Mathrubhumi Group, Kerala’s leading media conglomerate, has launched a new e-learning initiative, www.silverbullet.in, that will provide online coaching for engineering and medical entrance exams. The portal will help students crack entrance exams such as JEE Main, NEET, BITSAT, JIPMER, Kerala Engineering, Karnataka CET, etc.
The Silverbullet course content is based on the NCERT format for Plus 1 and Plus 2. The website will, therefore, be of help to students across India, studying under various boards such as CBSE, ISC or state boards. The course content comprises subjectwise lesson summaries, flash cards, equations to memorise, chapterwise practice tests, cumulative and revision test papers, and model exams for JEE Mains, NEET, AIIMS, and Kerala Engineering. The study materials and question papers are developed by experienced academicians.
Students can use the lesson summaries and problem solving samples as many times as they want. They can repeatedly take practice tests to enhance their basic test taking skills such as accuracy and speed. The report card will give them a comprehensive feedback about their performance in test papers and model exams.
The website will also throw up a list of pending tasks. This feedback will help them focus on topics they are weak in. Silverbullet also offers the ‘Ask a Mentor’ option.
Interested students can register on the website. Fee can be paid online or at Mathrubhumi offices.
Four courses would be provided on this website – engineering entrance crash course, medical entrance crash course, engineering plus medical entrance crash course and subjectwise crash course.
A three-day free trial is available for those interested.
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