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Free online test series for jee mains & advanced

Wednesday, 15 March 2017 | Pioneer

After the announcement of the dates of the 2017 edition of the JEE Main exam which is going to be conducted on April 2, 2017, an online education company, DronStudy founded by a group of IITians in 2010 has come forward to help in fulfilling the dreams of millions of IIT aspirants by offering free online test series for IIT mains and advance exams.

They are offering course material for the IIT-JEE students worth Rs 20,000 to Rs 30,000 absolutely free.

In the IIT-Main exam, students have an option to give the exam via online or offline mode. DronStudy has prepared a unique test series which will give students the exact idea of IIT-Main examination pattern. The look and feel of the test user interface has been made very similar to actual examination.

This will give the students an advantage of not getting into a totally new environment as they would have already experienced it through these mock tests. These mock tests will help them realise the problems they might face in the actual examination and thus they will be able to work out a strategy and be fully prepared for the main exam.

To get the students well prepared, the free online test series has over 120 mock tests having over 10,000 questions to practice.

 
 
 

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