The Education industry is growing and changing day by day. The edtech (education + technology) industry is estimated to grow 3.7x in the next five years, from $2.8 Bn (2020) to $10.4 Bn (2025) and edtech services and courses are expected to have an addressable base of 37 Mn-plus paid users by 2025. If you are a teacher or run
Aspirants have you ever crossed over this quote, “Preparation is the key to success”. I am sure you would have. And it is too useful and correct for today’s generation who are preparing themselves for the different entrance exams. So do you guys also agree that the best preparation method helps in scoring the best marks? So today in this
“Believe, Trust, Practice, and Work Hard and achieve your goal”. Isn’t these words sound very simple? But are they simple actually? Right now, you all students would be in the stress and pressure building up from long would have reached its peak. How the exam will be? Will I be able to clear the exam? If I forgot something? What if something sudden Does change happen
So students, all set for JEE Mains - 2020? Have you cleared all subject basics and prepared all notes? I am sure you all are studying and working hard regularly, but the question is how are you analyzing yourself? I think one of the best ways to analyze yourself is attempting as many as possible JEE Mains Mock Tests. Let’s see how. Generally, Mock test is a Practice Exam
Most authors and trainers preach that the academic or professional transformation is like a ‘Magical Wand’ and their one article or book or a session will show you the result. But let me tell you this before you drift away from this article as per the practice of new-age data consumption - “There is no single moment of the transformation.