEE aspirants.
Students preparing to take the JEE main and advanced exams can easily take the exams for free until May, it said in a statement.
NTA has recently released the new pattern for JEE Main 2021 for all the candidates. Physics, Chemistry, and Math will contain 30 questions in each section. The three subjects are divided into two sections. Section A will have 20 MCQs and section B will have 10 numerical value answers based questions where candidates have to attempt 5 questions. The marking scheme for section A is +4 for the correct answer & -1 for an incorrect answer, whereas for section B each correct answer carries +4 with no negative marking.
Founder & CEO of Melvano, Taran Singh, an IIT Madras alumnus said, “Post COVID, students are completely reliant on online learning. Students and parents alike, now understand the benefit of online learning over traditional coaching that lacks personalization. Melvano believes each student is unique and our coursework is driven by AI adapting for each student. Our crash courses are proven to improve student’s test scores by 41 percent on average."
First Published: IST