Attention Gate Aspirants! Testbook Is Here to Help You, For Free

A number of IIT alumni and students have started an online portal – www.testbook,com – to help GATE aspirants.

The Graduate Aptitude Tet in Engineering are ongoing and the new online format is the matter of headache for many students. With  an approximate 10 lakh students appearing for GATE, which begun on February 2, many are unsure of their performances as the paper based test pattern has been shifted to computer based online exam.

Keeping this in mind, a number of IIT alumni and students have started an initiative to resolve this problem. www.testbook.com is an online portal, designed similar to the actual exam interface, which gives GATE aspirants an opportunity to prepare themselves both academically and technically by being acquainted with the current pattern and appearing for more than 30 time bound online tests, and overcome the fear of online examination.

Ashutosh Kumar, former IITian from Mumbai is the co-founder of the website. According to him, the site is completely free and covers all the chapters pertaining to a course, All tests have been carefully designed by GATE toppers, keeping in mind the exam pattern. One can appear for full and partial mock tests. There are more than 50 tests in four categories for each course with a bank of 20000+ questions. Detailed solutions have also been provided to brush up and strengthen the concepts.

Graduate Aptitude Test in Engineering (GATE) is an all India examination conducted through the constitution of eight zones (7 IITs and IISc, Bangalore). The score is used for admissions to post-graduate engineering programmes in Indian higher education institutes with financial assistance provided by MHRD and other Government agencies. The score may also used by some Public sector units for employment screening purposes.

A total of 12,00,728 candidates registered for GATE 2013 and 9,84,855 candidates (82.02%) appeared for the exam, of which 1,36,699 (13.88%) qualified GATE 2013. Female candidates comprised 39.75% of the total registrants while male candidates comprised 60.25%. .

The website has quite user-friendly and its test-taking interface is designed to prepare aspirants for online examination by familiarizing them with various tools that will come handy on test day to overcome the fear of online examination and save time.. Time devoted, and accuracy on each question and scores on all tests are compared with all others appearing for the same, and Rank, Percentile etc. are calculated on all tests.

As thousands of GATE aspirants have already registered on the website, a thorough analysis is provided at various stages to track performance by comparing the result with aspirants from all over India and a portfolio is created to assess continuous improvement. Students can also follow one another to compare their preparation and create competitive environment.

Hundreds of students are joining the website daily.

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