The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) Boards are going on and students must be in the mid of writing exams. The Class 10 board examination will begin from March 9 and will continue till April 10, while Class 12 boards will continue till April 29. Although after attending regular classes in school as well as coaching centres, students must have brushed up their preparations, an extra revision never goes in vain. There are times when a student might be travelling and may not be carrying his books. For such situations, there are various mobile apps which have been created to provide easy access to students to revise, practise and go through the syllabus of their preferred subject.
My CBSE guide
From CBSE syllabus, sample papers, text book solutions to chapter-wise important questions and online tests for practising, this app is one of the most popular one for good preparation. Almost all the popular subjects are covered by this app.
Unlimited practice tests
Gamified learning solutions
Thousands of students have already downloaded this app, which contains thousands of pages of educational papers provided by various institutions and teachers from India and abroad.
50,000 plus sample papers
Videos and news
Used by 95 lakh students, the app claims to provide the best study material, homework help, revision notes and sample papers. You can create your own account here and add up your friends to follow up with them.
Question bank of 16 lakh questions and 40 lakh free answers
Solutions for reference books such as RD Sharma, RS Aggarwal, PS Verma, TS Grewal etc
Through this app you can:
Study free course from India’s best and highly qualified teachers
Access questions and solutions for each chapters
Study downloaded chapters on offline mode
ePathshala is a joint initiate of the HRD Ministry and NCERT.
Textbook, audio, video, periodicals etc
Allows you to pinch, select, zoom, bookmark, highlight, share and make notes digitally.
One of the most handy apps, it predicts questions of your upcoming CBSE exams by trawling past papers according to the marking scheme.