Predict questions from your next exam with Examify
| by Rohini Lakshane
Examinations for Class 10 and 12, more commonly known as the ‘boards’, are around a month away and synaptic activity is high. Examify is a new platform for students to take tests for free and hone their skills to crack the next big exam of their lives. Examify, which is currently in beta, predicts questions and patterns for upcoming exams. Predictive algorithms trawl questions from previous years’ examinations and determine the questions and topics that are "trending". So users can choose to view and answer, say, diagram-based questions in the IIT-JEE that were allocated the highest marks or subjective questions for the CBSE Class 10 Geography exam sorted by their difficulty level. The website supports exams for up to Class 12 for the CBSE, ISC, ICSE, IGCSE, SSC and IB. The only competitive exams supported yet are the CLAT and the IIT-JEE. Access to the website is free-of-cost, but users need to request an invitation to register an account.
Dashboard with search and sort fields
Question from the IIT-JEE exam (Chemistry), difficulty rating, timer, popularity rating etc.
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